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|Animal ID: 15-115Penny (female)|
Penny is fostered in Waunakee WI 53597 through United Yorkie Rescue. To find out more about Penny contact her foster momma: firstname.lastname@example.org For five years Penny, who's 5 years old, lived in a horrendous puppy mill in Missouri. She lived in a wire cage not much bigger than she is, he never had a soft bed to rest in, toys to play with or anyone to love or care for her. Penny was skin and bones, scared, sick and had very little fur when she came to rescue. After some extensive vet work, it was determined Penny has Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI) disorder which has been preventing her body from absorbing nutrients and was in the progressed stage of slow starvation. Her vet recommended she be on lifelong injections of B12 and pancreatic enzyme powder. The injections are approximately $30 for 6 (very reasonable) The enzyme powder is a bit pricey but absolutely necessary to give this girl a chance at a happy and healthy life. Without the enzyme powder, Penny's body will deteriorate, she will starve and her organs will fail. Since starting the injections and enzyme powder, Penny has gained 1.5 lbs and is starting to look much healthier, with hair regrowth. Penny needs to gain a few more pounds to reach a healthy weight, her current 9 lbs. is below her size frame, and then she'll be spayed and have a dental cleaning. Despite her previous horrible life, Penny is the sweetest girl with a wonderful personality. She enjoys all people, young and old, and loves attention. She will come when I call her name, she sleeps well in her bed all night long, enjoys cuddling, loves to have her head and ears scratched and follows me everywhere. Penny will need a home where someone is home fairly often. Someone who works from home or is retired would be ideal. She has learned to trust, loves to be close to her person and is great on car rides. Penny will make a wonderful companion to someone who is home more often than not. She is wonderful with kids of all ages and has no issues with her feline friend and other dogs in the house. She's fine with stairs walks nicely on her leash, and enjoys having her ears scratched and absolutely loves sleeping in a bed next to her foster momma. She likes to follow her foster mom around the house and snoozes while she's working. She really enjoys toys with treats hidden in them. As a puppy mill survivor, Penny is working on potty training, foster mom has her on a potty break schedule. To complete an application go to: http://www.unitedyorkierescue.org or email: email@example.com (Less)
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|Animal ID: 15-119Scrappy (male)|
Scrappy's a 5 year old, 5 pound Yorkie male being fostered in McFarland, WI 53558 - to find out more about him contact his foster momma at: firstname.lastname@example.org Scrappy is fostered in McFarland Wisconsin 53558 through United Yorkie Rescue. To find out more about Scrappy contact her foster momma: email@example.com Scrappy is looking for a home that has an experienced Yorkie owner. He was surrendered to United Yorkie Rescue because his previous owner no longer had time to care for him because of changing job requirements. Scrappy was originally trained using a shock collar. United Yorkie Rescue does not support the use of any type of behavior modification using collars for training purposes, including for invisible fences or bark training. Because he was trained with the use of a collar and is no longer on that type of collar, he does have some bad habits that we are working through. He's very smart and is catching on quickly however. Scrappy would do well with an experienced person understanding strong personalities and would be fine as a single or additional dog. Scrappy's favorite things are playing with toys, eating, going out for walks, and snuggling. He's up-to-date with vaccinations and is current on heartworm and both pee-pad and house-trained. Scrappy needs some work with socialization, such as how to greet other dogs when he's out on a walk, and takes well to redirection. He's a flight risk and will run if any small opportunity is available, because of this Scrappy's new home will need to have a fenced in yard for his safety. If you're looking for a loyal pup with lots of love to give, Scrappy just may be your man! Because of his size, no children under the age 12 in the home. To complete an application, go to: http://www.unitedyorkierescue.org or email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Less)
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|Animal ID: 15-051King Louie (male)|
King Louie is fostered in McFarland Wisconsin 53558 through United Yorkie Rescue - for more information on King Louie, contact his foster momma at: email@example.com King Louie came to United Yorkie Rescue in April 2015, a 4yr old 10lb. male Yorkie left at a shelter by his owner who no longer wanted him because he does not have use of his back legs. United Yorkie Rescue stepped in and have been fund raising to get him a mobility cart and the care he needs. With a cart, he gets around now that he has his cart to help him. He loves his cart and can absolutely fly in it!! He might be in a wheel chair but that doesn't slow him down any!! King Louie is in therapy to try and regain use of his back legs, he's made progress since therapy began, but not enough to fully walk again. Therapy will continue and we hope for a miracle for King Louie. He doesn't like to go potty in his cart, it's somewhat of a challenge, so his goes potty in his kennel. He also has accidents when he gets excited, it's part of his rear paralysis issue. He wears a belly band in the house in case he gets excited so he doesn't have accidents, and he doesn't mind it, it's very easy maintenance. With the exception of not having use of his back legs, he is pretty much like any dog. He loves walks, being outside, belly rubs, attention, treats, and car rides. Medically, he may get more urinary tract infections than most as he is not able to fully empty his bladder. This is quite common for dogs that do not have total control of their bowels. He does have some control over his bowels, but may not be able to wait until he gets outside. King Louie's family will need to express his bladder when he goes outside. No worries here, it is quite easy and does not hurt him. He stands very still and doesn't move until he is told he is done. We have found that it is almost easier expressing a bladder - there are fewer accidents!! He does great with his fur brothers and sisters but does not like cats. The doctor thinks he'll do best in a home as the only dog, so has a lot of attention. He loves to be loved on and spoiled rotten. King Louie's a good eater; he eats his fill and leaves the rest. If you have any questions please feel free to ask his foster momma or contact United Yorkie Rescue. To complete an application, go to: http://www.unitedyorkierescue.org or email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Less)
