Dog With Missing Part Of His Face Left To Die By Owners, Gets New Life After Surgery

In 2015, in Huntsville, Bjarni (Norse for ‘bear’) was managed living on the streets. Bjarni only had half of a nose, that's what an animal control officer recognized when he saw him, he was contract and taken to the refuge. Bjarni wasn’t actually a lost, he had a family.

Your dog was at the shelter, the family was announced, however they said they didn’t want him. How sorrowful. The family rejected to take him back and took one look at him, by all reports. Anne Graber is the promoter of St. Francis’ Angels, which is an animal rescue organization located in Texas.

To make Bjarni at rest and happy, Anne said she was willing to do what it took, Bjarni had some problem breathing and eating, as you might expect. However, he is a smooth dog in every other relation and loves people.

Bjarni had facial injuries, it is supposed that may have caused because he had been in several dog attacks, he also had on his body a lot of scars and bites, Anne was able to communicate with Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists to help, and Bjarni’s nose is going to be fixed by Dr. Jason Balara! Bjarni’s face was realigned during the reconstructive surgery, so he can breathe and eat, Bjarni has had his surgery and is perfectly regain .

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