I am already spayed, purebred, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Sweet little Miss Bridget is having such a tough time finding a home. She came to PAWS as a baby puppy with her Mom. They were found as strays, and the kind people who found them couldn't keep them. We had them spayed right away and got them ready for adoption. A wonderful family found Mom on our website, and she was adopted quickly.
When Bridget was spayed, the vet said that she had very large ureters, but we all hoped that wouldn't make any difference, and she could go to her forever home without a problem. However, we then discovered that she was incontinent and was dribbling in her cage and also when she was out of her cage. We talked to our vet, and it appears this may be a problem for the rest of her life. Also her rear end doesn't seem to be developing as quickly as her front end. It doesn't affect her gait, and she walks and runs just fine---it is just smaller proportionately than her front end.
Little Bridget was 12 weeks old when she came to PAWS on 9-01-13. She is a purebred Welsh Pembroke Corgi and is really a sweet little girl. If you are interested her, one possibility might be to use doggy diapers on her. We really prefer that she be kept indoors unless you have a heated/air conditioned building and another canine companion to keep her company.
She has been spayed, micro-chipped, dewormed, and current on her routine shots except for a rabies shot which a vet will have to give. Come meet this little lady. She really is a sweetheart.