Beauty has nothing to do with physical features. If you turn us inside out, we pretty much all look the same. It’s our internal beauty that matters.
But for people in Lucky’s life, they couldn’t get past what they saw on the outside. And that was a damn shame!
Lucky suffers from a severe facial deformity. He was born in a puppy mill and then surrendered to a shelter. It was hard to find him a home. People just couldn’t get over what they saw when they looked at him.
Lucky was finally adopted but bounced from home to home, each family doing him a terrible disservice.
His first family in Austin kept him outside at all times because he didn’t get along with their cats.
Poor Lucky was tied to a tree. He didn’t have a decent place to sleep nor was he given enough food. He was ignored and neglected. Lucky was never shown the love he deserves.
The family decided to surrender Lucky before they moved. They didn’t even want to take him with them. It was obvious that Lucky was NOT apart of the family 🙁
Lucky was adopted again but it wasn’t long before that family gave up on him too. The poor dog named Lucky wasn’t lucky at all.
Then, a social media post changed everything! A shelter volunteer took Lucky to the groomer.
The volunteer posted pics of a groomed, handsome Lucky and those pics were seen by the perfect person, a friend of the volunteer, named Jamie Hult.
She wanted to meet Lucky right away! Better yet, she wanted to adopt Lucky right away!
“It just happened to be somebody in my dog rescue world, so right away I contacted him and said ‘I want that dog. I don’t even want to foster it, I wanna take that dog,” Jamie told iHeartdogs.
Sadly, Lucky was in rough shape and needed extensive veterinary treatment. He had heartworms and fleas. He was also malnourished.
But Jamie didn’t care. She wanted him and wouldn’t hesitate opening up her wallet… and her heart!
Lucky had a long road ahead of him but with proper medical intervention, he made a full recovery!
And with his new home, new life and new human came a new name… Beaux Tox!
“The reason I named him Beaux Tox is because clearly he looks like he needs botox, and that’s okay. We appreciate beauty in all forms. And the dog bills cost me a fortune which is the reason I don’t have botox!”
Jamie has the exact attitude and outlook Beaux needs! Dontcha think? 😀😁
They’ve been together, happily, for a year now. Beaux is now a healthy boy with a wonderful life. No more days tied to trees, no more lonely nights in shelters, and no more judgments because he looks a little different– Only LOVE for this sweet boy!
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