Arrow the dog had a horrible and horrific beginning to life, despite the fact that he is now as happy as his videos and photographs show. In his terrible state, anyone who had seen him as a puppy would have predicted his demise.
He never imagined, however, that fate would assign him true angels as parents, who would cherish him despite his shocking disfigurements.
When the animal rescue organization PMM Rescue Inc. first took in Arrow as a newborn, he was in a horrible state. There, doctors discovered that a horrific dog attack he had had had left his jaw terribly fractured. Unfortunately, it was too late to preserve his right lower jaw.
It was so necrotic and sick that it smelled like a rotting corpse. The only option, then, was to take the dead bone out. The vets had no choice but to totally amputate the lower right half of the jaw and only partially amputate the upper right side.
Dr. Sidhu of Bakersfield, California, was the hero who spent hours completing the difficult and time-consuming operation on Arrow. He was determined to care for the little dog and save Arrow’s life before he left.
His youthful face was permanently scarred by the assault, but his disposition, which has always been positive and upbeat, remains untouched.
A lovely film that made his story famous reveals his terrible origins as well as the tremendous warrior and creature of light he has become as a result of the unceasing outpouring of love.
Arrow likes making the biggest messes while eating, playing baseball, learning new abilities, and drinking water. Despite the fact that he would rather hug, give slobbery kisses, snooze, sleep a bit longer in the morning, and go on walks with his parents in the evening.
Despite any physical limitations or defects, his family embraces him just as he is. Because even at the age of two, Arrow still has a puppy’s spirit. As he is aware that he is the most adored member of the family, he has always been jovial and animated throughout the day. He likes it as a consequence and “does what he wants.”
Despite the fact that his family is accustomed to chasing after him around the house, cleaning up his messes after him, and collecting the many kibbles that flow from his crooked mouth when he eats, his owner wouldn’t trade him for anything.
The story of this strange dog indisputably demonstrates that a person’s or a puppy’s intrinsic value has nothing to do with how they appear on the outside. Nothing could be more true than the Little Prince’s famous adage, “What is vital is invisible to the sight.”