2011. január 9., vasárnap
The end of the year has come very quickly even though it felt like it was just started... It would have been nice to have a little break but the last week of the year was just as busy as the others. The best news is that Klotild moved to a new home. There are some uncertanties in her adoption but we hope that our microcephal, amorphous dachshund mix lady has found her final home after all. I would like to say thank you to the PiciBorzas's for having been her temporary family for such a long time.
It was not only Klotild who could spend New Year's Eve with its new family. Vonó moved to a new home near Kecskemét where he was waited a lot. We drove through a marvellous land in huge snow. Vonó will have the opportunity to explore everything around as he will be taken to fishing with his new owners, too. He passed the exam right: he was nice to the kids, did not hurt the cats and enjoyed being in the house, too. He is totally housebroken, balanced, trustable. He was lucky to have come into our care leaving all the bad things behind as now he can really experience what it means to belong to a real owner. Krisztin did a great job as his temporary family - thanks to her!
There couldn't have been the last week if there was no new dog... Lucy was a present to someone who didn't want to have a dog. The short-haired dachshund mix puppy came into our care - more precisely moved to the PiciBorzas's where there was an empty space after Klotild's adoption. I must say a huge thank you to them - again. I wouldn't have any other alternative as Lucy has a Trichophyton infection that needs extra treatment. She needs to be washed with a special detergent to cure her skin and that her fur can grow back. But otherwise she is a vivid little devil.
Two of our dogs needed to visit a specialist due to heart ultrasound examinations. We did not want to postpone these check-ups, it is always better to collect news in the same year, especially if there is a possibility that a young dog has something wrong with its hear. But it turned out that Palást has a heart totally healthy so he can have a long and happy life. He has a huge chance to remain at his temporary home but we shall see what happens after his castration.
The other dog that needed an ultrasound examination was Szuszék who had been found in awful condition in District III. Szuszék put on some weight at Ildi's and even though his walking is still insecure, he wants and is willing to move. His teeth are in so bad status that he has a special odour around him but at the moment an operation would mean too high risk... He needs to take two different type of medicines and we shall see how it effects his coughing and his being tired all the time.
Mindenkinek szeretném megköszönni a figyelmet, támogatást, szeretetet, amit 2010-ben adtak, és kérem, hogy 2011-ben is figyeljék munkánkat, védenceinket. Köszönöm!
I would like to say a huge thanks to all that followed, supported our dachshund rescue group in 2010 and I ask your attention and love for 2011, too. Thank you very much!