Gypsie 17 months old Siamese Mix Older kids/Mellow Dogs
Gypsie is a beautiful and sweet, Siamese mix cat. She gets long with all of my dogs and is very neat and clean. She loves to lay close to me and will lay on me to bond. She has made such a beautiful transformation in the amount of time she has been with me. She uses her litter box that I keep in a small crate for her privacy (and to keep my doggos out of it) Gypsie is on the smaller side weighing about 9 pounds. She has her shots and is completely healthy. She is not allowed outdoors and I take great precaution to make sure she doesn't sneak out. I require the same from a forever home for her safety. Gypsie is spayed, micro chipped and up to date on shots.
Honey Dew 7 months old German Shepherd/Labrador Dog friendly/Good w/respectful children SPECIAL NEEDS/MEGA ESOPHAGUS Honey Dew is a special need puppy and will require more care than another puppy.
Megaesophagus is a food regurgitation condition involving an enlarged esophagus in dogs. Dogs that have Mega esophagus have a hard time swallowing, meaning that water and food can’t correctly travel to the tummy.
Dogs with MegaE must be fed upright (like a baby) and kept upright for 30 minutes to allow food to enter the stomach, dogs with this condition live long and happy lives.
Honey Dew, is a 5 month old Labrador and German Shepherd female. She is already potty trained and crate trained, knows sit, stay and loves toys. She loves attention and gets a lot of it because she is so loving and adorable. She loves other dogs, very friendly with new people she meets, does ok in the car, gets along with her foster sibling which is a cat.
Honey Dew would do best with someone who works from home and can feed her upright 4-5 times a day for 45 minutes. She eats her kibble mixed with wet puppy food and bone broth, rolled into meatballs and fed upright as well as Knox Blox (gelatin mixed with bone broth or pedialyte for hydration) water can be dangerous for mega esophagus dogs.
I do not know if she will grow out of this, many people keep asking but I cannot predict and her condition is inoperable by diagnosis of 2 vets.
She is an amazing dog and worth the extra care, 10000%!
Harlow Bull Terrier/Staffordshire Bull Terrier 4 Years Old Older Kids Only/Only Dog Home Breed Experienced with other dog in home if qualified
Harlow is 4 years old and spent 18 months of it in the shelter. She is AMAZING!! She's been in her foster home for 9 months now and enjoys her pack walks, hikes and is a very good listener. We don't know much about these rescue dog's past lives but we know we can change their future. Harlow actively works with a behaviorist to ensure a healthy well balanced being in every way. The ultimate home for her would have no small kids, patient but strong and calm role models, and her be the only fur baby in the home. Harlow loves to go in the car for rides, she tolerates water, loves to play with her toys and mostly, she loves being with her person, whether it's watching her favorite tv shows or sleeping next to you, she's happy either way. Harlow is healthy, chipped, spayed, house trained and crate trained.