A Place to Bark and Meow Blog by Bernie Berlin

Saturday, October 27, 2007
I've been under the weather today, feeling flu like and kinda yucky in general, but have lots of fuzzy friends keeping me warm:)

Here are some updates on our darlings here:
"Keoshi & Karma" have both undergone 2 rounds of their heartworm treatment and are doing well. They will both be up for adoption in about 6 weeks. We can fill out applications before then if anyone is interested in adopting.

"Keoshi" is a male ShihTzu approximately 2-3 years of age. Housebroken and super loving, especially to men. Has some fear of quick movements or new people. Adult only home recommended. This picture was taken in the car on the way home from his treatment. He's happy to be cured!!

"Karma" is a female Husky Mix. Small in size. She is approximately 3-4 years of age. Housebroken and good with other medium to large dogs. Must have fenced yard, she loves to run.

"Hazel" is a Beagle mix, currently heartworm positive. I took her in from the pound and she gave birth later that week.
She gave birth to 5 puppies, only 3 made it. The puppies have been successfully placed and now it is time for us to take care of mom. She is very sweet and loving. Approximately 2-4 years of age.

We also took in a new terrier mix. His name is "Moo". Currently at my vet, he had some very severe skin issues, bacterial infections and fungus, but that will heal with time and medication. He is a more mature guy about 4-6 years of age.
Pictures will follow as soon as he comes home, probably early next week.

Thank you for your kind donations towards the treatment of our special needs animals, without you they wouldn't be here:)
The happy faces show you how appreciative they are to have a chance at life..
my snuffles (also a shih tsu) would love keoshi. aaaaahhhhhh.
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