Kira is a gorgeous, happy Spitz girl of about 9 years old. She found herself looking for a new home when her owner had to move and nobody was able to keep her. Kira is with All Animals Rescue & Rehome in Essex.
Although Kira is older, you would never guess it. She is full of life and mischief and loves nothing more than to play ball with you; she would do this all day long if she could!
When she was relinquished, her owner reported that Kira had been having very small seizures (approx. three per month, each lasting less than a minute and always conscious). AAR&R changed her diet, had her spayed, carried out dental work and the fits decreased, however she did still have them, so she is now on a very low dose of Pexion and no further fits have occurred. She will probably need to stay on this medication for life, but it is very low cost.
Kira recently had her eye removed after it prolapsed while she was playing and sadly could not be repaired. It doesn’t faze her in the slightest, in fact if anything it’s made her even more confident. It has healed and doesn’t need any further treatment.
She is a quiet little lady who loves cuddles and walks and loves to greet everyone she meets. She is mostly housetrained and is non-destructive. Kira is fine to be left for short periods. She absolutely adores other dogs and could happily live with dogs and cats, but equally she is happy as the only dog with a human slave all to herself. She can live with children aged 14 years plus, but would probably be best suited to an older, quieter home.
Kira will need regular grooming and she absolutely loves a pamper. Kira is happiest perched on your lap. She makes a great little hand warmer and can’t get enough attention. She literally tap dances with excitement when you come into the room!
Kira is neutered, microchipped and flea and worm treated.
Could you offer Kira a lovely home?
Contact All Animals Rescue & Rehome as follows:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form.
Please mention that you saw Kira on the Oldies Club website.