This video story posted by Cuddle Buddies on YouTube shares the adoption story of a dwarf horse who was going to be put down when a woman named Faith stepped in and welcomed him into her family with open arms.
Peabody the miniature horse is a unique and
special animal. At just six weeks old and weighing only 19 pounds, Peabody is the smallest horse in the world for his age. Unlike most horses, Peabody Iives indoors with his three canine best friends, as his small size makes it difficult for him to live outside. Peabody’s life took a drastic turn for the better when he was adopted by Faith Smith, a miniature horse trainer from San Diego, California. His previous owners were advised by a vet to have Peabody euthanized as he was unable to nurse from his mother, but Smith saw potential in the tiny horse and decided to give him a chance.
Despite the fact that Peabody’s jaw was out of line, he couldn’t walk, and his original owners thought he was deaf and blind, Smith knew that he deserveda chance at life. After driving across the country to adopt Peabody, Smith has watched the mini horse grow and adjust to his new home. Peabody’s head has grown, his jaw has aligned, and he has learned to walk and see perfectly fine. Despite being deaf, Peabody has adjusted wel to his new environment, and has even made friends with Smith’s french bulldogs. When Smith first brought Peabody into her home, the young mini horse was nervous around her three french bulldogs.
However, as time went by, Peabody became more comfortable and started to let his guard down. Now that he knows where his next meal is coming from, he is starting to play with the dogs more, and has formed a close bond with them. Smith’s next goal for Peabody is to get him potty trained. To achieve this, she has set up a little section in the house with dog pee pads and is working to train Peabody to go there. Potty training can be a challenging task for any animal, but Smith is confident that Peabody will learn with time and patience.
In conclusion, Peabody’s story is a testament to the resilience and adaptability of animals. It shows how even the smallest of creatures can make a big impact on our lives, and how with the right care and attention, they can overcome physical challenges and live a happy and fulfilling life. Peabody’s unique living situation and bond with his canine friends is a reminder that love knows no boundaries and that animals of all shapes and sizes can form strong and
To see little Peabody enjoy his life with his loving family, watch the full video shared by Cuddle Buddies on YouTube.
Like many dwarf miniature horses, Peabody continuously faced many health problems. Though he was full of life and running all around Faith’s house.
At just four months old, sweet Peabody sadly passed away from liver failure. His caring owners and vets did everything they could for him, but sadly there was nothing that could be done to save him.