Bell ^


Bell ^ Status: Available

ID: 35274

Name: Bell ^

Breed: Pomsky (Pomeranian Cross Husky)

Age: 11 Months

Gender: Female

Adoption Fee: See below

Location: At Many Tears in
Llanelli, Carmarthenshire

If you are interested in adopting a dog that does not say it can be homed with a cat and wish us to cat test please let us know and we will be happy to do this.

28-10-2022 Bell has come to us from breeder and shortly after she arrived we realised she was incontinent.  She has been taken to see a specialist and sadly she has diagnosed with bilateral ectopic ureters and a life threatening liver shunt.  She is a beautiful, amazing puppy who has been exceptionally well socialised and loves everyone she meets but cannot be homed with cats. She is a happy pup and we desperately want to give her the chance to live the life she deserves.  At the moment she is a very confident, playful and cuddly girl and we want to do our best to enable her to have a long life full of love and fun but sadly the reality is that, if she does not receive the right treatment, she will not live to see adulthood. 
If you want to help us to help Bell, please consider making a donation towards her care. The surgeries will be expensive but we cannot put a price cap on her life or her soul. We want her to see her first birthday, her first Christmas, play in the snow and roll around in the autumn leaves for years to come.
Any donation no matter how small or large, will go directly to support Bell and give her the best possible chance of survival. Please let's all come together and save this wonderful puppy.

02-11-22 UPDATE

Bell is still going strong and taking every day in her stride as she is one strong girl. Bell would like to give you all a massive THANK YOU for the help, love and care that she is getting from so many of you amazing people. She absolutely loves her nappies she walks so proud with them on and looks amazing in them.
Bell is currently on antibiotics and has to be for another 6 weeks before she goes in for her surgery just so she has the best chance of making a full recovery which I’m praying for every day.  She really is worth this one amazing chance that she has been given to give her an amazing happy ending to her heartbreaking start in life.  This litte lady is loved dearly so from me, Many Tears and our beautiful litte Bell we truly thank you all for being such heroes and giving this girl that chance she needs and deserves

26-01-23 UPDATE

Bell has now been spayed and is doing really well. This week we will reduce her medication and monitor her closely to make sure everything is ok. Bell is an inspiration to everyone that she's met. Around 6 months ago she was very incontinent, after many conversations with our vet we thought it was in Bell's best interest to see a specialist vet to see if we could fix her. After days of being with a specialist and a lot of investigating it was found that Bell had a liver shunt.  She has never shown any symptoms of this and to us she was a happy outgoing puppy.
Before Bell came home we were told she would not see her first birthday if surgery wasn't carried out, so we went ahead and had this done and it all went better than we could have hoped for. When scans were done on Bell they showed she had a small bladder which didn't help to her incontinence, but after her surgery and medication this has reduced massively leaving a drip or 2 in 2 hours which was 100% better than it was and she hardly leaks at all and it's becoming less and less.
Bell is nappy trained and will happily live a normal life wearing her nappy.  As surgery for incontience is only 50% successful we have decided against further surgery as Bell has been through so much already.
Bell continues to be the best ever! She is super confident, walks on a lead, can be an only dog and can also be homed with dogs of all sizes.
Bell LOVES all children and people and can't contain herself when she see's either.  She jumps up and gets VERY excited! She loves long walks, walking through town and seeing lots off different people. Bell has been through a lot, there must be a home out there for this little dog. She is absolutely amazing and everyone that meets her loves her!  

19-02-22 UPDATE
Bell has very sadly been returned after a short adoption.  The other dog in the home did not take to her and Bell will also eat anything she can find so we are muzzle training her to ensure she is safe from eating anything she shouldn't.  She is very sad to be back and we are hoping her stay here won't be too long.  Bell eats Arden Grange canned sensitive food and this is what she needs to stay on.  If homed with another dog it needs to be as active and playful as Bell as she is very playful with other dogs and would love a home with another but she could also be an only dog if she was regularly socialised with others.  She knows how to sit but can be a little mouthy so any children need to be very dog savvy,  Bell leaks very little now but at night or if she's allowed to sit on the sofa she does still wear a nappy but she is more than happy about this as it's what she is used to.  If you are the special adopter who can offer our special girl the perfect home either with or without another dog, please put in your application form asap.

04-03-22 UPDATE

After all Bell has been through she has come out a beautiful, playful and gentle little soul. I can't understand why she is still with us and it would be such a shame to see her spend her first birthday here. She is people orientated and she would make a great only dog. She can be homed with other dogs as long as they are playful (Bell gets on amazingly with puppies) and as outgoing as her. She has ongoing dietary requirements and can still leak a little (but is nappy trained). She walks great on a lead and her Husky side would like to walk forever, whilst her Pomeranian side comes out when she cozy up to you and just wants fuss. I hope this cute fluffy ball of energy can break free to the right home and be the best pint sized husky she was meant to be!

 If your application is successful you will be home checked and you, all members of your family and any dog(s) who will be living with the dog MUST come to meet the dog you want to adopt. All our dogs are micro-chipped, have had at least their first inoculation and are spayed/neutered unless there is a medical reason for not doing so. You must have a safe means of transporting the dog home in a crate or if this is not possible please discuss with Many Tears or the Fosterer when your application is being processed.


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