Wednesday, April 20, 2011


Elvis came into rescue in February and had to have surgery to remove a "tumor" which turned out to be over a pound of debris in his stomach. He was eating anything he could to stay alive.

Look at him now! He is doing so well and is ready for adoption. He has gained two much needed pounds and is a happy little boy.

He sees well enough to get around (he had untreated dry eye for years, but now his eyes are doing great). He looks like he wants to know what you are up to!

His hair is coming in and he's a special little dog. I'm so glad he came into rescue to have a chance for a wonderful life.
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cby said...

YAY Elvis! Someone very lucky is about to have you sniff into their life.

If you are thinking about adding cinnamon to your daily routine, make sure it is CEYLON cinnamon. Indeed the benefits are manifold. I have it on my oats every morning, the Pekes on yogurt. Works wonders on dogs that have allergies or high levels of yeast.

lady jicky said...

Doesn't Elvis look fantastic and I think that naughty boy has been into the flower pots for I see some dirt on the ground behind him!! LOL

Nicky said...

Another amazing transformation and another special doggie given a new lease on life by PVPR! Elvis is just a doll!

Paladin2010 said...

Glad to see the Elvis has not left the building and is ready to start a new life. He looks like a happy little dog with a big spirit!

Paladin2010 said...

Looks like he is a little dog with a big spirit! Just like his namesake he will "shake, rattle, and roll"!

emilyp said...

He is so adorable!! I just want to give him hugs and kisses:)

Doris Sturm said...

Will he always have poor eye sight? Will it get better in time or will he eventually be blind?

Have you got a potential parent for him yet?

Doris Sturm said...


So sorry, I wanted to say that it's wonderful that Elvis has been rescued - poor little thing having to eat sticks and stones for supper! I can't imagine my own peke surviving any amount of time out on the streets! I know he'd not last long!

Great that he got rescued and been treated.

Linda said...

Elvis is still available for adoption. His sight won't get better, but now that he's getting drops for dry eye, he should be fine. He's a wonderful little boy!