UPDATE: 08-08-08: FAYNE IS HAVING PROBLEMS WITH CONTINUING INFECTIONS IN HER MOUTH. SHE WENT TO SURGERY TODAY FOR REMOVAL OF A LYMPH GLAND THAT WAS SENT FOR PATHOLOGY AND HAD MORE DENTAL EXTRACTIONS. HER MEDICAL BILLS NOW ARE ALMOST $2000.00. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HELP US HELP FAYNE PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING A DONATION FOR HER. THANK YOU!!
UPDATE: 08-22-08: WE HAVE RECEIVED $50.00 TOWARDS FAYNE'S SPECIAL CARE NEEDS. THANK YOU!!
Update 07/29/08: Fayne had a very good week last 2 weeks. Now she is not completely responding to her pulse therapy of antibiotics for dental difficulties. Friday the 1st she will undergo anesthesia exploratory probe in her mouth to find the affected tooth and/or other possible causes. Fayne's lymph nodes in her neck are enlarged and her blood work came back as kidney/liver ok but her immune system is stimulated most likely due to the chronic infection. She has been a real trooper through all the tests and continues to be her gentle/quiet self.
Update 07/02/08: Fayne had a broken tooth that was removed. She is bouncy again and loves to walk around the property and lay in the sun, something she hasn't felt like doing in a while. She will need a fenced in area as she doesn't always look where she is going but she goes (typical terrier). She is on maintenance Clindacure and Oxyfresh for better dental health. We play a game of splash, splash, cutesy, cutesy to encourage her to drink more water. Adoption fee is $200.
Update 05/30/08: Fayne 8 yr old, 6 1/2 #'s. Fayne is trying to befriend and play with our 3 yr old Patty Sue (PM chi) who gets along with all dogs, Fayne had squealed at her before to leave her alone. Now, ears perked and play bowing. She is now eating dry food, and will be on her clinicure 1 wk on 3 wks off and oxyfresh in her water. She loves soft/short grass to walk on. Loves to give kisses. She will run through the house and do silly flips and wiggles which makes us laugh.
Update 05/06/08: FAYNE - 6.7#'s 8 yr old - Fayne is so comical she is better than tv for entertainment. I took her visiting and she enjoyed investigating the home. She loves to lay in our lap upside down. She recently has been in need of more aggressive dental hygeine since she will NOT let anyone brush her teeth or open her sensitive mouth. She will go on pulse therapy (antibiotics 2 weeks on 2 weeks off). It is important that she be encouraged to drink more water and oxyfresh is put in her daily drinking water. She has her own bowl that I keep the other dogs out of. She is not the best water drinker in the world. She has developed interesting habits in her mature age. IF I don't keep her bowl to the top of the rim she will not drink it. NOR will she drink out of the other dogs bowls. She will approach it, sniff, and walk to her own. Funny girl!
Update 01/26/08: My foster home has nicknamed me their little fairy. I am very light on my feet and walk around so dainty almost flying softly. My soft silky hair is getting longer just in time for the winter cold and flows in the breeze. I will jump on 'ma and dad's' lap and gently reach up to lick their face. I like to look sideways at them to see them groom me. I let them know if they are doing it to my liking. My game is to wait until they are done and hake it all out. I like the warm air of the dryer. I am eating Wellness brand Sr. dog food, but just love the pieces of oranges, carrots, bananas, chicken, liver treats I get. (I know liver - strange for such a little lady, but mmmm, yum). I still don't like bigger dogs, but am learning that no one is going to let any hurt me again. So as long as the big dogs 'watch it, bud', I am ok with them being around. I will let just about anyone pick me up to cuddle. My health is good as I have filled out from being so scrawny before surgery. I don't weigh 4#'s no more but think I feel so much better. Fayne's adoption donation is $250.00.
Update 10/08/07: Fayne is a very submissive quiet, loving, gentle, Yorkie. She sleeps in her crate with the door open and is gated when we are gone. She absolutely loves her doggie bed which is now a covered bean bag chair. She is paper trained, loves now to go outside, but doesn't like the cold. She walks dainty on harness/leash. We have had no problems with her. Her initial bio stated that she was terrorized by a much larger dog, and since has learned that all big dogs are not mean. She is great with other dogs as long as they don't mess with her. When she is begging for food she has a 'chipmunk like chatter' which is soooo cute! She recently attended an adoption event where she got
lots of hugs and attention.
Update 06/25/07: Fayne has recuperated successfully from her surgery and given a clean bill of health. She is somewhat shy, but quiet, gentle, dainty. As you can see she gets along with other small dogs (Her foster sister and brother).
Adoption Fee 350.00
Original Bio 06/09/07: Fayne - 7 yr old (DOB 1/00) Female black/blond 4#'s. Gentle, quiet, housetrained or paper trained. She ignores her 'brother', Gaylin's dominance, as she was raised with him since 12 weeks old for breeding purposes but she lost a few pups. She does quite well with out her 'brother'. Recently she was spayed and underwent surgery for mammary tumor removal. She loves to be held and is leash trained but moves slow. She does not like to be outside but will potty then want back in, nor does she like to go on car rides. She loves to be in your lap belly up for scratches/rubs. She gets along with other dogs. She tends to be afraid of bigger dogs due to previous big dog scare. But if they are gentle she doesn't mind. It would be nice if Gaylin & Fayne could be adopted together, but not necessary.
For more information, contact my foster parents at firstname.lastname@example.org
To fill out the adoption application for Fayne click here.