Feast your eyes on this lovely little girl, she is still a baby at 8 months, fully vaccinated and chipped, yet to have a season.
Sadly this beauty has had a few complications in her first home with veterinary issues which couldn’t be bottomed and it became quite expensive for the owners when the vets just kept suggesting different treatments to no real answers.
We offered to take her and promised we would continue to investigate and hopefully put the issue to bed and let this girl move on with her life.
Kiki had blood in her wee but they couldn’t seem to find out why. We started very simple with 5 weeks of antibiotics and I have to say fingers crossed we seem to be going on the right road.
We will wait for her to have her first season and then get her spayed at our vets who will then have a look inside at the same time to give her a full check over.
Kiki has the most fantastic temperament, she is always happy, loves my dogs, good with the cats, great around the horses, good around the children she has met as I am not and don’t have any 😉
This gorgeous girl will be a fabulous addition to any family and they will be lucky to have her. She would like a home with another large dog to play with as she absolutely loves to play and can at times be quite rough but only needs telling no once and she calms. Such an easy girl to have around.
As we want her to stay under the care of our Notts vets we are looking for a forever home close by or who will always be willing to bring her back to Notts for any vet treatment relating to the above.
Whoever gets this little stunner will indeed be very very lucky!
Kiki has been adopted.