Pip is a 6 year old female Bichon Frise. Little Pip has come to us to find her forever home as she is no longer required for breeding. Pip is a tiny little girl who would like a quieter home without children and with owners who are around for most of the day. She must be re homed with at least one other similar sized dog who is gentle but confident to help show her the way. She is, as you would imagine, nervous about most things, time and patience will help her settle and to realise that nothing will happen to her. A few accidents should be expected whilst she settles in, her foster is working on her house training.
Pip arrived with terrible teeth and gums that were infected and oozing pus. This meant that she has had most of her teeth removed. Pip will cope fine with only a few teeth and is already feeling much better now all the rotten ones have been removed and her infection is being treated.
Pip also had a hernia which has been repaired and a mammary lump which was removed. All in all this little lady has been through the mill but is now being looked after and nursed back to health by her foster mum. She really is a remarkable little dog who will make someone a lovely pet. She has been neutered, had her first vaccination, and micro chipped. She is up to date with flea and worming treatment and the vet is happy with her other surgeries. She is currently on foster in Ewhurst Surrey.