found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, not good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
SAWYER IS A YORKIE/SCHNAUZER MIX
2/3/17 - Sawyer went in yesterday and had his ct scan. He had 1 large shunt and urinary bladder stones. We were all very excited that it was 1 shunt and he was a surgical candidate. Surgery was performed yesterday and he will go home Monday. He had shunt surgery, removal of the stones, his neuter (double cryptochid), baby teeth removal and dew claw removal. Whew. That baby was a trooper. We will update everyone as he recovers.
All that Sawyer had done ran $4,500. Any help towards his vet bill will be greatly appreciated.
2/1/17 - Sawyer was surrendered by his previous owners when it was suspected that he may have a liver shunt. He arrived at his foster home Sunday, 1/19/17 and had an appointment with our vet on Monday to run his bile acids. The numbers where indicative to a liver shunt, so Sawyer is scheduled to have a CT Scan Thursday, 2/2/17 to determine if it is a shunt and if so, if it is operable. Sawyer has a list of surgical procedures that are needed. He needs to be neutered and is cryptorchid which means that one, sometimes both (as in Sawyer’s case) of the testicles are undescended so the vet must surgical remove them. He also has 4 dew claws that are hanging on by a thread and will need to be removed to cause injury in the future. While under, they will remove his retained baby teeth that have not fallen out since his adult canines moved in.
We haven’t had Sawyer long to tell his personality, but, if a candidate for shunt surgery, and all necessary surgical procedures are taken care of, we can only assume Sawyer will be a bouncing baby boy who would love a fur brother or sister to play with and get into trouble with.
We will update everyone after Thursday