Pumpkin is an unclaimed stray who we believe is approximately 5 years old and a Corgi mix. Her weight was 37 lbs when she arrived at the shelter and Pumpkin now weighs 27 lbs and feels fantastic. She had a severe urinary tract infection which had a root cause of bladder stones. Pumpkin had surgery to remove the stones and is completely recovered. She loves people, loves to play ball, enjoys walks and rides in the car. Pumpkin is a very happy dog and expresses herself. She is a good watch dog as she will bark to alert you if something is going on. We do not feel that she would do well with cats and she would be best as an only dog. Pumpkin has been with us for a couple of months now and would love to have a home to call her own.
PUMPKIN is a 5 year old female spayed Corgi mix about 34 lbs. She came to us as a stray with a serious urinary tract infection which resulted in a bladderstone surgery. She has fully recovered and may be on a special diet in the future. Like most Corgis Pumpkin is very vocal and expressive, so she barks at people and animals while on a walk for attention. She is a good watch dog with great hearing skills. A very affectionate dog who loves to play ball and would do best as an only dog. Good with children but no cats due to prey drive. Pumpkin has been in our shelter for a month and would love a foster home. Would be an appropriate dog for a senior with fenced yard and able to walk her a couple times daily.
Hi I'm Pumpkin, a real cute, female, 5 year old Corgi Mix. I'm a happy girl and can't wait to meet my new peops. Are you coming to see me this weekend? I can show you what a great pup I am and we can hang out together. I'm just tooo excited to meet you.
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Pumpkin's Bladder Stones -- Left are Calcium Oxillate Struvite bladder stones which can be caused by untreated urinary tract infection and/or diet. The larger ones are one inch in diameter and there were about 50 stones in this dog's bladder.
Here's a photo of Pumpkin. She had her surgery today which removed many bladderstones, large and small. She will be on antibiotics for a few weeks and then will determine if she will need a special diet in the future.
Thank you for all your prayers and support. Please continue to keep her in your thoughts and prayers.