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Edited by Redcarmoose - 10/9/14 at 3:25am
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Let me say I've never been a fan of little white dogs. For the longest time they never interested me, I was always into muscular specimens. However, something happened about 6 months ago which changed my opinion. A close friend of my Mothers has a little Shisu / Maltese which suffers from separation anxiety, from a young puppy her original owner would leave her on a boat where she'd be left without food, water or company several days at a time.

My Mothers friend decided to look after Penny for several years (Penny is now 12) but since changing his life style cannot tend to her every need. Penny's separation anxiety is quite a complex situation, she cannot be left alone for 1 minute without basically falling to pieces, her little heart pumps, her body temperature rises.

Also getting older now my Mother decided to babysit her from time time to ease the stress, in which I would visit her. As months went on Penny's stayed at my Mothers more than with her owner, so my Mother has in some ways now adopted Penny. When I visit Its nearly impossible not be become attached to her. She's not looking too bad for 12 years old either.


 


Edited by H20Fidelity - 10/25/14 at 7:13am
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Damn! How did I miss this thread???

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Let me say I've never been a fan of little white dogs. For the longest time they never interested me, I was always into muscular specimens. However, something happened about 6 months ago which changed my opinion. A close friend of my Mothers has a little Shisu / Maltese which suffers from separation anxiety, from a young puppy her original owner would leave her on a boat where she'd be left without food, water or company several days at a time.


My Mothers friend decided to look after Penny for several years (Penny is now 12) but since changing his life style cannot tend to her every need. Penny's separation anxiety is quite a complex situation, she cannot be left alone for 1 minute without basically falling to pieces, her little heart pumps, her body temperature rises.


Also getting older now my Mother decided to babysit her from time time to ease the stress, in which I would visit her. As months went on Penny's stayed at my Mothers more than with her owner, so my Mother has in some ways now adopted Penny. When I visit Its nearly impossible not be become attached to her. She's not looking too bad for 12 years old either.









I still can't get over how tough my little year old white puppy is. She tries to fight big dogs. She chases after roosters. She is fearless which is a good and bad thing. Still I got her at 5 months and I think she may have that separation disorder too. Still love her.
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I still can't get over how tough my little year old white puppy is. She tries to fight big dogs. She chases after roosters. She is fearless which is a good and bad thing. Still I got her at 5 months and I think she may have that separation disorder too. Still love her.



Penny will try to attack big dogs, only after they're a safe distance passed her. :tongue: 

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