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GCCR Rescue No: 772
Emmy
  • Status: Foster
  • Birth Date: April 14, 2016
  • Age: 1 year old
  • Color: Blenheim
  • Gender: Female
  • Weight: 19 lbs
  • OK with other dogs?
  • OK with pre-teen children? Yes
  • Source: Owner
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Emmy is an active, energetic, excitable pup. She was an owner release, that got very good training. She is a lovable girl that absolutely has to be with you at all times. In her foster home when anyone leaves the house she will sit by the door and whine. Emmy prays! Yes she prays before mealtime, she lay’s down, head bowed and waits till you say A-men. Can’t be Amen, has to be A-men! She doesn’t like to drink water from a bowl, she prefers, the spigot from the bathtub, shower or hose. Yes she jumps into the bathtub when she is thirsty. Still trying to figure this part out? There is no privacy with Emmy, because she is either on you, near you, with you! Emmy will be going to OSU soon to determine why she fly bites and shakes her head. Update 8/10/17 Her trip to OSU helped us narrow down Emmy's seizure activity. We no longer feel it's PSOM or SM related. Emmy is on Phenobarbital, the meds have really helped her fly biting/head shaking episodes. We are now on a path of possible focal seizures, Emmy seems to have heightened and extreme visual and hearing senses. So we are adjusting meds as necessary, and we hope to continue the path of relief for this sweet girl.

Special Needs

Emmy's owners took her to a neurologist for symptoms akin to SM, Fly Catcher, and possible seizures. The neurologist recommended an MRI. GCCR is pursuing a diagnosis and treatment.


Available to Adopt