After being severely abused, he was left with a crooked face and a desperate need for love and acceptance

Pepo was rescued from Spain by Animal Angels Global after he was discovered as a stray begging for food.They took him in and transported him to the United Kingdom to find him a home, writes ilovemydogsomuch.However, finding him a home proved to be far more difficult than they had anticipated.With a severe underbite that causes her bottom teeth to protrude, a crooked nose, and out-turned feet, Pepo has been rejected numerous times because of his appearance.

He ended up living in a temporary foster home for eight months while they searched for a forever home for Pepo on social media.

When the rescue began posting from Pepo’s point of view, it began to touch people’s hearts and piqued the interest of a woman from Tiverton, England.

“I’ve been looking for a new family for a long time now, and I’m wondering if nobody wants me because of my teeth,” read one post.

He ended up living in a temporary foster home for eight months while they searched for a forever home for Pepo on social media.

Jo Strachan fell in love with Pepo’s unique, sweet face after her sister tagged her in the post.
She filled out an application, and after carefully reviewing it, the rescue determined that Jo’s home was the ideal fit for Pepo!
Jo claims her dog runs like a ‘newborn lamb or foal’ due to carpal valgus on his front legs, which prevents him from properly coordinating his feet.

Jo and her husband Glen were looking for a new dog to keep their dog Bob company after he lost his doggy sibling a few months ago.

X-rays and scans revealed evidence of fractures and broken bones, leading veterinarians to believe Pepo, who is about two years old, was severely abused as a puppy.

Despite his troubled past and odd appearance, Pepo is just like any other dog and enjoys playing and running around in his new backyard

Jo reports that he is also very loving and grateful for everything, and that he even snuggled up to her within hours of her adopting and bringing him home.

“He’s just one of those animals where you wonder, ‘How can he have been so mistreated and still want human companionship and trust?'”
Jo stated to the DailyMail.
“It’s simply incredible.”

Source: ilovemydogsomuch.tv