Boy born with birth defect finds his perfect match
A Michigan boy, who was born with a cleft lip, adopted a puppy with a cleft lip at an animal shelter.
Pierre Happiness. At the Jackson County animal shelter on Friday, two year old Bentley Boyars got to bring his new puppy home. Last week, Bentley's dad, Brandon, came to the animal shelter toe look at two chickens he was thinking to adopt when a pooch caught his eye, A puppy with a cleft lip he faced him. He has, I think, doesn't have a club flip, and I said, Get her, we need her. Bentley was born with a cleft lip, his mom said. He had a tough start in life, where it was a struggle to get him to eat. We had sit him up and feed him and hold his look together in order for him to eat. So it was a process. Since Day one, he's been a happy baby, Ashley says. His cleft lip doesn't make him any different. The family feels finding the puppy will show Bentley he isn't alone. To see him have something in common with the puppy means a lot because he congrats and understand that him and his puppy of both had something that they can share in common. The animal shelter says they don't normally see puppies with cleft palates before her adoption. They had her for a week and don't see that she will have any problems in the future. Her disability is really not holding her back As she grows. They'll be able to Seymour if there's anything changing that has to do that. But she's really doing well. She might look a little bit different than a normal dog would, but is not slowing her down it all. At just two months in two years, the in perfect super duo find a perfect match.