This month’s Adoptable Pet for Jaiya’s Animal Rescue.
Name: Buddy, Lilly & Daisy (dogs)
Gender: 1 male and 2 female
Age: 4 months
Health: Deflead, dewormed and vaccinated.
The rescuer found them abandoned in a small booth where security bicycle guards were hanging out (Anfu Lu x Wukang lu). It was locked, small, dark and very cold.
The puppies were taken to the Eagle Valley Clinic and were checked over, and all unfortunately had a fever. There is 1 male and 2 females. The female is going to undergo an operation (lymph node issue) and had an ear infection.
Currently all 3 puppies are at the Eagle Valley clinic with Dr. Stefanie Golz. I am afraid that Buddy and Daisy can’t be there for long time since they are ready to be adopted and clinic is for sick animals, also they some family could enjoy while they are puppies
“Buddy” – has been diagnosed with middle ear infection, which has been treated with antibiotics. Now it’s healed. Dewormed, deflead, vaccinated with first puppy shot. He’s very welcoming, playful and gentle, and is good with other dogs (tried with other dogs at the clinic).
“Daisy” – the same as Buddy, had been diagnosed with Torticollis due to a middle ear infection. She was treated with antibiotics and has healed now. Dewormed, deflead and vaccinated with a first puppy shot. Very welcoming, playful, good with other dogs (tried with other dogs at the clinic).
“Lilly” – has been diagnosed with Lateral Patellar Luxation (knee dislocation). Surgery on one knee was performed on 28 Feb 2012. A post-surgery x-ray taken on 7th March, and her healing abilities are amazing. We resumed slow walking last week. The surgery of the second knee will be done next month(April); we depend on vet Dr. Ly who is coming from Australia once a month and when Lilly’s already operated leg can support the other leg.
Once this is done and healed there are no other issue, except she will need to get x-ray her limbs on a yearly basis. She has finished antibiotics and painkillers. She wants to be very active, but we have restricted walking this week.
JAR is a non-profit small animal rescue group that is committed to protecting and improving the health and welfare of animals through pet health care, education, and the promotion of adoption / foster care as an alternative approach to purchasing animals. We are dedicated to domestic animal population control, promoting pet adoption / fostering and reducing the incidence of abandonment.
Go to http://jargroup.doodlekit.com and http://jarshanghai.wordpress.com to learn more.