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Pauline, Hope, Hannahちゃんは既にフロリダに移動したようです。

Paulineちゃんはゲインズビルの一時預かり宅、Hannahちゃんはディーさんのパートナーでもあるトレーシーさん宅、Hopeちゃんはディーさん宅にいるようです。

ペネロペちゃん、トーマス君はまだ病院におり、移動の手段・アドバイスを現在も待っているそうです。当初予定されていた移動ですが、ミルドッグの移動には気をつけなければならないこともあり、一時的にキャンセルになった模様

Paulineちゃんはフィラリアの他に、耳などの感染症、絡んだ毛を刈った結果、肘の部分が擦れていたこともわかり酷くならないように対策を取っているようです。
今ではお腹がすいたというサインも見せているようですし、【足りない】という表情も見せるそうです。

これこそキース!たくさん食べて栄養をつけて欲しいですね。

ディーさんが座ると隣に座り、お腹を良い子いい子されることに慣れるまで時間はかからなかったようですし、手を止めるとディーさんの腕を両手でおさえ、ペロペロしたようです。ディーさん曰く【ペロペロ攻撃タイプ】だとか・・

Hannahちゃんは少し大人しく、また怖がりさんのようです。当初居た病院では足に支障があるような話はなかったようですが、少しびっこを引いているようで、もう少し今の環境に慣れ、落ち着きを戻したらトレーシーさんが病院に連れて行き検査をするようです。

痛みがあったり、不快な箇所があればイライラしたりして人間から見ると良くない態度を取ってしまうこともあるのでしょうが、これは人間も同じですよね・・
頭痛が酷ければ笑顔も出ませんし、痛い箇所があれば眉間にしわもよりますしね・・

Hopeちゃんはディーさん宅にいます。チャディー君・ホワイトソックス(猫)とも会い、
気になるものの、悪い意味で執着はないようです。チャディー君のご飯、鶏の胸肉が気になる様子のようです。まだ環境に慣れていないこともあり隅っこでみんなの様子をこわごわ見ているようです。もう少し落ち着いたら写真を撮り、投稿するとのことです。写真撮影も今のキース達には相当のストレスになるようですね。

あと2匹のキース達を無事にキースホンド飼いのフォスター先に入れるまではディーさんも胸をなでおろすことは出来ない様子です。今は何もかも不安で問題行動などもあるのかもしれませんが、まずは治療優先、そして健康な体を取り戻せればまた良い変化があると思います。


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Update on SC puppy mill kees from Keeshond L.

Dee posted the below. I am hoping that Thomas and Penelope will be able to be in foster care soon.

Wednesday July 28

Tracy King picked up the three girls today, Pauline, Hope and Hannah. They
are all now in Florida. Tracy spent some time evaluating Thomas and Penelope
at the clinic. She feels they are doing well. Thomas was very assertive, a
cute little Mr. Macho Man stud dog. Penelope was shy and retiring. We've had
all of their veterinary procedures completed that we can at this time. They
are now in a holding pattern. We still need help and suggestions to get
these 2 out of Atlanta and going north. If you have any helpful suggestions,
please privately email me. We could use some help to get these two out of
Atlanta and into Chattanooga or Nashville. One driver would be preferred,
since these are mill dogs and require EXTREMELY special handling. I cannot
truly relax until all of these Kees are in the hands of Kees people. :) We
had previously arranged for them to be transported by this vet in Georgia,
but she has backpedaled on her transport protocol, so we can no longer use
her for that transport to Connecticut.

I'm going to take some liberties and post this info from Cher Hill, who has
Pauline in foster care in Gainesville. This is a VERY good start for
Pauline. Pauline had already spent over a month in the first vet's office
because she had several issues that required immediate attention...her ear,
her skin, her heartworms, etc.

Pauline is on doxycycline for the heartworm. She also has an issue with
her ear that I have drops for. She is dark, like my Rose was. She is also
shaved and what fur she does have is thin. She is underweight but I think
not as much as I first thought., Looks thinner than she really is because
......no fur. Still a few lbs should go on easily. Her elbows are bare
of hair, clean and pink. She has a thick folded quilt in her crate so she
won't have pressure on them.

When I went to get her out of the van, I brought Morgan. They greeted
through the crate, then I let her out (on leash of course both of them).
They did fine. Then, I was led quite forcefully by Pauline, to the door.
She entered to a burst of barking that still has my ears ringing. They are
still barking at odd intervals but not nearly as bad. There are still a
couple of them that have not properly met her. I'll let things happen a
bit slowly. They know she's here. She doesn't seem afraid of anyone.

