Roxie, the Min Pin, is a delightful little dog but we’re still trying to determine the cause of her urinary leakage. When Dr. Joe returns on the 16th, she will be a topic of discussion. Until then, Roxie is having a ball with all the visitors and loves the attention she gets from kids. She is adjusting to a new, much bigger dog but she doesn’t realize she’s only 12 lbs.
Our newest arrival is Chimo. He’s about 5 years old and is a mix of Black Lab and Chow. Chimo is a handsome dog and quite smart. He really enjoys playing with other dogs and gives play bows easily. He came to us with some training but we want to make sure how well he accepts new people and especially kids. More on Chimo as he is evaluated.
A beautiful, fluffy, buff and white tuxedo joined us after his elderly person could no longer care for him. Rodney has been well cared for his entire life and has always been an indoor cat. Even though he’s 10, Rodney is playful and enjoys interacting with anyone visiting him.
Two cats in the second cat room have gone to a home together. Jack (black and white tuxedo) and Aria (all black) now keep a mature woman company and her daughters report they are the perfect cats. Aria will curl up next to her person while she reads and Jack lounges at her feet. The cats seem totally devoted to their new family members. Aria also keeps a conversation going with her sweet mews. Such a great match for two wonderful cats.
A former resident is back with us due to bad potty habits. So far, Molly is fine in her mini cat room but she’s lost a significant amount of weight. She’s a very shy cat but will come out of her favorite bed for pets. Molly is definitely a candidate for a visit with Dr. Joe.
Photo courtesy of Gabriel Jacobs.