We all love puppies because they’re small, sweet and make us smile all the time. Children like cuddling with them since they resemble them their toys, plus they can walk, run, bark and play. That’s why puppies are more often adapted than adult dogs, especially by families with kids.
But what if your would-be four-legged family member has a defect? Would you still like to take it home and give it some love? The only possible answer to this question for the family of the below video is definitely YES! And so they come to a shelter to see their new fur friend and immediately fall in love with Hazel. Yes, that’s her name, and she is a Basset Hound puppy missing her hip joints who lives in a shelter. Or it’s more accurate to say that she lived in a shelter until this day, when these kind ladies welcome her to their family.
Now Hazel has loving owners, a new home, a big green backyard to run over and go crazy, and, what’s more important, love and understanding any living being needs the most.