I like to go for short strolls and smell everything on the way. After I go for about a block or two then I want to be carried or ride in the stroller. You see, I don't have as much energy as my sister because I am not well. About a month ago, I had to have a delicate surgery to remove a tumor from my bladder. I have healed up nicely and I'm enjoying being with my sister in our foster home. But there's some bad news. My tumor was malignant and my doctor said I may only have a few short months left. I'm not in any pain and my aunties have promised to keep me safe and comfortable until the end. What I want more than anything is a forever home right away so that my sister will feel safe and secure before I have to leave her and go to the rainbow bridge. Our aunties are working on an arrangement to help with my expenses and would love to talk to you.
Please find it in your heart to take me and adopt my sister and care for her forever? We would both really love that.
I have had a thorough health evaluation including neuter and vaccinations and I am microchipped. I have also had a complete dental cleaning.
If you would like to meet me please visit our website at www.bichonrescueoc.org and submit an application to start the adoption process!
All pups are available as long as their listing is up. The adoption process moves very quickly and most families are approved within 48 hours.
The adoption procedure involves these steps:
1. Complete an online application.
2. Interview with one of our volunteers
3. Home Safety Evaluation
4. Meet and greet with the pet.
Here is the direct link to our application.
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