He is now started on his new life. He was terrified of the clippers and being bathed as we are sure that he had never had any grooming care previously. He is a very friendly little dog; Is housetrained, good with other dogs and people. His life on the streets is over and he is enjoying his new haircut, and life on the inside as a companion dog.
Unfortunately he has had a couple of seizures while in our care. They are not terrible, just short ones. We do not have him on any meds as they do not happen very often, but at sometime he may need medication for them. We are looking for someone who will understand what a terrible life he has lived and that understands dogs with seizures. Please take a look at how far he has come, from a totally matted dog living on the streets to a well loved dog who was thrilled after all that dirty coat was taken off. He loves his new cut, and will soon look even better when the coat gets healthy and long enough to be put in a nice poodle trim.
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