He’s settled into his foster and seems to be very happy indeed, he was clearly struggling and sad at first. No surprise since he lost his home and family overnight. He’s a little treasure and adores people company and as much as he can get.
He’s a real charmer and is irresistible to small dog lovers.
We had to take him for a heart scan which was way overdue and he desperately needs dental. Now on meds for his heart and in a month we can hopefully do his dental and get those wobbly teeth out.
He’ll still be a loyal, cute bff with or without a full set of teeth.
Kirsten’s Zoo is always in need of donations and foster homes to help our dogs. Every dog in our care requires food and a foster until homed. Plus, health check, desex, vaccinations, de-flea, worming, Heartgard & microchip. Some of our older dogs need ongoing medication and more frequent vet visits.
You can help a dog by sponsoring for $220 a month. Please consider a onetime, monthly or annual donation. Click here on how to sponsor or donate.