Sex: Spayed Female
Health: Finishing treatment for an ear infection. Panda takes Proin to help with incontinence. When on the medication, she has no incontinence.
Other Dogs: Yes
House Trained: Yes
Other Training: Panda knows basic commands like "sit" and "down". Panda walks well on a leash.
Panda is being fostered in Alamogordo NM.
Panda came into rescue with a terrible ear infection, ear ulceration, urinary tract infection, and incontinence due to the UTI. Through two aggressive courses of antibiotics, cleansers and steroid treatments, Panda has beaten the ear infection and UTI. She remains on a medication called Proin to help her with bladder control, necessary as a result of the infection. While the infection in her ear is cleared up, the ear ulcer is not healing well and she needs surgery to correct it and a biopsy to make sure there is no additional underlying problem. Despite these issues, Panda was very well behaved during a much needed intense grooming session when she came into rescue, tolerating bathing, tooth brushing, nail trims and fur trimmings to remove matts to big to brush out. Panda is a gentle, loving dog who has been amazing throughout her treatments so far. We want nothing more than to see her healed up and into a forever home that will give her plenty of snuggles. Copies of treatment receipts and estimates are available upon request by e-mailing: email@example.com
Panda is a beautiful wooly husky looking for her forever home. She gets along with everyone she meets and loves to hang out and get loved on, or go for long meandering strolls. Panda is good with cats and has good manners. She likes other dogs, and tolerates the shenanigans of younger dogs very well! She would be fine as an only dog, or with another dog companion. Panda is the perfect fit for someone looking for a laid back companion who loves getting love.
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