These three female Chihuahuas were a recent very reluctant surrender. All the girls are in good health, the youngest of the three, Sally, was born with only one functioning eye but this does not slow her down one little bit.
When they first came into care they were quite timid, however, in only a few hours they were wanting to get on my lap for a cuddle.
They are getting along well with other dogs in care. House training is a work in progress as we try to get them used to a doggy door with the flap removed.
These ladies have now been chipped, wormed, flea treated and desexed and are looking for that forever home. The girls also required a dental check and have had extractions which is quite common in small dogs.
It really is important that your dogs have bones in their diet to help with the teeth. If you are not keen on giving them bones then perhaps Dentastix, which are available from the supermarket.
If your dog has bad teeth please do something about it. Rotten teeth can really affect your dog as the teeth and gums could be very sore. but they still have to eat and chewing on biscuits will hurt.
From personal experience, you will notice a big change in your dog’s attitude and demeanour once bad teeth are removed. When your dog is having its yearly vaccination ask your vet to do a dental check.
If you are interested in meeting the girls with a view to adoption please call Brenda on 0408 560 778. Their adoption fee is $250.
From personal experience, you will notice a big change in your dog’s attitude and demeanour once bad teeth are removed.