Sometimes dogs come to us with issues that can not be fixed and remain permanent fosters. These dogs remain under the charity care to live out their lives with full rescue support and back up.
Fu has been vet checked and we have his medical history. He has a grade 4/5 heart murmur and mild seizures. He is a happy playful chap and his condition doesn’t stop him from running about playing. At this time he doesn’t need any medication but given his health issues Fu has been placed in permanent foster
Date of birth/age: 8 yrs
Date dog came in to rescue: July 2013
H/L PP: Powder puff
Good with : dogs: ok with other small dogs cats: yes kids: no
How long can the dog be left for: short periods
Any known medical/health issues: no
A little bit about the dog:
Zar has been in Rescue for quite a while now, he has never been socialised and is fearful of strangers. In his time in Rescue Zar has built up a trust within his foster home and is simply adorable. We do however need to find him a permanent foster home. Zar needs a home with no young children, this is based on his history with children, he actually adores my 9 year old. He needs someone experienced that is home most of the time, someone that will continue to work with him after giving him plenty of time to settle in. In a new home, Zar will need to build up that trust again but with time and understanding he is a wonderful little dog.
If you would like to purchase a gift for Zar to help with his care or just send him something nice then his wishlist is here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/registry/wishlist/QWGGBIRY9CHT
Chiffon is 12 years old, she came in because unfortunately her owner passed away. Due to her ongoing health problems she will remain as a lifetime foster in the safe hands of a rescue volunteer
for the rest of her natural life.
If you would like to purchase a gift for Chiffon to help with her care or just send her something nice then her wishlist is here
Date of birth/age ( if known): approx 8 years old
Date dog came in to rescue 23/05/13.
H/L PP: Powder Puff
Good with : people and children.
How long can the dog be left for: a couple of hours
Any known medical/health issues: Addisons disease, a manageable condition, requires 2 tablets daily and quarterly blood tests. Also has a little arthritis and pancreatitis
A little bit about the dog:She is a happy girl just likes a lap to cuddle on. The rescue will monitor her condition and pay the cost of her treatment. Just some of her meds are approx £30 per month and she needs regular blood tests to monitor her condition.