Bichon Frise
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It's hard to believe SUNNY is 12-17 years old (I know that's quite a spread but we have conflicting vet records). Sunny is a Bichon who was returned to us after his senior owners could no longer care for themselves. No matter the age, Sunny is a senior guy needs a little TLC. He has been on steroids most of his life for itchy skin and their long term use have caused some issues which we are monitoring. The plan is to keep him off steroids for four months and then test him for possible Cushing's disease (Basically, a disease where the body is making too much of its own steroids - a complete wash out is needed for an accurate test). His foster mom says, "If you are looking for a sweet, loving and peaceful dog, Sunny is your guy. This Bichon mix little guy needs a home to live out his golden years.He gets along well with other dogs and will ignore the attempts of affection from cats. He is happy to spend his days snuggled up on the couch but does also enjoy short walks. Sunny has use of his crate and will sleep through the night in it. He will for sure put a smile on your face " Sunny has been neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, heartworm tested negative and has had his annual senior wellness bloodwork. Interested families can apply at Senior dog experience a must ❤️ Adoption $150. 


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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