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Age: 12.5 years
Weight: 13 lbs
Breed: Coton De Tulear
Shots Up to Date: Yes
Good with Dogs? Yes
Good with Cats? Unknown
Good with Kids? Unknown
Adoption Fee: $450
- 12.5 year old Coton de Tulear, 13 pounds.
- Has megaesophagus, which means he may regurgitate food that doesn't make it to his stomach. But that is mostly when he gets super excited. So when getting home we try to come in the door and ignore the dogs and just let them outside, give them time to calm down before giving attention.
- Regurgitation can lead to aspiration, but he has had no history or issues with that.
- He does best on softer food. So we use the dry food and let it soak in water for 5 - 10 minutes and mix a little wet food in for flavor.
- He eats several small meals from his special eating stool, which will come with him to his new home.
-He will do best in a home with other dogs, it seems to give him confidence especially when people aren't home. He can have anxiety issues. According to his vet charts, it was EXTREME anxiety at times. So a calm, go with the flow owner may help too.
- He shakes horribly in the car, but we haven't been on too many rides.
- He enjoys hanging out outside and sniffing around. Doesn't mind the rain. And enjoys going on walks.
- He sleeps on the bed with us and likes to be near or at least see his people, he follows me everywhere.
- He is not big on treats, but they are not good for his ME anyways.
- He will need regular grooming and his nails are a little long so nail trims need to be more often to get the quick back.
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