Everyone wants a pet that perfectly fine, healthy, cute ad adorable, so what happens to those who are born with disabilities or get some kind of health complications later in life.
Most of them are abandoned or they lead a neglected life. Halo was born blind and she spent eleven years of her life without a family, sad and abandoned.
Luckily for her Ketchikan Humane Society’s network managed to get Halo a home and she will now have a loving family, plenty of warm cuddles, soft bed and lots of love.
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Karen Owings was touched by Halo’s story and she soon decided to give the dog a new life that she deserved. The family already has a pug and now the two pet dogs enjoy a great time together.
But, Moore says, Halo quickly adapted to living indoors, and despite her blindness, figured out how to navigate the house.
“She would actually count her steps, and she knew exactly where the master
bedroom was,” she said. “She would count her steps and then make her
little turn, and into the bedroom she’d go. Kind of like a little pony
that would pull her feet all the way up and she’d use those as her
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