Rescue Takes In Breeder ‘Reject’ And His Beloved Brother

An adorable dog, with a crooked smile, is homeless after being rejected by his former “backyard breeder” owner. The Eugene, Oregon, based rescue group, Luvable Dog Rescue, is hoping that one person will find it in their heart to take in the unique pup, along with his brother, who also is in the group’s care.

The bonded dogs, Pablo and Picasso, were taken to an animal shelter when their owner failed to sell them. The rescue group explained how the two dogs wound up being homeless, “Pablo and Picasso are the result of a backyard breeder in CA. All of the puppies (including Pablo) were sold but Picasso could not be sold due to his facial abnormality he was born with so he was dumped at the shelter. The family that purchased Pablo dumped him at the same shelter soon after-which seemingly was fate because these two are bonded!!”

According to the rescue agency, Picasso (the crooked smile dog) is more outgoing than his brother, who is described as being more “shy” and introverted. Before being adopted out, Picasso will be having some of his teeth extracted (due to complications from his abnormal jaw).

Interested in opening your home to these beautiful (and bonded) dogs? Please email   Adoptions@Luvabledogrescue.org for an application.

Website for Luvable Dog Rescue at this link.

Facebook page for the rescue group here.

(Photos via Luvable Dog Rescue/ Kelly Anne Beal)

Penny Eims

Penny is a freelance writer who provided content to her National Dog News column at Examiner.com for 8 years. She is a current contributor to Fido Friendly Magazine, as well as a newly formed website, Pet Rescue Report. Penny is married and she has two rescued German shepherds and two kids.

5 comments

  1. Dolly Sheppard says:

    I wish they were closer cause I would go grab them right up and love them. I also hope the reject, backyard breeder gets what they deserve. I get so sad and cry when I see all the furbabies who need homes while so many are still breeding for the money.

  2. Elaine says:

    Good luck to Pablo and Picasso. I really wish I had the space and resources to go get them . I live in a tiny house and live in SW Louisiana. I will stay connected to monitor these beautiful boys.

  3. maylen says:

    They are still beautiful

  4. Lynne Reese says:

    So adorable. Both are as cute as can be. I would adopt both and have them vetted. Have shared this with one of my exceptional animal lovers in California

  5. Lucas de Resende Ferreira says:

    Save this dog please.

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