Do you believe in the saying “small but terrible?” How many times have you heard a great story of a small dog that acts more than big dogs do?
Do you think it is possible for a crippled, one-eyed, and small dog to become a hero? Not in a way that he saves the dying, but in a way that he raises awareness about the other helpless dogs.
Who is Harley and, why he will receive an award?
Harley is a small Chihuahua that is going to receive an award as a dog hero. He is just a small dog that is crippled and one-eyed. His owner has rescued him from a puppy mill.
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Since then, he becomes a spokesdog, raising awareness about the negative side of dog breeding. Because of this, he is going to receive an award for being a hero.
It’s why the American Humane Association chose the little Chihuahua as the winner of its Emerging Hero Award. On September 19, Taylor and Harley will travel to Los Angeles where he’s up against eight other dogs for the Hero Dog Award which recognizes “ordinary dogs doing extraordinary things.”
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