It was the vet who finally put a name to Ranger’s condition: pituitary dwarfism. Pituitary dwarfism is a genetic disease that causes growth retardation. It’s very rare.

Only time proves that this theory is correct. The guard is two now. Two-year-old German Shepherds are not young. Since its size remains the same, Ranger owners are now almost positive and that is what is happening.

This defect was likely caused by Ranger’s parents. Shelby told the Mirror that Ranger and her siblings were the first litter to come from these two dogs. “A responsible breeder will never breed the two dogs together again.”

Ranger suffered from many health problems. He had scaly skin, excessive shedding, giardiasis and neck inflammation. He has to take special medicine to help produce the thyroid gland.

Fortunately, Ringer received the proper treatment. He is now happy and healthy. He loves to play and is living his best life. He even has an Instagram page!

Will the Ranger be a puppy forever? Only time will prove it. This condition is very rare, after all. But he is happy and lives in a good house. In the end, that’s what really matters.

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