Two of the cats have sort of been "in her face". Not in a bad way, they're
just curious (and not terribly bright). She has mostly ignored them.
She is curious. I let her walk around and check things out. At one point,
she went to the door. I led her away, and she looked around some more.
Then she went to the door again. I took her out and almost as soon as she
hit the grass she was squatting. She did this a couple of times and did a
BM. Good Girl!!!

She was ready to go back in at that point. Now she was also giving me
indications she was hungry and I rather thought that she may not have had
anything much since she's been on the road a good part of the day. BTW.
If you haven't already opened the bag of the food they came with...... it
STINKS OF OLD FISH!!!. WHEW! It won't break my heart to switch to
something else. I'll do some checking around this weekend. .See if I can
find something comparable......and less stinky.

After she ate (and acted like I hadn't given her nearly enough) she came
back out of her crate. I sat on the couch and she joined me, lying by my
side. It didn't take her long to relax and enjoy a gentle belly rub. At
some point I stopped and she grabbed by arm in both front paws and licked
it. She's very much a licker.

As I write this, she is under the desk at my feet. Halo (one of the poms)
is lying a couple of feet away, keeping this new one is her sight. Morgan
is in her spot in front of my bedroom door. The others are in crates No
one is barking at the moment. That, of course, will change as soon as I
get up and she follows which will be in a little while. I will do the
doggy shuffle, put the ones that sleep in their crates in, give out the
cookies and go to bed, hoping that no one will bark most of the night.

And so the adventure begins. Somehow, I think she's going to take
everything in stride. I expected a scared, shy dog. One who had had
little to no friendly handling. Well, for a dog who's lived the way I
suspect she did, she's doing just fine!

Hope you're little one settles in well. I'll get some pictures soon so
we'll have "before" and "afters".


Thursday a.m. Jul 29

I have Hope. She is huddled in the space between my loveseat and pass
through counter...when she's not in her crate. She's piddled two times
outside, which I take as great progress. I have hope. :) She likes Chaddie's
chicken breast. He's not overly fond of sharing, but he's been a gentleman,
thus far. She's very small, afraid, rather smelly, and likes reclining on a
pillow. I have hope. :) Not doing too much to stress her out, but this is
not a quiet place, so she'll have to muddle through. I'm extraordinarily
tired today, and still trying to find a way out of Georgia for the other two
Kees. I think of the three that Tracy picked up yesterday, Pauline is
getting by far the best grade. She's with Cher in Gainesville. Hannah is
teeny tiny and is in Clermont with Tracy. Her behavior is very reflective of
Hope's, I'm afraid. But, we have hope...they'll get better! No pictures yet.
Still too stressed for that. She did meet White Sox, our senior kitty, and
was very respectful of him.

Hope spent the day in her little hide-a-corner. We went outside around 11:00
for a final potty run, but she was having none of it.

I spoke with Tracy about Hannah today. Hannah is much the same in behavior
as Hope. She was flattened out like a little flying squirrel when Tracy and
I meet in Leesburg for the pickup. Very frightened little girl. Tracy said
she gravitates toward her dogs and wants to be near them. Tracy has also
noticed a very distinct limp once she got Hannah to walk and not grab onto
the ground for dear life. She's had to carry her a lot. Neither of the other
two vets in Georgia provided this information. Tracy will be taking Hannah
to her veterinarian when she's a bit more settled and we'll try to find out
what is going on with the leg.

Friday July 30 a.m.

We left Hope "out" in her little hide-a-corner last night. She came into our
bedroom at 6:30 to wake up Chaddie and me with her little nose. He grumbled.
I asked, "What's going on?" in a very sleepy voice. Hope didn't run away, so
I got up and took them both outside. She had piddled in the hallway, so she
didn't go potty outside, but she did run around on the long lead for quite
awhile. She met Trixie from next door; she didn't meet Trixie's dad, Roger,
but she didn't run away from him either, so another good sign! When we came
back in, I saw that she had eaten all of her dinner from last night. Another
good thing! She's back in her hide-a-corner on her pillow, intently
observing our activities. Very HOPEful signs this morning, I think!

So, please keep all of these little sweethearts in your thoughts and
prayers, and in your budget if you can. Just $5 gets heartworm protection
for a month! No contribution is too small for these darlings.

I'll keep you updated as much as I can.

Thank you all so much for all of your care! It is YOU who has made it
possible for these sweet little Kees to start forward on a brand new
life...a real Keeshond life.

Dee

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