Despite His Differences Brodie Found A Home And Will Work As A Therapy Dog

Brodie is a loving dog, despite the fact that his beginnings were difficult because his mother assaulted him when he was only 13 days old, disfiguring his face and leaving him half blind. Although he may not have the same appearance as others, he is still lovely, and he is well on his way to being the finest therapy dog.

This dog is currently 1 year old and is quite a Picasso masterpiece. Brodie easily makes everyone’s heart melt thanks to his adorable personality.

He is a mix of the German Shepherd and Border Collie breeds, and was adopted by Amanda Richter and her boyfriend Brad Ames, who have made him feel loved since the first day they made him part of their family.

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The dog had found a family after his mother was attacked, but he was subsequently returned to the MacDonald Kennels rescue group in Alberta, Canada, on the grounds that he was too energetic.

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Thankfully, he has finally met the proper people, who have learnt to love him unconditionally. Brodie’s tale was shared on the internet, and the pair did not hesitate to travel to the shelter right away.

“He’s definitely hyperactive, but he’s very smart. His brain is perfectly fine and he learns tricks in 10 minutes, usually which tells me he’s a smart kid.

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Brodie has more than 160,000 followers on Instagram , where updates on his life are constantly shared. In one of the published photos you can see when it was just a puppy and it is too adorable.

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“We hope to train him to be a therapy dog ​​one day so he can help other people with disabilities.”

Brodie was in desperate need of patience and willingness. He is now being educated to assist others and has proved to be quite intelligent and industrious.

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The story of this little dog has inspired many to adopt and give love to animals that need it, especially those that have special conditions and are often rejected.