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|Rescue Me ID: 15-09-08-00790Peanut (male)|
When my elderly owner recently passed away, I lost the only home I had ever known. My owner's family was going to have me euthanized because they didn't want me, but fortunately, a nice rescue came along and gave me a temporary place to stay while they tried to find a new home for me. The problem is, they already have a house full of dogs and they don't really have room for me, so I'm being kept in a kennel-which is not at all what I'm accustomed to. I used to be Queen of the House, and my favorite thing to do was keep my human mom's lap warm while she was watching TV. Do you have room on your lap for me? I'm very healthy, friendly and loving (but sometimes I'm a little shy). I'm 12 years old and I've been fully vetted (including an expensive dental) Previously I was housebroken, but my elderly owner--when she became sick--didn't let me outside to go potty. For this reason, I need a little "brush-up" refresher course on my housebreaking skills. I don't want to be a latchkey dog, and I would be a wonderful companion for an older, retired person or couple. If you have room in your home-and your heart-for a sweet little fur orphan like me, please contact my foster mom at: email@example.com and tell her about yourself. Then, if she feels you would be a good fit for me, she will send you an adoption application, and once you fill it out and return it to her, hopefully we can set up a time for you to meet me. My adoption fee can be waived for a qualified adopter, although a donation to support the rescue who saved me would be much appreciated. (Your support would enable them to help another dog like me who is homeless and in danger of being put to sleep.) NOTE: We do not operate a humane society or shelter, so we do not have a facility that is open to the public. Our dogs are fostered by volunteers in private homes, and are not available for viewing until an adoption application is filled out and references are checked. Before contacting us, please read the information on our home page to learn more about our rescue's adoption policies. Thank you! (Less)
One Starfish Rehoming Connections, Inc
P.O. Box 404
Columbia County Columbus, WI 53925 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-08-09-00386 (male)|
Scrappy is a great little dog gets along with all dogs big and small potty trained all around good dog have to get rid of him due to personal problems and I just want to see him to to s stable home
Outagamie County sheboygan, WI MAP IT!
|Animal ID: 15-085Lily (female)|
Lily (formerly known as Marsha) is fostered in McFarland Wisconsin, 53558 through United Yorkie Rescue. To find out more about Lily contact her foster momma: firstname.lastname@example.org Marsha is approx.. 7 years old and 6.5 lbs., her foster momma started calling her Lily and it just kind of stuck. I'm approx. Lily didn't have a very good life before coming to United Yorkie Rescue in June 2015. Lily lived in a small dirty wire box at a Puppy Mill, used as a breading machine, so her age isn't exactly known. After coming to United Yorkie Rescue, she was given a thorough check, spayed, teeth cleaned, micro chipped, and she had an eye infection that required medicating and diagnosed with an ulcer, which is being monitored. She had a seizure during a bath and another one shortly after so her foster momma got her back in to the vendor where they ran tests, and everything came out perfect, just overly stressed from all the changes over that timeframe of transition. Lily loves people, however she needs slow and patient delivery of love as sudden movements make her scared. She has behaviors like most Puppy Mill dogs: she's not used to sudden movement, noise or commotion, so she startles easily, cowers and will hide if possible. Although she's afraid, she would rather sit on your lap and get attention than to cower in her cage. When Lily first arrived, it was very easy to see that she spent years in a wire cage. Her pads have chronic irritation and because she was so badly matted, she had to be shaved so initially she was cold and wore a sweater. Lily's working on potty training and learning about acceptance of good touches and love (as not being scary or hurtful like they used to be). Not having exposure to toys, being a puppy or learning to play like a dog she's best as a lap warmer and snuggler. Lily will need an understanding home willing to work on these things with her as it will take time, sometimes several months for puppy mill dogs to learn. Watching them come out of their shells, learn to trust, accept and WANT love is very rewarding. To complete an application, go to: http://www.unitedyorkierescue.org or email: email@example.com (Less)
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Yorkie Dogs can make good pets in Wisconsin if they match your IifestyIe. The Yorkshire Terrier is a cute, spunky little dog with a true Terrier temperament. Yorkies can be dog aggressive and wary of strangers. Yorkshire Terriers are loving and devoted to their people and do fine with children who respect them. Yorkies respond well to firm, consistent obedience training but may require patience when housebreaking. They do fine in an apartment but need to play and be taken on a daily walk.
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