Cutest little dog is a "breeder reject"

Breeder ‘reject’ is quite possibly the cutest dog ever

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Sassy is tiny and her body may not look like a normal dog, but she might possibly be the cutest little pup that you’ve ever seen. Sassy has many maladies, including severe hip dysplasia and other effects of dwarfism (believed to be the result of irresponsible breeding) but she doesn’t let those problems drag her down.

Sassy (the small wonder) has her own Facebook following – nearly 20,000 of her fans regularly tune in to her popular page just to see what she’s up to, and to catch a glimpse of her adorable face.

Her Dad, Ernesto, adores Sassy and recently told the Dodo that despite her diminutive size, she “knows she’s a big dog,” but she is blissfully unaware that she is anything other than a normal dog.

Sassy’s congenital deformities were expected to greatly shorten her life – but apparently this adorable girl is having too much fun to listen to the professionals and she’s still going strong at five years of age.

Take a peek at this adorable pooch in the video created by The Dodo:

Find Sassy’s Facebook page here.

More news and updates at this link to National Animal News Facebook page – here. 

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5 replies
  1. Solveig Pettersson says:

    What a wonderful Little dog ???????????????? and she has a wonderful dad too! !! Whis you a happy live both of you ????????????????????❤❤❤❤❤❤

  2. Nancy Raymond says:

    Breeder is nothing more than a fancy name for Puppy Mill. They are all responsible for overcrowded shelter, abandoned and unwanted animals. So glad this little gal got a home with someone who loves her the way she is.


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