Mia and Zeus's owner died and a neighbor/friend is taking to take care of them. Mia suffers from some kind of kidney disease. Zeus has not been properly socialized. They are only being fed table scrapes by the people living in the owners home. The neighbor/caregiver takes food to them as she can but now is having a hard time continuing their care.
Bio: Zeus and Mia. She is the blonde one with a floppy ear. They are both around 5 years old. Mia would easily adjust to be an inside dog but Zeus will need additional patience to adjust. Neither can be around cats and small animals and they have never been around children. Mia is spayed and needs a special low protein diet because of her kidneys. Mia is a love bug and thrives on attention. Zeus has not been neutered. He is very shy of people. It takes him a very long time to trust but he is a great big beautiful boy. He needs someone who will be super patient with him and give him lots of love and time to adjust. Mia on the other hand loves everyone especially if you have a treat for her. They are both up to date on their vaccines and are micro chipped. They have been on Trifexsis for flea and heartworm control until 3 months ago. Their owner recently passed away and until six months ago had lived in only one spot. So in the last 9 months they have had the upheaval of a move and the loss of their only owner. Their neighbor is the only one left that Zeus trusts and will allow to get really close to but she doesn’t don’t have room or she would keep them. They are not a bonded pair but are very close. Zeus needs Mia and if they could stay together at least till he can adjust to another change in his life that would be great. Their medical records and microchip information are available.
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