It’s hard to resist a puppy, isn’t it? My name is Sunny and my name describes my personality. I am such a happy and sweet girl. I am an adorable little bundle full of silly puppy antics, kisses, and cuddles. I have some health issues that are being addressed and I am having surgery soon!
I was born with a congenital abnormality causing urine leakage. I have what is called an Ectopic Ureter. This means that the ureter(s) bypass the bladder and go from the kidneys right out the urethra. The constant leakage is similar to a dripping faucet. I require constant bathing and produce quite a bit of laundry! I am prone to urinary tract infections, so it takes a watchful eye and trips to the vet for testing. Normally puppies like me can wear diapers which helps from all the cleanup, but I am one smart little girl and learned very early on those diapers aren’t for me. I figured out how to get them off as quickly as possible.
The person that raised me realized I had a medical issue and contacted AGaG. I am so happy because AGaG has helped similar puppies in the past, so they know exactly what to do to help me and get me to the wonderful veterinary specialists who treat AGaG rescues. They have already been enlisted for their expertise to help me in my journey.
I was born on 10/16/21 and have had a great foster mom and doggy siblings to learn the ropes with and have been going to positive reinforcement obedience classes and I have to say I am the star of the class!
I am having surgery in April. It is not known what my future holds medically, and I could still have urine leakage even after the surgery depending on what else might be different with my anatomy inside.
I know that I will be so lucky when I get adopted, and my family will see how wonderful I am and I will provide so much love and fun to my forever family.
The answer to the opening question is. “Yes, it is hard to resist a puppy!” and I am no exception!! If you are ready to open your heart to a wonderful little girl, then I am your gal.
If interested please fill out our online adoption application form; please make sure you fill in every required field/question or your submission will not go through. Please note that we take time to learn as much as we can about each dog in our care and our bios are our current observations; we are unable to make any guarantees on the future health or temperament of your adopted dog. Most dogs in our care come with unknown pre-rescue history and as such breed and age estimates are an educated guess.