The entire family immediately fell in love with Opal, including Opal's new little brother, who begged his mother to keep her.
Not everyone will feel the same way, especially if they have limited space and money. As dog owners, it is our job to meet their requirements and provide them with the best life possible.
Some people find this difficult to achieve with just one dog. However, if you have room for more than one, you will undoubtedly need a friend for your favorite dog.
Discover Brianna pittie rescued by Wags and Walks.
I went to the shelter to see how the poor puppy was doing. Opal, the rescued little boy with many injuries, including a broken jaw, was there. Her tongue was exposed from the side because it was crooked and large.
Brianna never hesitated. I asked the shelter if they could foster and adopt her. Opal got a temporary place to stay after several veterinary checkups and making sure her ailments were fixed.
Despite her jaws being wired and having to wear a muzzle, Brianna felt Opal's enthusiasm and affection for her family. She eagerly meets them, showering them with hugs and kisses.
Opal's fate was unknown to the shelter. However, based on her injuries, Brianna concludes that Opal was most likely a stray dog that was hit by a car. I was relieved that Wags and Walks had rescued the dog and given him a second chance.
That's when Opal met Pitbull Brianna, Duke.
Opal was still recovering from her injuries, so the two dogs were put up against the wall. However, it was evident that they were both delighted to meet each other. Their tails were wagging, and they constantly "talked" to each other at the fence.
When Opal was imprisoned, the two groaned and wailed. Brianna knew she had to let them play together one day and that she would have to wait.
Fortunately for the two friends, the wait wasn't long.
Brianna eventually dislodges and dismantles the barrier separating Opal and Duke. She was worried about her injuries, but Duke showed that he would be careful with the priceless Opal. And boy, did you back it up!
They spent time cuddling or playing with each other. The only disappointment was that Opal could watch Duke play and bite toys but couldn't because of her muzzle. Duke most likely felt that way, and was constantly trying to bite her off Opal's jaws. Of course, Brianna was punishing him.
Brianna got permission from the vet to remove the muzzle after five months.
Opal and Duke rush to play and play as soon as they get home! They witnessed Opal's actual personality - a fun-loving, energetic, and silly puppy who enjoys playing. Of course, with Duke by her side.
Realizing that Opal had turned into "Puppy Duke", Brianna didn't want to take her away from him.
For Betty White's birthday, they chose to adopt Opal!