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IN People ON 03 Jun, 2016
"Sometimes people come in your life and you are not the same person anymore, they either make you or break you", holds true and that's what this dog did with this 5-year-old boy. He chaged his life forever, but in a positive way.
Quaden Bayles a boy from Australia, was diagnosed with achondroplasia, the most common form of dwarfism when he was three and since then he was bullied for his dwarfism. But then, his new best friend changed his life gave him hope to life his life to the fullest. Where a professional counselor could not erase away his emotional trauma, but his adoirable dog has managed to accomplish one work.
Because he has been constantly made fun of in public.
adopted a nine-year-old Shih tzu with achondroplasia to help him realise he isn't alone.
And acted as an instant confidence booster.
to make them realize that he is not that only one with dwarfism.
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