TRANSFER DATE 03-24-12 AVAILABLE WITH BONNIE BLUE RESCUE – This gorgeous husky girl came in to the Ouachita Parish Animal Shelter via animal control in early January and was not reclaimed by an owner. Lucky for Isis she was adopted after her stray hold but the poor pup was returned on January 19th after her adopter learned she had an injury to her leg. The odds of her being adopted again with a known, pricey medical condition were slim to none and Isis was pulled from the pound via the PAWS of NE LA Animal Shelter Rescue program.
Learn more about FHO procedures here: FHO PROCEDURES
Video taken before Isis’ FHO surgery: ISIS VIDEO
Isis had a bit of a limp and upon x-ray, we learned that her right rear femur was broken at the head (her hip ball/socket). To live a normal pain free life, Isis needed surgery. She had a “FHO” or femoral head osteotomy on January 20th. The broken head of her femur was removed and Isis will now be able to run, play and live like a normal pup. Isis is recovering in a local foster home where she is living with kids, other dogs and a kitten.
Isis is 10-12 months old and appears to be a purebred Siberian Husky. She is house trained, crate trained and good on leash. She has a goofy and fun personality and is happy to meet new people and try new things. She is a typical Husky so please research the breed before applying! 🙂
Take A Few Minutes To Read From One Website That Can Give You An Idea Of Their Needs For
Grooming, Training, And Personality: CLICK HERE
Here is a bite from the care section that is very important:
Feeding table scraps or food designed for human consumption to your Husky is not healthy for them. Please do not do this! Their digestive systems are not designed to metabolize foods of this type. Doing so will cause them to be tired, overweight, and could lead to serious health problems. If for any reason you need to change your husky’s diet, do so gradually.
[av_one_third min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”]
Application instructions: click the link below to apply for adoption of this dog.
Sponsored Dogs – They Need Your Help!