Adoption Fees: $300
Adoption Status: Successful Adoption
August 21, 2018 – Pugsley’s foster mom has decided to adopt him. Pugsley will be sharing his life with 4 pug brothers, 2 cats, 2 horses, 30 chicken and a retired mom and dad.
August 15, 2018 – Pugsley is back to rescue after it was deemed that he was not a good fit for that family who had an unpredictable kid who was not nice with Pugsley. This sweetie deserves to be loved and well cared for. Come and meet Pugsley this Saturday, August 18 from 11AM to 230PM at Ren’s Pets in Kanata.
July 31, 2018 – Pugsley is doing great. He was quite lively last night playing tug-o-war with toys, fetching a stuffy ball down the hall and he even did some zoomies. We went for two short walks last night and have already taken two walks this morning. Pugsley is now napping. He has had one accident in the house but he ran down the hall and squatted in front of the door. Pugsley stops at the stairs and cautiously goes down the two steps. I think his depth perception is poor. He has no problem at all with the steps to go outside.
July 30, 2018 – Pugsley is in a new foster family since yesterday. Pugsley has arrived and appears to be a real sweetheart. We went for a short walk and he did really well. When I went to take off his harness we had a little game of tug-o-war with his harness. He then stood on his hind legs stretching to see what was on the kitchen table. His tail has been wagging constantly. I’m sure he’ll settle in within a few days.
July 23, 2018 – Pugsley is settling in to his new environment. He is still on pain medication and that seems to help him once it takes affect. His stitches are quite itchy so he needs his cone on to stop him from licking them. Pugsley does not seem to see very well so caution is needed around stairs and during walks. Pugsley is starting to enjoy his kibble but still needs a small scoop of soft food to get him to eat it. He has had a few accidents in the house since being here but I feel it’s due to the surgery and everything that his bladder went through. He’s brought outside every couple hours to help eliminate accidents. Pugsley isn’t a huge fan of walks and will dig his heels in after a few minutes. Luckily for him, he’s only allowed a few 5 minute walks a day while he’s healing. Pugsley could lose about five pounds and will need some strengthening of his back end which is a little weak. From time to time we do see bouts of playfulness which will be more frequent the better he feels in time
July 19, 2018 – Pugsley had a surgery to remove tons of debris (tiny stones) from his bladder. He is now back to his foster home for a smooth recovery. He has stitches that need to be removed in 14 days. Pugsley is a sweet boy who gets along very well with other dogs.
July 18, 2018 – Pugsley was brought directly to the Emergency Hospital as he hasn’t urinate since Saturday. This sweet boy was surrendered to us. Pugsley is 10 years old and he is neutered. We will know more about his medical condition later on today.