Tinkerbell – 13 year old female Chinese Crested

Tinkerbell is a 13-year-old female Chinese Crested. Born on August 1, 2010, she is currently located in Ayr, Scotland.

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Little Miss Tinkerbell is a Chinese Crested who will be 14 in August this year and is totally blind and very hard of hearing. She came to us in April this year after being discovered sitting crying on top of her deceased owner.

Although we do not doubt she had been very loved, we think it would be fair to say that she had not been very well looked after and the poor little mite was in a shocking state.

We took her straight to the vets for emergency dental treatment, because as well has being rotten, her teeth and gums are also severely infected.

She had most of her teeth removed, a course of antibiotics and full blood work done and she is now a different little dog and as good as she is going to get. Her skin is covered in blackheads and pimples, which is apparently normal for her breed, but with regular washing, exfoliation and mudpacks, we are slowly starting to see the blackheads disappear.

Personality-wise she is just an absolute superstar and everybody that meets her false instantly in love with her. She is house trained and will bark to let you know when she wants the toilet toilet and also walks fairly well on a lead.

She is a little diva who will tell you when she wants attention and loves to sit on your knee and be cuddled nearly as much as she loves food!

Because of her age and condition, we are looking for a lovely quiet retirement home for Tinkerbell where she will spend the rest of her days being loved and cherished the way she deserves to be.

She can absolutely live with other dogs, but they must be of a calm and gentle nature and pose no threat to her, as being blind and deaf makes her very vulnerable.

Tinks travels well in a car, so can go anywhere for the right home, but her adopters must be able to do a meet-and-greet and collect her from Ayr in Scotland.

If you think you have a Tinkerbell-shaped space in your heart, and on your sofa, please hit enquire. A virtual home check and adoption donation will be required

Saving and Rehoming Strays
Saving and Rehoming Strays

For further details about adopting a dog from Saving and Rehoming Strays, please contact the rescue by emailing Katie@srs-scio.org

All dogs rehomed via this rescue will be vaccinated, neutered/spayed and microchipped. Home checks apply and full post adoption support is offered.

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