Must Love Pekes is a blog for those who love Pekingese, their looks, their antics, their personalities. It is written by me, Linda, and I have been rescuing Pekingese for 14 years. Lots of them have gone through our home. We have loved them all.
Monday, September 22, 2014
I love the seniors. Smuchie above, is 7, not really a senior, but he has come through his heartworm treatment and is ready for adoption. I think 7 is just middle age for a Peke.
Little Girl is a senior-- she's about 11 we think. She's so sweet and loving. She has some frosting on her face. It doesn't stop or diminish the amount of love she has to give.
Sweet Henry!! He was so neglected and now is improving every day. He is 9-11, and so happy. He wags his tail all the time! He loves dogs, cats, people. He is just a love bug!
Koko is going to be 8 in October. That's not old. She does take seizure medications though. She loves her meds-- or maybe it's the peanut butter they're in. She hasn't had a seizure for a long time and would enjoy a family of her own. She likes to sleep on the end of the bed and comes up sometimes during the night just to make sure you are there.
Lulu Bea was bred over and over (5 times) before the owner gave her up. She went to live with the father and he lost his job, his house and Lulu needed help. She is 8 years old and just wants to be loved. She really loves men.
McKenzie was an owner turn in, at about 11 years old! He had terrible bladder stones and has had surgery to fix all that. He would love a place that's just for him. Isn't he beautiful?!
Pepper's family took her to a shelter-- I don't think people realize that owner-turn ins are the first to be euthanized. But, we got Pepper out of there. She has some limits on her vision, but you can see from this picture that she does just fine! She loves to play with other dogs or just cuddle with her foster mom and dad. She is about ten years old.
Piglet is about 8-9 years old, and a small one. His owner died and she was put on craigslist by the family. No place for a Peke! He is so loving and easy going.
Gus (Gustopher) is another whose owner could no longer care for him as she got older. The son brought him to a shelter. He is very nice and loving. He's going to have a dental and have his eye folds reduced and then he's ready to go!
WE HAVE MANY OLDER ONES-- THEY HAVE "FROSTED FACES" BUT SO MUCH TO GIVE. IF YOU CAN GIVE ONE OF THESE SPECIAL ONES A FOREVER HOME, PLEASE LET US KNOW. THEY DESERVE A SPECIAL HOME TO LIVE OUT THEIR LIVES. We can make adjustments on their adoption fees-- we just want them to have wonderful homes.