Meet Chloe and Chewey, a very sweet and adorable bonded pair.
Chloe recently turned 6 years old and weighs about 16 lb. She is a spayed female Maltipoo. Chewy recently had his 5th birthday. He is a pure bred, weighs approximately 8 1/2 lb, and is a neutered male Yorkshire Terrier
Their owner has been going through very difficult times and is unable to provide the time or care the pair need. She decided to make the decision she felt was best for them and relinquished them to FCIA.
Chewy came to our foundation with bilateral patella luxation which is very common for his breed. This is a condition in which the patella, or kneecap, dislocates and moves out of its normal location. It can be very painful if left untreated! The surgeon advised us that surgery would be required. Chewy recently underwent surgery to repair his right knee and is scheduled for surgery to repair his left. He is back to jumping around at the sight of his leash and loving his walks with his best friend.
Chloe came to us completely blind in her right eye due to a cataract. We provided her with cataract surgery a few months ago. Not only has her vision has been restored, but her self-confidence has gone through the roof! Chewy and Chloe are go-with-the-flow best friends. They are happy and content lounging around the house or on any lap that will allow them. Yet they love to play with their squeaky toys and run throughout the yard. They love car rides, are great on their leashes and walk in sync. They are wonderful with other dogs, both have done great with potty training with outside access and walks.
They are great with children, but we will only adopt this pair to families with children 10 and over. Chewy and Chloe are up to date on vaccinations, micro- chipped and both have recently had their teeth cleaned.
If you are interested in this bonded pair, please contact their foster mother, Carrie, at (619) 913-7361 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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