Gloria has not had a good start to life, we estimate that she is a year old and weighs about 8 kilos, she has a skin condition which the pound was treating and we will continue on with that treatment, further down the track she will absolutely need her palate done and desexing.
She is not quite sure how to deal with human interaction but once she realises you are talking to her she gets onboard with the love and kisses.. it will take her a bit of time to understand there is a better life in front of her
In the meantime we will just let Gloria chill and find her feet and we will try oh so hard not to sing Gloria.
According to our vet her palate and sacculs were huge she was also sporting a very large polyp on her vocal cords which would have been inhibiting her breathtaking and eating.
The above have been taken care of by our vet.
What couldn’t be taking care of is she has a small trachea and a distorted larynx, poor Gloria has not been dealt a very kind hand.
We are fairly sure though that she will go to have a very comfortable life, we are looking forward to her being able to eat better and be able to put some weight on once she heals from her op.
She’s a great little dog full of promise and lots of love
- No children.
- One other male dogs
- Must have access to the home at all times
- No cats
- Part time or stay at home family.
- Access to a grassed area