Intake Date: June 20, 2016
Last Update: September 7, 2016
Date Available: 10/3/2016 moved to Pending on 10/19/2016
DOB: The day I came into this world is the day the world became a better place!
Energy Level: Medium to high! I like to play and I'm a puppy, so yeah, I will keep you on your tip toes for sure!
Color & Markings: Black & White Pied
Good with other dogs: They tell me I am submissive and I do awesome with other little guys like myself. I do get a little worked up with the bigger ones! Foster mom says that I would do best in a home with another dog to pal around with. However, I think it's important that you keep in mind that I am not a fan of bigger dogs because of what happened to me in my pre-rescue life.
Good with cats: I am not so sure if I like cats since I haven't met any, so it's probably better to be safe than sorry and say no.
Good with kids: Wally will only be considered for homes with children ages 8+, (I got to meet some kiddos at Wag Fest, my foster mom says I did great with them!)
Object Aggression: Object aggression is not what I would call it. I learned that what I do like to do (I'm still a puppy) is hoard ALL THE THINGS, I like to take them, keep them, and then eat them. It's best that you don't leave toys or other items laying around that I can get my sneaky little paws on. I'm at high risk for a blockage because of my uber attraction to THINGS!
Special Needs: I eat Hills Digestive Care dog food, it's important you keep me on that because of my GI issues. I need someone who understands that I haven't really ever had a forever home of my own. I lived with a breeder before coming in and I'm not sure what it means to be a part of a forever family. My foster mom says I'm awesome, and I'm adjusting well. I had some pretty major GI issues when I came in, but BBR has worked uber hard to correct those. The specialist I saw that I may have something called IBS (something to do with my bowels, ewwww) and that it could very well be a lifelong issue. So, it's best you know what your getting yourself into. I do really well with my potty training according to my foster mom.
Medications: I'm gonna need monthly heart worm preventative and daily joint supplements. It's best you talk to your vet to see what kind since I have some GI issues. Cisapride and Lactulose. I can be weened from these over time. They are for colon motility and a laxative.
Crate Trained: My medications have really worked for me and therefore; I can sleep in my crate at night and during the day with no accidents! I do bark when you first put me in, but I will simmer down, just give me a minute!
House Trained: I'm a work in progress they say, but I think I'm doing just fine learning the lay of the land and the laws my foster mom has enacted!
Physical Fence Required: So, I'm young, I'm fast, and I like to move. It would be best if you have a physical fence to keep me contained and safe! My foster mom says I need to have plenty of space to stretch these little legs. It's probably best that I don't live in an apartment. Apartment's are great, don't get me wrong, but I need to move, and I need to move fast when it's time.
Adoption donation: $650.00
My ideal home would be:
I believe that my ideal home would be a place that wants to love on a super cute Frenchie Pup with one eye! The adoption coordinator of BBR has a one eyed pied dog that looks just like me! I can't wait to meet him someday! She tells me I'm a pirate pup, which makes me cooler than all the others! Me only having one eye doesn't slow me down, but it does make me have to work extra hard to see all the things! I was attacked by a big dog and my wounds weren't properly cared for, so I had surgery when I came into BBR to get me all fixed up and now I'm better than ever!
I'm still a puppy and I have a lot to learn about life. I make mistakes, I am ornery, and I love to mouth on STUFF! All the stuff, actually. My ideal home will keep small objects away from me and watch what I take to my secret hiding places.
I had a GI surgery that hopefully fixed most of my issues, but the doctor told me I will likely have issues for the rest of my days. They call it IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). I find this funny, because I don't feel irritable, but they tell me my bowels aren't a big fan of being happy all the time. I may have some accidents in the house, but if you get to know me and you get to see the best way to interact with me, care for me, and help me learn the ways of the world, I'm sure I will be just great and I will trust you to guide me to great behavior!
My ideal home will let me play, have a doggy friend to love on (little doggy, not a big one).
Please consider sponsoring Wally to help with medical bills.
Today we welcomed Wally so he can heal and meet his forever family! A few rescues have turned this cutie away due to his medical issues but we just couldn't say no to that cute face. We know that that his left eye is missing due to him being attacked by a larger dog but are not sure what treatment, if any, he received for it since it isn't closed. Wally alss has a prolapsed rectum and skin issues. We will know more once he gets his vet check.
I had a coloplexy last Friday and have been doing great since! My foster mom says that I am doing great pooping, yay me! Though I am doing well if you're my forever home you'll probably want to keep an eye on that. Thank you to my sponsors that have helped me get the medical care I need!
My ideal home would be:
Because I wasn't really loved and taken care of in my past life my foster mom would love for me to have a family that has lots of time to spend with me so we can bond. I love attention you see, so a family that wants to shower me with love and play time is where I would do best. I do enjoy taking walks, but you should know when I am done I am done! I will lay down and refuse to move, but I am cute so I can get away with it!
Thank you to my sponsors!: