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Wild thing (Kiki, recently rescued Yorkie)


Kiki has a lot of health problems she’s overcoming and she has oversized canines that make her look like she has tusks, but she’s slowly starting to open up and show her spunky personality. She was rescued a few days before Christmas after spending a few months holed up in a house by herself while her owner was in hospice. The poor pup lost a lot of her hair and developed respiratory, eye, and ear infections and she has bumps all over her skin but she’s recovering quickly (aside from having breathing troubles still. Her teeth are in bad shape). She quivers a lot and keeps her distance from the other dogs most of the day but come 7 pm, she comes alive! She pops everything with her feet, growls, runs, and play bows, and throws her weight around, and the other dogs have no idea what to make of her! Lol She loves laying on her back for scratches.


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