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EMMETT Cocker Spaniel & English Springer Spaniel Mix Point Richmond, CA
The Milo Foundation AnimalID is 28514 and the Current Location is in Foster Care. Please see our website www.milofoundation.org for the current status of this animal. FOSTER UPDATE 2/28/19 : This sweet boy who was dumped over our fence here at Milo in obvious need of a vet's attention as his stomach was distended and bloated. After a trip to the vet and a belly tap (and losing 6lbs.) I am currently fostering this sweet boy and have decided to give him a warm home and endless TLC. My routine with him is taking him out of his crate and taking him out to pee, after this we go inside and I cook him a nice warm breakfast of chicken and eggs. Then he loves to spend the day lounging around and playing with his squeaky hedgehog. He is about 99% house trained, but has the occasional accidents. He is great with my small female dogs but is scared of my large male. We don't know how he is with cat or kids but with his condition he needs a low stimulation home. Emmett is looking for his forever family who will give him all the love in the world and show him what life is all about. They will also keep up with his medical appointments as well as medical expenses. UPDATE 12/31/18 : Emmett is feeling much better, gums are pink and he?s eating. Dr. Evans is concerned about his enlarged heart and what caused the 6 pounds of fluid, so, he?ll get an Ultrasound on Tuesday.... he?d love a foster till then!!! ?? (Original post) Well, not everything is cheerful during the Holidays, we all know that, but we put our best wishes forward, our kindness towards others, or that?s what we like to think! But people don?t take responsibility and they dump their problems on others.... Christmas Eve we had this dog we?ve named Emmett dumped over our fence to the front yard at Milo. He is super sweet and likely around nine years old, but threw up some blood, and his stomach was distended... only eating bits of chicken and rice.... labored breathing, so, the options were not many, take him to the shelter where he?d be euthanized, or take care of him. Now he has had exrays, blood work AND six pounds of fluid removed from his belly! He went from 27 pounds to 2This is the Animal Description Footer
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