What you see is what you get with Aardvark, a funny, sweet dog who’s just as awful on the inside as he’s on the outside.
The Aardvark was saved as a slapdash on the thoroughfares of Baltimore City by a Good Samaritan in January and transferred to the Maryland SPCA (MDSPCA). The help at the sanctum could not believe their eyes when they spotted a 50-pound canine with a cartoon face and flipper-such paws.
Brittany Roger, a digital expert with the MDSPCA, told The Dodo, “Actually, nothing could take him seriously.” “His appearance and personality inspired a lot of horselaughs.”
The Aardvark was just 8 months old when he was examined by the sanctum’s veterinarians, and his little lower jaw had been with him from birth. “Utmost people believe he was in some kind of accident,” Roger explained. Still, they’re incontinently relieved to learn that he was just born that seductive.
Aardvark’s facial disfigurement never seems to bother him or get in the way of him being a veritably good boy. “Not only does he eat well, but he also likes to bite on effects—however not destructively,” Roger said. “He’s happy and healthy, which makes his goofiness all the more endearing.”
Aardvark’s laidback nature is the only thing nicer than his fascinating aesthetic. The unusual canine just appears to be pleased to be in the presence of people who watch him and love his company.
Roger described him as “a lively, joyous, gregarious little boy.” “We’ve had a lot of fun dressing him up and taking him around since he isn’t bothered by anything.”
Unfortunately, Aardvark has had a delicate time chancing a home. He’s a “one-size-fits-all” canine who’s “so chummy that (he) could come musketeer with a slipup wall,” according to the sanctum, but implicit adopters keep letting him down.
“He’s had many operations, but they keep falling through for one reason or another,” Roger explained. “It’s not his fault, but he’s been dealt a lousy hand.”
Hopefully, Aardvark will find a home soon and be able to give all of his love to someone who recognizes him for the unique canine that he is.