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 over 17 years. Lots of them have gone through our home. We have loved them all.
Mizmo wasn't supposed to go to the vet yesterday-- but he must have a sixth sense because he loves to go in the car. So, he LET ME KNOW that he was going, too. Okay!
Max went to have a check up. He's so thin that I just wanted some guidance on what was coming.
Mizmo was just glad he came along to get the attention. And he always gets attention at the vet-- they love him.
Where are my people who love me?
They're coming-- but they gave him a nail trim-- oh no! He does not easily cooperate for this. LOL
Minnie had another ear infection-- and she lost some weight. We know she's 14, and she's losing her vision. She's deaf, too. She has had some seizures, so we suspect a brain issue. But, she has become Mama Minnie here. She tells off Paddington-- and he listens! Wow.
Max is 12.5 pounds now-- he is existing on??? We are not sure how he's still alive. But, he is not in pain, he's eating (he just can't process the calories because of his kidneys), he wanders around, his tail is up. He's not ready to leave us. It will probably be soon, but...
Sebastian came into rescue in 2012. We were told her was old, and that he was a Peke. When I saw him, he was so neglected that we took him into rescue so he could die being loved.
He had other ideas. He had a haircut and medical treatment and he was much younger than we had been told. And he had no intention of dying anytime soon.
He was at Tiffany and Mike's home for fostering and he was so attached to them that they decided to keep him. They now run Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary and take care of the most unwanted -- it is a mission of love. Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary - Home
Sebastian was having trouble and he went to specialists for help. There were masses in both lungs and nothing could be done to help him. These are the hard times, when a rescuer must make a decision to let a dog go. But, Tiffany and Mike knew there was no other choice.
So, Sebastian left this world with love around him-- just as he had lived the past seven years. Run free now, sweet boy.