ITTY BITTY – anything but!

Itty Bitty always has a smile now!  Gaining weight, playing with her dog friend, going outside & improving daily - she is certainly enjoying her life now!  Many blessings and thanks to her adoptive mom & dad!

Bitty!..anything but! I was called a few days after she arrived in her rescue home as Itty Bitty seemed to be slipping away – I was able to go to her as she is only ½ drive hour from me. Her nearly sightless eyes gazed into my face & all I could feel from her was love. Itty Bitty relayed to me she was not ready to go – she wanted to feel love & have a happy home first. I told her if that was her desire, it would happen. Indeed her life force was very weak when I arrived. Balances to her nervous system & digestive system helped give her enough energy & strength that she made it through the night & began eating and drinking on her own. I dropped by a few nights ago & she showed me how loudly & strongly she can bark now! Her weight has nearly doubled & she continues to gain strength. This little girl was rescued from a puppy mill in FL, here’s notes from the rescue home that’s helping her: “ We took Itty Bitty to see Dr E and she was HW negative, is 12+ yo, cateracts on both eyes, but the bad news she has cancer. She is happy, eating, playing and pooping so we are taking her home to love her care for her until her time. Oh and she has been used as a breeder. None of this matches what the people who turned her over to us said”.    We’re so happy Itty Bitty decided to stick around for a while & enjoy life!  She’s certainly earned it!


Itty Bitty – before her first session, frail & a low life force.


Itty Bitty always has a smile now! Gaining weight, playing with her dog friend, going outside & improving daily – she is certainly enjoying her life now! Many blessings and thanks to her adoptive mom & dad!

OWNER’S  Note:  Ok tears rolling down my face. We Have done everything I knew to do to save this little one. S he is truly a fighter and when Karen was over the other day Itty Bitty left my lap to go to her. I don’t know how to say thank you enough Karen.

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