went in for fourth shot today. will actually see the vet tomorrow when she does the fifth shot. Although this is a new vet, I have been very impressed with their availability and attentiveness to her. Definitely not "passive" vets. have no reason to not trust them yet. My neighbor is also a Medvet (crisis vet) so I could get her opinion if needed.
Paisley was adopted from Petland. I know the ire that can raise here.....(ducking.....) but I had intended to talk to more breeders in the area or central area but I will admit, I really like seeing the pups before I commit. We don't have any breeders very close by. Our local Petland rarely ever gets Havanese in their stock. I have never seen one before and they told me she was maybe 1 of 3 they have had all year. i have never purchased from a store before and wasn't planning on it this time but when I saw her it was that "shoot, this is my dog!" moment. As you can see from one picture I have posted, she looks just like my golden. In fact, a friend on facebook commented on her picture and congratulated me for getting another golden!
I have not figured out how to post other pics yet? Quick tutorial??
Well, sounds like you already know the problems with pet store/puppy mill pups, so we won't re-hash that. And, unfortunately, you (and she) are living with one of the consequences... a sick puppy. I hope Petland is at least helping you with the expense of treating her.
In any case, she is very cute, and I'm sure you will love her. ...AND we still need
. If you scroll down under the window where you type in the message you want to send, you'll see "additional options". Under that is "manage attachments". Just follow the directions, and you can attach up to 5 photos to any one post. I believe the photos can't be larger than 800x800, so you may need to resize before submitting.
If you have photo software you like to use, most any program can do this. If not, there is help for resizing photos on the forum home page. Good luck, and let us see that cute baby!