When people hear the word “Dalmatian,” one word immediately comes to their minds: spots. That’s right; these cute, playful, smart, and sweet dogs are best admired for having lots of spots all over their bodies. But Dalmatians are more than just eye candies.
Used in the olden days as carriage dogs, Dalmatians can also be trained to become watchdogs. These medium-sized dogs are also great with children, for they are energetic enough to keep up with the kids during playtime. Dalmatians are also an excellent fit for every family since they are loyal and loving beings.
That is why it’s not at all surprising that a lot of people adore Dalmatians enough to want to have one for a pet. And that is precisely what Lexi Smith did; she went and got herself a Dalmatian so she could have a buddy of her own. But what she did not know at the time was that she would be getting a unique little being that would change her life forever.
Love at first sight
In 2018, Smith looked at a litter of Dalmatian puppies from Oklahoma so she could choose one for herself. She immediately fell in love with one that had a unique quality: it had a heart right on its nose. So, on Saint Patrick’s day of that same year, she had the puppy she named Wiley transported all the way to Colorado.
More than meets the eye
But even though Wiley’s eye-catching mark already earns him the adoration of many people, he continues to prove that there is more to him than what meets the eye. A quick visit to his Instagram account with the handle “hi.wiley” will show anyone how great he is. Along with his other best friend Tucker, Wiley goes on car rides, swims, runs into the wild, and just basically makes his furparent’s life a whole lot happier.
Credits to Wiley