Jerry and Joanne were abandoned near the rescuer’s house around 3-month of age. They were very weak that they were not even able to eat. The rescuer took them to the veterinarian hospital right away, and they were both diagnosed with Parvo, which was destroying their tiny little bodies. They stayed at the hospital for about one week and recovered. They were returned back to the rescuer’s home and quarantined for about three weeks, and thankfully, completely recovered. After two months, their blood tests came back normal, gained healthy weight and were back to regular puppy energy.
Jerry and Joanne are active, good with people, friendly and love to cuddle. They get along with other dogs too. Their rescuer’s home has no cats, but after a few visits to a friend’s house that has cats, they are friendly with the cats and showed no aggression toward the cats.
Jerry is ready for his forever home! If you are interested in Jerry and/or Joanne, please contact us and we would be more than happy to share more information about them.