Oct 13, 2011
I fucking hate whoever flagged this post. Because look at that puppy. Look at it!

Name: LilyAge: 11 weeksBreed: Cocker Spaniel Golden Retriever mixEnergy level: medium-high to highInteraction with dogs/cats: non-hostile but likes to play (which scares away our cat)Housebroke: currently being crate trained (does not mind being in a crate)Special considerations: She does not bark but does howl when feeling separation anxiety…she needs lots of human interaction!Training: She seems to be catching on to “SIT”Storey: Two weeks ago my wife and I bought this puppy. We took her to the vet the day we got her. As it turned out shetested positive for Parvovirus. We opted to have them begin treatment immediately. The puppy was very strong and pulledthrough it beautifully! We had to keep her on a very strict diet as well as give her meds for the past week. Lily, the puppy,has been having an amazing recovery. We took her to the vet yesterday for a check-up and another vaccination. They saidwithin eight weeks her poo and pee will no longer be contaminated with anymore of the Parvovirus cells and with the regularyearly vaccinations she will live a long happy life. With the worst behind us we were looking forward to having a normal puppy.We learned that with our work schedules being what they are we are not able to provide her with enough attention.So, in all fairness to Lily, we decided to re-list her in hopes that whoever reads this and responds will be a much better match.Re-homing: $200 (This is for partial cost-recovery and to help insure we get only serious inquiries).Contact Leona at 360.649.3211Thanks 

I fucking hate whoever flagged this post. Because look at that puppy. Look at it!

Name: Lily

Age: 11 weeks

Breed: Cocker Spaniel Golden Retriever mix

Energy level: medium-high to high

Interaction with dogs/cats: non-hostile but likes to play (which scares away our cat)

Housebroke: currently being crate trained (does not mind being in a crate)

Special considerations: She does not bark but does howl when feeling separation anxiety…she needs lots of human interaction!

Training: She seems to be catching on to “SIT”

Storey: Two weeks ago my wife and I bought this puppy. We took her to the vet the day we got her. As it turned out she
tested positive for Parvovirus. We opted to have them begin treatment immediately. The puppy was very strong and pulled
through it beautifully! We had to keep her on a very strict diet as well as give her meds for the past week. Lily, the puppy,
has been having an amazing recovery. We took her to the vet yesterday for a check-up and another vaccination. They said
within eight weeks her poo and pee will no longer be contaminated with anymore of the Parvovirus cells and with the regular
yearly vaccinations she will live a long happy life. With the worst behind us we were looking forward to having a normal puppy.
We learned that with our work schedules being what they are we are not able to provide her with enough attention.
So, in all fairness to Lily, we decided to re-list her in hopes that whoever reads this and responds will be a much better match.

Re-homing: $200 (This is for partial cost-recovery and to help insure we get only serious inquiries).

Contact Leona at 360.649.3211

ThanksĀ 

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