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Old 02-04-2018, 05:23 PM
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Meet miss Raven. our little rescued chi mix. She weighs A little over a pound and is slowly recovering from coccidia that almost killed her. She has finally started eating and drinking again to my great relief. She is the sweetest girl with A HUGE attitude, LOL. She puts my 80 pound Staffy in her place.
Thanks for having us. It's A big change going from our big dog to this tiny and fragile little lady. Looking foward to learning lots!




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Awww she's tiny and adorable.
I'm glad she is recovering and doing better.
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Wow! What a BIG sister/brother you have! I'm glad the coccidia is a thing of the past. Sometimes it ils hard to discover. Lots of puppies 'come' with this. I don't know if you know the breeder, but I'd let her know that this puppy was affected badly with this parasite.

I would not leave the two alone, just because a puppy can be terribly pesty, and the staffie may hurt her without meaning too. A pen is a great thing as it keeps puppy safe. We separated our sheltie (on the big side) and our chi's for a long time.
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Wow! What a BIG sister/brother you have! I'm glad the coccidia is a thing of the past. Sometimes it ils hard to discover. Lots of puppies 'come' with this. I don't know if you know the breeder, but I'd let her know that this puppy was affected badly with this parasite.

I would not leave the two alone, just because a puppy can be terribly pesty, and the staffie may hurt her without meaning too. A pen is a great thing as it keeps puppy safe. We separated our sheltie (on the big side) and our chi's for a long time.
She was a Facebook rescue. I don't even have the woman's name anymore. Poor love had coccidia tape worms and hook worms. It was a mess!!!!
Ivy is a good sister but we defintly do not leave the two alone. They're separated if not being supervised.

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Meet miss Raven. our little rescued chi mix. She weighs A little over a pound and is slowly recovering from coccidia that almost killed her. She has finally started eating and drinking again to my great relief. She is the sweetest girl with A HUGE attitude, LOL. She puts my 80 pound Staffy in her place.
Thanks for having us. It's A big change going from our big dog to this tiny and fragile little lady. Looking foward to learning lots!




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Wow! Coccidia is bad enough, but hookworms and tapeworms too; no wonder they almost killed her! Glad you rescued her and gave her the chance at a wonderful life.
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Aww she's adorable!! They both are. I love that picture of them cuddling together, it's always nice to see big and tiny dogs get along like that.
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Beautiful dogs and I am also at the stage of looking for such a wonderful creature
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