‼️ Looking for a foster home for Muttley ‼️
We are looking for a temporary/foster home for Muttley. Just over a year old, 10.5kg, very loving and affectionate.
Muttley has been here almost a month and then out of the blue at the weekend he had a seizure 😢 It could have been a reaction to the worming tablet he had two days prior, it could have been low blood sugar as they were fed later than normal. For now we are considering epilepsy and he would be better off in an environment where he can be monitored all the time.
We need someone who works from home, someone who can monitor him and not be afraid to act quickly if he has another one. This involves squirting a rectal tube of Diazepam up his butt. If it is epilepsy we can easily manage it with daily medication.
If you think you fit our criteria, please send us a message or email. We will provide you with everything he needs. Thank you 🙏
HAPPY TAILS: 24. 9. 2022
Happy Tails to Muttley who found his forever home with Monika and her boyfriend 🐾❤️🐾
Our little Muttley has been through a lot in his young life. Rescued from the street, he ended up in a large animal shelter and from there he was lucky enough to start his journey to us to Kadlin. When he came to us we thought it would be very easy to find a home for him. This little young lad was friendly, always happy, great with other dogs and loved people dearly. He was even the right small size that most people prefer for adoption. Apart from a little separation anxiety this boy was simply perfect. As the saying goes, all that glitters is not gold!! One day out of the blue Muttley fell to the ground and started cramping and shaking, we immediately realized it was a seizure. With an illness in the books, it’s suddenly not so easy anymore to find a home, no matter how perfect the dog seems to be. Most people are reluctant to adopt a dog with a medical condition, even if it’s “just” epilepsy, which these days can be controlled well with medication.
“Most people” certainly doesn’t apply to Monika and her boyfriend, they both fell in love with Muttley immediately and even the epilepsy diagnosis couldn’t stop them from giving Muttley a forever home❤️Since the two have already adopted an older dog from another animal shelter and Muttley was suffering from very intense seizures, we decided that Muttley should go to Monika and her boyfriend as a permanent foster. Muttley is their dog, but should a medical emergency arise we will cover the bills.
Monika says:” Muttley is a really good dog. He plays with our dog and cat and he likes all the toys. He is really energetic like a puppy, he is jumping and playing all the time. He is perfectly house trained and he started to listen even outside. We are happy that we can provide him a new home!”
Have a wonderful life sweet boy, you lucky little dog ❤️