Two dogs with serious facial flaws have become the best of friends…!
This is so cool, they’re so cute, and I’m so glad they have each other and probably some great parents.
Picasso, who is five years old, was born with a crooked nose. Newt, who is one years old, was born without an upper jaw.
Liesl Wilhardt, the 53-year-old author and director of Lovable Dog gese, has given us a glimpse into Picasso and Newt’s unbreakable bond. Both dogs have major facial flaws, but they live happily on 55 acres of land in Oregon, USA.
Liesl liked Picasso in 2017 and liked Newt in 2021, and the two liked each other very much. Picasso, who is five, was born with a crooked nose, while Newt, who is one, lost his upper jaw when his mother smelled him.
Even though their [sc.ars] and Newt’s medical businesses give them trouble every day, they are now very happy.
So glad they can play with each other. ♥️
Newt has had several new experiences, most of which weren’t affected by the fact that he doesn’t have an upper jaw. Picasso and Newt both like people, so when they’re out in public, they’re pretty friendly, look for attention, and like to talk to strangers.
They’ve gotten used to being limited by their bodies and can get almost anything they want. Picasso liked Newt right away because he likes to play and fight and is fun to be around.
As Newt got older, their friendship grew stronger. They are both very loving, happy, smart, and funny dogs. It’s great that these dogs will always be best friends.
God bless and take care of them.
Amen, prayers they will always have a good home together!