We are looking for a hospice care foster. While Bonbon does act happy and healthy, something just isn't right. We know he has something wrong with his esophagus, causing him to regurgitate water and sometimes food. After a barium study, there is nothing we can do to fix this.
He also has sensitivity to light and has had a few seizure like episodes. Doctors believe it is neurological, but without an MRI, we don't really know. MRIs are very costly, and we haven't been able to raise enough funds to perform one. Since he is not in pain and acts completely normal, we are hoping to find him a "forever foster" to keep an eye on him and just love him. We will continue to fundraise to perform the MRI and finally figure out what is going on with him.
He can be shy or unsure of people at first, but once he gets to know you.. Belly rubs and cuddling galore!He does awesome with other dogs and cats. He may do better in a home with older children, but wouldn't hurt a fly ever.
If you are interested in providing a loving home for Bon Bon, please fill out an adoption application at www.chicagoanimaladvocates.com or email email@example.com for more information. He is up to date on vaccines, neutered, heart worm negative, and microchipped.
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