Friday, July 31, 2015

ADD Codey Bear To Your Home!! Beautiful Loving Pom Looking For Furever Home

COME ON OUT and meet Codey Bear at Adoptions tomorrow at the Petsmart on Lake Mead/Rainbow from 9:30 am until 4 pm. Available for adoption through Adopt A Rescue Pet.
How big is your heart? Are you looking for a furever companion to come home to and be the center of his world? Well then here's Codey Bear!! What is Codey's story? He was dropped off at a high kill shelter in California and was covered in fleas. Codey Bear was frightened alone and very dispirited. He was rescued by Adopt A Rescue Pet and has spent his rehabbing adjustment time at The Pom Palace.

Codey Bear has a loving heart and a lot of life! He loves to go on walks and explore the neighborhood. PLUS he loves to watch TV and finds dogs and other animals fascinating. He just had his teeth fixed and had a little non-cancerous tumor that was removed from his front leg. Were these the reasons that Codey Bear was dumped? Or was it because he like a vast majority of Poms suffers from a collapsing trachea? This is why he has a "dry cough." We will never know but what we do know is this dog is worth his weight in gold. What he needs is a wonderful home where he will be the center of attention and have love love love. With good nutrition Poms have been known to have a life span of 20 years! So do not let the fact that he is approx. 11 years old stop you from considering this beautiful large pom.

Codey Bear loves to hug and loves to have his ears scratched. He is house trained and also will use the piddy pads during the day. (Should you decide to add Codey Bear to your family a home check will be done.)

5:00 am wake up and go outside to go potty
5:30 breakfast – 1/8 cup dry kibble (Taste of the Wild) 1/8 cup Trader Joe’s Wet food, 1 tsp of lowfat yogurt
7:00 am one last potty break
6:30 – 8:00 am sleep
4:30 pm potty break
3:30 – 4:30 ¼ cup of dry kibble
5:30 ½ turkey dog
No known health issues other than trachea issues but this can be controlled by using a harness and sometimes a little olive oil or honey.

Carole McCabe-Joy

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