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Animal Details
7Mths 3Wks old Siberian Husky Mix
Weight: 26.8 lbs
Sex: Spayed Female
Location: Animal Community Center - Milpitas
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About me
Personality: Juniper is a happy dog that is waiting for their forever home! They can be jumpy and excited when meeting new people, so it's good to reward them for keeping all four paws on the floor. They're very energetic and would make an excellent running or hiking partner. With their energy, they would benefit from plenty of physical and mental exercise.

History: They came to us from San Jose animal shelter

Dog Skills: Juniper loves to play with other dogs.

Leash Skills: Juniper pulls while walking on a leash and would benefit from the use of a front clipping harness.

Medical:This puppy has been diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease and also possibly a condition called lymphangiectasia (abnormal flow of lymph in the intestinal tract leading to leaking of protein-rich lymph). This diagnosis was made from multiple intestinal surgical biopsies. This puppy has soft stool and previous low protein levels in her blood because of these underlying intestinal conditions. We have placed her on a hypoallergenic diet called Royal Canin Hydrolyzed Protein that is approved for growth in puppies. This diet trial should continue for 4-6 weeks at a minimum and should be the ONLY food she is fed. If the patient improves on the diet, they are typically fed this diet for the remainder of their lifetime. The adopting family is encouraged to continue feeding the Royal Canin HP diet ONLY until they are able to discuss this condition with their family veterinarian. This will likely be a life long medical condition that will require management for the rest of this patient's life. Additional treatments prescribed by your veterinarian may be needed in the future if diet alone is not controlling her clinical symptoms. Any further medical expenses sought out after adoption will be at the cost of the adopter.