No matter how difficult life is, we should face it strongly, stay optimistic, and love life to enjoy other good things in this world. And the story below is a very clear proof of that strong spirit. The little German shepherd dog, despite suffering from a serious illness, is always happy to face everything, never showing depression or sadness about his fate.
Ranger is a German shepherd dog with a rather small and cute body, adopted by a very loving family that loves animals. They take great care of Ranger, and treat him like a family member. The dog feels extremely lucky to have the opportunity to live with these kind people, who have given Ranger a very full life both physically and mentally. For the past 2 years, the dog is still developing normally, just a little slower than his peers. But perhaps there is nothing to worry about, so the family does not pay much attention to this problem. They think that maybe because Ranger is a hybrid, the growth rate will be slower than normal or maybe because there are parasites on Ranger’s body that have slowed down his development. However, it is still growing, becoming more and more cute with long, silky hair. He takes great pride in his well-groomed coat. Anyone who meets Ranger is extremely impressed with his alert, lively and cute appearance, everyone loves this small shepherd dog.
But it wasn’t until Ranger’s 2nd birthday that the family noticed something unusual about his body. Ranger is a lot smaller than German Shepherds of his age, and he seems to have stopped growing altogether. Despite being 2 years old, Ranger’s body weighs only 15 pounds. The family was extremely concerned about Ranger’s growth retardation and soon after, they took him to the vet for a checkup. After a thorough examination, the doctor confirmed that Ranger had dwarfism syndrome. Despite the psychological preparation, everyone was still extremely afraid of this diagnosis, but the doctor reassured the whole family that if Ranger could be properly cared for and taken enough medication, the dog would probably die. cured of this disease. So people don’t need to be too scared, just give more special attention to Ranger. This can give the dog more motivation to treat this disease quickly and effectively.
Although the disease keeps Ranger “stuck” in the form of a “dwarf dog” which looks cute, there are some side effects that come with this condition such as hair loss and skin peeling. In the past, Rager loved his shiny coat very much, he always took care of it and took care of it little by little, but now the “dwarf” disease has lost his most pride. . However, that did not discourage Ranger, he always tried to treat the disease according to the doctor’s instructions. Despite its small size, Ranger is like having a giant heart containing courage, strength, optimism, joy and love. He still tries to help people with odd jobs in the family with the desire to contribute a small part of his efforts to help the family. Ranger does not want himself to be a burden to everyone, does not want people to worry much about his illness. What a smart, delicate and loving dog.
Despite his small body, Ranger also knows how to use his physical features to do what he wants. The house Ranger lives in is surrounded by a wooden fence, but with his small body, he can freely go in and out of the fence to meet his friends without any difficulty. Going through the narrow crevices for Ranger is not a problem because the body is only 15 pounds. Ranger is still playing as usual, the illness does not affect his current health but only stops Ranger from growing. It is because of the dedicated care of family members, the dog has loving owners and ensures that the treatment of Ranger’s illness will be carried out quickly and effectively. Currently, Ranger’s health is under control and there are good changes. The doctor said that with the current recovery situation, Ranger will soon recover from the disease. Upon learning of this, everyone was overjoyed because their efforts and Ranger were rewarded.
Ranger is an extremely cute and energetic German Shepherd. Even though he has a “dwarf” disease, he still tries his best to treat it and keep his normal life like before without panic or despair. Ranger is also very lucky to meet owners who love him very much, are always there to take care of him when he is in trouble and they are like a great source of motivation to help Ranger overcome all obstacles in life.