I'm a very friendly pup, but tend to be a little shy when you first meet me. I like to bark at bigger dogs but once they get too close to me I run away. I guess you can say my bark is worse than my bite! I don't like loud noises at all and scare easily. I enjoy short walks and my absolute favorite pastime is going for car rides ... I even have my own car seat (safety first!)!! I'm easily distracted by anything and like to do whatever I want when I want ... yeah, I'm pretty much your typical furkid who is loved and adored by her pawrents!
I started this blog to share all the funny and random adventures that go on in my life. Please feel free to look around and don't hesitate to leave me a comment! If you want to know anything else about me, feel free to just ask. Enjoy!!
~*~ Jada Stats ~*~
Breed: Miniature Pinscher
Color: Black and Tan
Birthday: July 1, 2006
Weight: 7 lbs.
Weight: 7 lbs.
Food: Purina Veterinary Diets® EN Gastroenteric® Canine Formula (prescription)
Likes: Treats; squeaky monster toy; car rides; being center of attention; sleeping under blankets
Dislikes: Rain; walking in wet grass; being alone; loud nosies
I have had quite the ups and downs with my health. In October 2006, two months after mommy and daddy got me, I had my first rabies vaccine. What no one knew was that I was allergic to the liquid mixed with the vaccine and had a reaction leaving a hairless spot where the shot was given on my back right leg. Also, there were side effects to this including aloepacia (hairloss) around my eyes and ears and other spots on all over my body. This was quickly treated with medication. From now on, I have to have my rabies vaccine given deep in my muscle rather than just below the skin.In April 2007, due to not losing all my puppy teeth and adult teeth coming in crooked and crowding my mouth, I had 6 teeth pulled by a pet dentist ... YES! an actual, certified professional pet dentist! This included 2 adult canines and 4 puppy teeth. I now have to have my teeth brushed often, at least once every week.
In June 2007, I had my first trip to the Vet ER. This was due to bloody stool/diarreah as well as vomiting. My symptoms were treated with medication and fluids and the vet believes it may have been something with my pancreas, however, I would have to follow up with my regular vet. I had occassional flare-ups with these same symptoms and finally in October 2009 I was diagnosed with pancreatitis. I was put on a special prescription dog food and have to watch what I eat. No table scraps of course as well as easy on the treat consumption!