Picasso, a five-year-old dog, was born with a crooked nose, while Newt, a one-year-old dog, was born with no upper jaw after being bitten by his mother as a puppy.
Two dogs with significant facial abnormalities have an unbreakable bond.
Liesl Wilhardt, 53, founder and director of Lovable Dog Rescue, detailed Picasso and Newt’s close relationship.
Despite the fact that both dogs have serious facial defects, they live happily on 55 acres of land in Oregon, USA.
Liesl took Picasso in 2017 after his brother died unexpectedly, and then Newt in 2021, and the two became inseparable almost immediately.
Picasso, who is now five, was born with a crooked nose, and Newt, who was one at the time, was left with no upper jaw after his mother bit him.
Despite the daily difficulties they face as a result of their deformities and Newt’s medical issues, the couple now leads a very happy life.
We see their bond through a series of clips depicting their daily routines, such as feeding, playing, strolling, and harvesting berries.
“It’s a miracle Picasso lived as a newborn,” Liesl observed, “since he would have fought to nurse from his mother.”
Newt has faced a number of other difficulties, the most of them are unconnected to his missing top jaw.
Picasso and Newt both like meeting and greeting people, therefore they are gregarious and seek attention in public. Most people instantly conduct a second take and then glance at the dogs, hoping to figure out what they’re watching.
“They’re not in anguish; they’ve learned to live with their physical restrictions and can achieve nearly everything they wish.”
“From the beginning, Picasso adores Newt as he likes playing and wrestling and is such a sweetie.
“Our friendship became stronger as Newt grew older.”
“I adore Picasso and Newt; they are both adorably friendly, cheerful, intelligent, and entertaining dogs.”