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midnightsadie

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Posted: 12/05/19 06:52am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

if that rash is whats known as a hot spot? just put malox on it and it,ll clear up. daughter has four labs know some tricks to stay away from a vet bill.

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Scottiemom wrote:

I hope you are able to rescue this girlie. A pox on backyard breeders who breed these babies over and over again without regard to their health.

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She is ours, gone from the breeder and spent her first night with my cousin. She is safe now, and we will get her soon. She has a written schedule from the vet for the skin treatment, which we will take over once we get her.
She will get her bath and groom tomorrow. We are deciding on the style now. So many ways to groom a Yorkie. We prefer shorter as opposed to the hair hanging way down on the floor.
I'll post a pic when I can


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midnightsadie wrote:

if that rash is whats known as a hot spot? just put malox on it and it,ll clear up. daughter has four labs know some tricks to stay away from a vet bill.

Not sure what the rash is. She is in good hands now and will be well taken care of and loved. Doing research shows Yorkies are prone to dry skin. We shall work on it.

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Posted: 12/05/19 10:25am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

A live dog with tartar on it's teeth is better than dog that is destined to death because nobody will adopt him.


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Posted: 12/05/19 10:29am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Awwww, what a cutie!


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What a cutie! Her skin should even out with decent, consistent food. And our rescue vet routinely does dental work while doing a spay/neuter, that really cuts down on the bill.

Thanks for rescuing her!


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DutchmenSport wrote:

If you love the animal, cost of vet bills is no object. Once you've paid the price, the animal becomes even more valuable to you! (no wonder our dogs allow us to sleep in "their" bed!")....

Cost is an object even for my own health care. Nobody lives forever. I promise.

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BobsYourUncle wrote:

Scottiemom wrote:

I hope you are able to rescue this girlie. A pox on backyard breeders who breed these babies over and over again without regard to their health.

Dale

She is ours, gone from the breeder and spent her first night with my cousin. She is safe now, and we will get her soon. She has a written schedule from the vet for the skin treatment, which we will take over once we get her.
She will get her bath and groom tomorrow. We are deciding on the style now. So many ways to groom a Yorkie. We prefer shorter as opposed to the hair hanging way down on the floor.
I'll post a pic when I can


God bless you for rescuing this poor little waif. She will reward your lives many times over because you saved her life.

God bless all rescuers.

Keep us posted on your wee one.

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God bless you for rescuing this poor little waif. She will reward your lives many times over because you saved her life.

God bless all rescuers.

Keep us posted on your wee one.

Dale

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We have her home now, got back from the rescue trip late yesterday afternoon. She is very very shy and reserved, retreats to her little "cave" shelter we bought. We bring her out to sit with us for a while, feeding and outside breaks. She runs back into shelter where she feels safe.

She is soooo good, I can't believe it. I have not heard a sound from her yet, not even a woof. She just sits and stares at us. Kinda sad but we will get her used to us and happy.

It will take a lot of time to bring her out of her shell, but we both have the patience of Job with her and will work as long as it takes.

She is indeed a blessing for us. We are very happy to have her.
It's hard to get good pictures, I have a few, but she won't pose for the camera! Lol!

Can't wait for RV time next year! It's going to be great!

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