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Papillon puppies and dogs in Sacramento, California

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*CORA -- HOSPICE

Papillon Spaniel (Unknown Type)

Female, Puppy
Pittsburg, CA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs special attention,
Story
      Say Hello to the ever so special Miss Cora This sweet girl is 4 months old and 8 lbs and came to us from Santa Clara Animal services. When the rest of her litter were getting spayed/neutered and ready for adoption, it was found that Cora had a heart murmur, so they were unable to fix her and reached out to us to pull her into our program to figure out the culprit for the heart murmur.   Cora was born with a heart defect called Pulmonic Stenosis. Pulmonic Stenosis is one of the most common congenital heart defects in dogs. It consists of a malformation of the Pulmonic Valve leading to obstruction to the flow of blood from the heart to the lungs. This condition cannot be cured. Management of the condition consists of medication which she is currently taking called Atenolol. Her Cardiologist explained that small dogs can often times live long and healthy lives with this condition and do significantly better than larger dogs, however there is a chance that their heart can stop at any time without warning. It is also very high risk too put them under anesthesia for surgery, so she cannot be fixed due to the risk. This means that she must always be safe and away from any unneutered male dogs for the entirety of her life to ensure that she will not become pregnant.   She will also need an Echocardiogram again in approximately 9 months when she is full grown to see if there were any changes and may require echocardiograms yearly which can range between $400-$700.   Despite being born with a special heart, Cora has no idea she is different. She really LIVES life. She is such a happy dog that you can watch her tail wagging back and forth even while she is sleeping.   When it is raining outside and none of the other dogs in her foster home want to step foot in the yard, you will see this girl making the best of the situation and having fun jumping in puddles. She is not afraid of water.   She ADORES the dogs and cats in her foster home. A perfect day for her is filled with lots of food, her liquid med Atenolol (which she thinks is a treat and loves taking), Toys TOYS and More TOYS, human, dog and feline friends to play with, Cuddles on the couch , and a nice bully stick to chew and wind down the evening before bedtime in her comfy bed in foster mom and dads room.   She is now fully vaccinated and in a few days she will be able to take her first big girl walk where she is not In a carrier. We are expecting her to love it since she really loves absolutely everything . She is a good girl and learning to transition from her potty pads to outside. She follows the pack and goes potty outside when they go but still wants to use her potty pads that she knows so well. She will cover those she loves in kisses and hugs. She is a bit shy at first when meeting new people but once she knows you are her friend she will shower you with love.     At the end of the day she is the happiest and most beautiful girl who lives every day as if it could be her last. She loves life and wants to find her very own person who lives life to the fullest just as much as her. She is being fostered in Sacramento CA, where she will be available to meet potential adopters.   If you are interested in adopting this extra special soul, please fill out an application at www.beourpet.org/adoptions.php   GENERAL INFO:   Housebroken?: Not yet Crate Trained?: Yes Leash Trained?: Working on this Rides Well in Car?: Yes Non-Shedding?: No Good with cats?: Yes Good with dogs?: Yes Qualifies for Seniors for Seniors?: She is a puppy Umbrella of Hope does not have any strict rules on ages of children because all children are different, but our best approximation is that this animal would do best with children over the age of 5 Umbrella of Hope is an all-volunteer, donation-run, non-profit animal rescue based out of Pittsburg, CA that rescues animals from local shelters, places them in private foster homes, provides them with needed medical care and then finds them new homes.  Also, ask us about our seniors for seniors program, where we adopt animals 5 years or older to qualified homes with a $5 donation as an adoption fee. All animals are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, treated for parasites and given any additional treatments (dental work, bloodwork etc) as recommended by our vet.  Adoptions to veterans of the US Armed Services are ALWAYS free to thank you for your service.   We thank Well Pet Vet Clinic for providing most of our veterinary services and give a special thanks to volunteer photographers Tanya, Barbara, Kristy, Christine, Teressa and Natalie.  We are on all social media at @umbrellaofhope and we invite you to follow us and share which helps more people see and adopt our pets.  To help our ALL VOLUNTEER team rescue more senior, special needs, medically needy and hospice animals (and a few 'typical' ones along the way, please consider making a tax-deductible (TAX ID 45-4103375) donation online at www.paypal.me/UOH or Venmo @umbrellaof-hoperescue or Zelle beourpet@gmail.com.   You can also buy tees, tanks. sweatshirts, hats and bandannas where all proceeds benefit our animals https://ruff-life-rescue-wear.myshopify.com/collections/umbrella-of-hope We also have an Etsy store where the merchandise is made by volunteers and supporters, changes regularly and 100% of the proceeds benefit our medical fund https://www.etsy.com/shop/Umbrellaofhope Amazon Wish List tinyurl.com/pineapplewish  February 25, 2024, 4:54 pm
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Anakin

Papillon Dachshund

Male, Adult
Rancho Cordova, CA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Anakin is a very sweet and loving dog. He loves cuddling and play time. He is pretty well behaved but has some separation anxiety. Unfortunately he just needs a level of attention we can’t provide and he deserves to have that need met!

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4080 Railroad Ave Suite C, (Office Space Only), Pittsburg, CA 94565

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