Opal has no rear legs and uses a wheelchair. Needs a home that has the understanding and desire to have a handicapped dog.
This sassy snuggly diva is about 15 pounds. She only has 2 front legs but she doesn’t know it! She has a doggie wheelchair that helps her get around and stay in shape. She wears a diaper as she does have urine and fecal incontinence but does great with her diaper and also has her own fashionable suspenders! This girl is happy with lots of love to give! Not sure how she would do with cats. Children are new to her world but she is friendly with them – due to her medical condition it is best the children are a bit older for her safety.
Rosebud is a gorgeous girl who will make a great companion! She is only 13 weeks old and is 100% crate-trained and will go to the door to let you know she has to go potty! She weighs 20 pounds so she is a little on the larger side.
Rosebud loves her crate. Every night at 8:00 p.m., she will “retire” to her crate to chill. She is currently in a home with 3 other dogs (sometimes 4) as well as a blind 4-month old cat, and gets along with everyone! “Rosie” would be a great addition to a family with kids. She is mild-mannered, not mouthy and she doesn’t nip.
Rudy has Megaesophagus, a combination disorder in which the esophagus (the tube that carries food and liquid between the mouth and stomach) dilates (gets larger) and loses motility (its ability to move food into the stomach). When esophageal motility is decreased or absent, food and liquid accumulate in the esophagus and have difficulty getting into the stomach often resulting in regurgitation.
Rudy’s food needs to be blended in a blender and he needs to use a special Bailey chair to sit up in while eating. Feeding time takes a little extra time for this boy twice a day but it is well worth it. He is a happy curious boy that just loves everyone and everything. Does well in his foster home with other dogs, cats and children.
He is scheduled to be neutered on 3/18/21 and will be ready to go to a new home around 3/25/21. Rudy needs a family that has the time and energy to make sure that that he eats consistently and safely. Medical needs for him may also come down the road so the family would need to make sure that they are financially able to commit to veterinary care for this condition which may be pricey as he would most likely need specialty care.