Chip–pending adoption

Chip – Either full blast playing or knocked out sleeping. Super snuggly, bottom of the totem pole.

DOB 4-1-2020

Weight on 5-15-20: 6.38 pounds.  Chip has had first DA2PPV, dewormer and microchip. Vet assessment: ataxia, head bobbles when trying to eat/drink, head tilt – consistant with cerebellar hypoplasia.

A DNA test done on one of the puppies showed: Cocker Spaniel, Boxer, Beagle, Rottie, American Staffordshire Terrier, St. Bernard, Collie, Super Mutt!

Fig–applications closed

Fig – Roughest “player”, his confidence has been steadily rising the last few weeks, he’d do well in a home with other dogs that match his play style.

DOB 4-1-2020

Weight on 5-15-20: 8.06 pounds.  Fig has had first DA2PPV, dewormer and microchip. Vet assessment: slight head bobble with base wide stance front limbs and mild ataxia.  Suspect very mild cerebellar hypoplasia.

A DNA test done on one of the puppies showed: Cocker Spaniel, Boxer, Beagle, Rottie, American Staffordshire Terrier, St. Bernard, Collie, Super Mutt!

with his sister Willow

Dill–no apps being accepted

Dill – pretty calm. very in tune with humans and likes to be involved. he’s very well rounded and would likely do well in any home

DOB 4-1-2020

Weight on 5-15-20: 8.4 pounds.  Dill has had first DA2PPV, dewormer and microchip.

A DNA test done on one of the puppies showed: Cocker Spaniel, Boxer, Beagle, Rottie, American Staffordshire Terrier, St. Bernard, Collie, Super Mutt!

Dandy–applications closed

Dandy – one of the calmest. typically gentle with his litter mates but has wild little blasts of energy – we think he’d do well with respectful kids. Very well rounded pup.

DOB 4-1-2020

Weight on 5-15-20: 7.86 pounds.  Dandy has had first DA2PPV, dewormer and microchip.

A DNA test done on one of the puppies showed: Cocker Spaniel, Boxer, Beagle, Rottie, American Staffordshire Terrier, St. Bernard, Collie, Super Mutt!

Zeppelin–on medical hold

Update: Zeppelin had his first vet appointment and is now up to date on shots.  He weighs 49 pounds.  He tested positive for ehrlichia, anaplasmosis and heartworm.  Vet than ran a CBC to find out if treatment is called for concerning the first two and it is not. The CBC came back normal.  As far as the HW is concerned, it is very dangerous to treat with immiticide during the summer months/heat can cause too many issues.  Our vet has recommended we do the slow kill method-Heartguard- for the summer and then retest Zeppelin.  If we are lucky and he only has female HW, the Heartguard will kill them and he would test negative.  If we are not lucky and he tests positive again, we will do the fast kill method with immiticide.  Because of this, we opted to cancel his neuter appointment and will wait until he does test negative before we neuter him.

Zeppelin:  He’s a “whole lotta love”. He will be two in June and don’t let his noggin fool you, he’s a medium size dog with a very large head. He has that beautiful pit bull smile. He is good with other dogs. He is good with cats too.   He’s a real “heart breaker” and will be a wonderful addition to your family.  

Zeppelin would do best in a home with at least one other dog as he loves his foster furbabies.  He is vocal and loves to “talk” to you.  Not a huge fan of water but he is getting used to his hikes in the woods and crossing streams.