Common Conditions

Common Conditions

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Dogs are a source of joy for many dog owners. But if one day your furry friends are not as lively or energetic as usual, you need to pay attention, especially when they are reaching an older age. It's important for a dog parent to notice the signs of some dog common conditions and bring the pups to the vet immediately. Some illnesses can be treated effectively if pet owners recognize the symptoms early.
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Hello ! This Is Tuesday!

Hello Everyone! My name it Tuesday. If you think my name is cute. Please check out my shelter friend named Wednesday who is also on our website! I am a 1 year old female mini border collie / heeler mix. I am 17 lbs. My foster mom says I can put on some weight since I am so skinny. What do you expect?! I came REALLY scared from the shelter before coming to my comfy foster home now. However, I'm still looking for my permanent place to crash. Can it be yours? This is what my foster mom has to say about me : Tuesday is as docile as a sweet dog can get. She walks well on the leash when she is familiar with her surrounding but is not very keen to walk very fast if introduced to a new place. She will look to her human to reassure her with an encouraging voice. She is almost fully house broken. I will say we're at a 90% success rate. I believe with a solid routine she will understand that going outside is not just play time. It's also potty time. If you love a cuddly needy dog. Tuesday is the one for you. She does well on car rides as long as you show her she isn't just going somewhere scary (shelter, vet) I think she was afraid of car rides when I first got her because she only had poor experiences. Now she has gained her confidence and will willingly go into her crate in my car as she knows we're either going home or going off to the office. She may not be winning fetch awards (mainly because I think she just doesn't know how and doesn't know what to do with toys) She will definitely win your heart over with her snuggling skills and those huge doll eyes. She sleeps quietly on her bed in her crate at night and has learned that is her safe hang out place. She is with me most of the day as I bring her to my office and she willingly puts herself to sleep in a crate at my office (with the door open). As long as she can see you she doesn't have a problem quietly hanging. She is quite the smart cookie. If your daytime routine consists of long morning walks while coming home for a night of snacking, snuggling and romantic comedies. She will be very happy to hang and do all of those with you as she does with me. She will need to gain some confidence as she is quite shy and unsure of herself. But I think with some time and lots of love she will flourish beautifully. She may be your perfect girl. Tuesday's adoption fee of $350 includes vet exam, age appropriate vaccinations up to the point of adoption, fecal test, wormer, spay and microchip. A secure privacy fenced yard, no pool and children over 5 years are required for her safety. If you live in the Austin, TX area and are interested in adopting, please fill out our rescue's application: http://forgottenfriendstx.org/adoption-application/ Adoption decisions are based on the best overall match and not done on a first-come-first-serve basis. Thank you for your interest!
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