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JEEP
Beep! Beep! . . . Meet the
new little girl in Rescue
called JEEP. She will take
you on the ride of your life
with her adorable smile,
kisses for miles and a tail
that wags at top speed. She is friendly and social and loves to play. She greets everyone so eager and full of joy and loves to be embraced with your hugs and love. Such a lovable puppy and irresistible with her sweetness she radiates. Jeep is a good girl and well behaved in the house and out and about. She loves to go in the car and even tries to roll the window down to experience the wind in her beard. A vehicle with child locks is a good choice for her and Wires. Jeep was born May 5, 2018 and is only 1 years old. Jeep was originally purchased from a breeder and at 8 months her owner had an accident so an advertisement was placed online for a new home. She was acquired by a couple in Michigan who had lost their Wire Fox. Unfortunately they both experienced major health issues and surgeries which prevented them from taking care of her and they contacted WFTRM. They had not been able to walk or keep her in shape, handed out way too many milk bones so she will need a good diet and daily exercise. Jeep has some good junk in her trunk and should not be this chubby at her age. She will also need some house training reinforcement. She is a very smart girl and knows to go to the door to let me know she has to go out. She would thrive with a routine and is longing for companionship and purpose as most active Wire Fox Terriers do. Jeep is full of life and affection and is a little girl who wants to have fun, be pampered with someone who has the time to give and spend with this darling girl.
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knierim@msn.com
ROMEO
ROMEO is a Wire Fox
Terrier boy who if he
had a wish, would
choose to be loved on
all day long. He loves
cuddling, getting belly rubs and being right by you. He is such a good boy, house trained and well mannered. He is a member of the one ear up/one down club and is simply adorable. He is not much of an outside guy goes out to do his business and wants right back in. Romeo has been through more than any little 6 year old boy should have to endure. In 2018 after Hurricane Michael ravaged the Florida Panhandle, he was left abandoned to survive on his own. A kind rescue lady found him and took him in and took care of him. He was welcomed into WFTRM in May 2019 and was in an amazing foster home in the Panhandle. Romeo arrived with some serious skin issues and one being his feet and his tail. The bone of his tail was exposed and he has had to have surgery to amputate a portion of it. It has been healing very slowly but progressing. His feet are sore and his nails are deformed. On September 5th Romeo arrived at his foster home in Louisville and will be continued to be pampered by Betty and Richard. He has been to see the primary vet who had shaved the scab off the tip of his ear and concluded that the nails, tail and now ear might be connected to some kind of auto immune issue.
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knierim@msn.com
Spayed
Rabies Vaccination
Bordatella
Distemper Vaccination
Heartworm Tested
On HW Preventative
Micro Chipped
WFTRM
Boutique
Neutered
Rabies Vaccination
Bordatella
Distemper Vaccination
4 DX HW Tested
On HW Preventative
On Flea & Tick
Fecal Checked
Groomed
Micro Chipped
Romeo had an appointment with a veterinary specialist at Blue Pearl for early October but as luck would have it they had a cancellation and he was able to get right in to see Dr. Griffin. She did her exam of Romeo and multiple blood panels. She had determined that he had cutaneous vasculitis whether it be from systemic disease, drug reaction or auto-immune. The tests returned with a positive for being a tick borne disease Rickettsia infection which causes vasculitis. When the tips of the ears, feet and tail are not getting blood flow to them they begin to die off. Romeo was put on Doxycycline and Pentoxifylline and will be on a longer course than with lyme disease. He has a follow up appointment for the end of October. Romeo has a favorite blue octopus he adores and cuddles and sleeps with him. He also just loves to sit in the car even if you are not going anywhere! He gets along with his foster brother Dandy and is just so sweet. They hang out together looking out the window to the world. Romeo has the need to be right by you all the time so a forever home with a steady foot would be perfect as he is always under your feet. He cuddles and kisses and can be the best companion one could ever imagine.