This is NANUK

                                         

Nanuk is a young Husky who has had not only a horrible start to life but is in CRITICAL need of either finding a rescue to take him in or a forever home where he may receive the management care he desperately needs. Nanuk was found as a stray by animal control so is living at their shelter which is NOT a good environment due to their schedules being way too hectic to properly give him what he needs with individual care.

They are urgently asking for a rescue or forever home to step forward so he can thrive and get what he needs…much more individual time to feed him and work with him in a home environment.

Here is a video posted on SPARC FB page of Nanuk eating (you can a better idea of this adorable, handsome boy): https://www.facebook.com/320367627977172/posts/2582238461790066/

 

  • Current age: 1 year old
  • Current weight: 37.6 lbs
  • Dogs Current Status: Living at SPARC – the city shelter
  • Location: Santa Paula, CA
  • Shelter Name & Location: Santa Paula Animal Rescue Center (SPARC) / Santa Paula, CA
  • Contact info: 805.525.8609 / info@santapaulaarc.org or nickysparc@gmail.com (executive director)

 

Timeframe needed to find a home: ASAP and very urgent!!!

 

Medical information (spay/neuter, chipped, other health conditions if any, etc):

  • Neutered (7/19/18)
  • Microchipped (7/19/18)

 

Where and how did we get this dog: Brought in as a stray by animal control on 7/17/2018

 

Where and how ME was diagnosed:

Animal hospital (give name if known): Horizon Veterinary Hospital, Ventura, CA); he had

aspiration pneumonia

X-rays or barium study: x-rays

 

NOTE: Nanuk had aspiration pneumonia when they had him diagnosed and was given the proper meds so is doing really well.

 

Meds currently taken:

  • Metaclopromide 15mg BID twice daily
  • Famotidine 10 mg twice daily

 

Food brands and consistency (meatballs, milkshake, pureed, etc):

  • Eats a little more than a can of ID made into meatballs
  • Gets finger dabbed with baby food to keep him upright after eating; Kong Quest bones

have been sent and they will fill with 1 jar baby food, freeze then he can lick it instead of the dabs

 

Fed how many times per day in what position and timeframe:

  • Fed 3 times per day
  • Sits in a lined metal trashcan (we lift him into it), but also has a Bailey Chair
  • Stays upright 20 min after eating

                                                    

Hydration method and consistency (Knox Blox, SubQ, Thick It, etc):

  • LRS SQ 500 ML once daily
  • 40-50 cc daily too

 

Items that will go to the new home:

Health records if needed

 

Exercise preferred (if any) and level (high, moderate, low):  Low level exercise before and after feedings – walking only

 

Miscellaneous:  

  • Okay with children and other dogs
  • Reaction to cats is unknown
  • Leash trained and walks very well on it
  • Not housebroken
  • Crate trained
  • Likes to chew on bedding material and stuffed toys

                          

NOTES (any other pertinent information that will help you decide if you might be the safe, loving forever home):

From Jill: When reading through his information, PLEASE note he is living in the shelter so they do not have time to care for him properly but are trying. Since he was found as a stray, they would have no idea about the crate training, walking on a leash, or being housebroken again due to time constraints.

 

Created: September 7, 2018