Many puppies get injured at birth. Some of the puppies get handled roughly by the mama dogs that they get hurt. This usually requires human intervention for the puppies to survive.
A tiny Golden Retriever puppy named Rae has since become famous ever since her owners posted photos and videos of her in social media. Everyone fell in love with Rae, and it’s not only because she’s a fluffy puppy, but also because of her unique physical characteristics, which was caused by accident after her birth.
When Rae was born, her mother handled her roughly, trying to clean off the amniotic sack. The rough handling caused Rae’s ear to be torn off, which required surgery. Everyone, including the breeder, was uncertain that Rae would survive.
Rae was very fragile, but fortunately, she did survive her surgery and made a full recovery. However, the breeder who owned Rae decided to surrender her to one of the staff at the animal hospital. For Brianna Voorhees, Rae was a blessing. She didn’t hesitate to adopt little Rae and give her a forever home.
As Rae started to grow up, her left ear began to migrate to the top of her head. Brianna and the veterinary staff suspected that the sutures pulling on the wound and Rae growing up caused her remaining ear to move.
Eventually, Rae’s surgical wound healed, but it left her with an unusual physical characteristic. Her remaining ear is now entirely on top of her head, and Brianna even commented that Rae looked like a fluffy unicorn. A video of Rae was uploaded on a social media website, and Rae became internet famous overnight.
Everyone couldn’t resist that cute, fluffy, and unusual-looking puppy. Besides looking different from other dogs, Rae is entirely normal. She can hear just fine, and she acts very much like a puppy. Rae does need her remaining ear to be continuously monitored for infections.
Rae also helped her new mom, Brianna, go through a tough time in her life. Rae would always be there for Brianna and give her all the love she needs. Here’s an adorable video of Rae, the unicorn puppy, and you’ll see why everyone’s going crazy for this dog.
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