* Name of Foster DOG:
* Primary Breed
Yellow, Tan, Blond or Fawn
* Size when grown:
Date of Birth
(if known or best guess):
* Level of blindness:
Can see shadows
* Cause of eye issues:
Both corneas are covered in pigment, right eye completely, left mostly covered
* What was the vet's findings?
Pigment covering both corneas
Double ear infections
Decreased muscle mass, hips and knees good
Teeth were poor, dental complete
Ingrown toenails- resolved
Shyann is a mature Pekingese that would love nothing more than a warm bed to spend her golden years. She is happy to sit with her human and watch TV. She is very good at letting you know when she would like to potty and will use a puppy pad if she has to be left for extended periods. Shyann was very matted when she came to BDRA but her hair is growing back. The vet says with a good healthy diet it should look good as new. She takes her food softened but is eating better now that she has had her dental. She will require time to warm up in a new environment and a deliberate approach to let her know your intent to pet or pick her up. Once you have her picked up and supported she is absolutely fine with being held. She has a bed warmer at her foster home and loves it because she is working on putting on a little more weight. Do you have room for this little lady in your home?
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