found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
This little guy was taken to the vet by his owner to be euthanized. She said he had lost all control of his bodily functions. Thankfully, my vet decided that rather than euthanize the dog on her word, he would keep Chester in a kennel and watch him for a few days. While the dog was confined, the vet caught a urine sample. When tested, he found Chester had struvite crytsals in his urine thus causing the poor little fella to have to urinate frequently.
Now Chester is on a special Prescription food specifically formulated to dissolve the urinary crystals. Now he is happy, healthy, and whole! The only restriction being that he will need to stay on a special diet of Prescription c/d food for the rest of his life. (This food is not terribly expensive and is available at any vet's office. Chester eats about 1/2 a cup twice a day).
In the Meantime, Chester needed a place to go so that he would be "Out if Harm's Way." So we have taken this little jewel into foster care.
Chester is about 17 lbs. He is impeccably housetrained. This little guy loves everyone and never meets a stranger. According to the vet tech who helped me get him to safety, Chester loves to play ball, he especially loves men, and was in a home with three small boys. He also gets along with all 11 of his inside foster siblings.
As a 9 year old, Chester is still spunky and energetic but not hyper or mischievious in the least. He is a sweet lapdog who is simply a joy to be around. Chester doesn't chew on things or bother anything around the house. He does love to eat, so whoever adopts him will have to be careful not to overfeed him.
If you are interested in Chester, please contact Melinda McMillion at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be asked to complete and return a Potential Home Questionnaire and provide 2 personal references. A vet reference will also be required.
This dog is located in Spartanburg, SC. You must be able to drive here to pick her up in person. No transport or shipping can or will be arranged.
His adoption fee is $175.