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Sunday, November 23, 2014

Meet Daisy, An Epi All Star, A Former Stray Who Needs Some Support ~and~ Our #LiveGibStrong Epi-Tip of the Day


Meet beautiful Daisy.


Missy Erickson and Andy Lakatosh are hu-parents to a Siberian Husky, Eva, they adopted from Alley’s Rescued Siberian Angels in California. Eva had had a broken front leg, and when she first came to live in her new forever home, her cast had just come off and she had little stitches in her leg. It only took a few months before she started walking on it, and now she is doing just great! Recently, Eva’s hu-dad, Andy, was leaving work when he saw a dirty, lonely Siberian Husky roaming around the town of Carson in California. The Husky reeked of urine and trash, but Andy’s heart could not leave the stray. So he brought her home, and even being so smelly and dirty, Daisy shown so much love and given hugs by this wonderful couple. 

Daisy with her new dad.
Andy and Missy gave her a bath, food and water, shelter, and love. For two weeks they searched for her family. Daisy is microchipped, but the contact phone number has been disconnected. Daisy’s medical records were traced, as she has been in shelters and rescues, and all her medical records ceased in February of this year. Apparently no one wanted this Husky girl.



No one has come forward yet for Daisy. No one apparently even misses her. According to the medical records they were able to trace, Daisy has Canine Epilepsy. However, being homeless, she has not been on any medication.
   
A few days ago, Daisy had her first seizure in her new home while lying on her adoptive hu-parents’ bed along with her new brother (who is a Golden-doodle) and her Husky sister, Eva. She then had another seizure, followed by yet another, and another. She’s had nine seizures in a 48-hour period. Her rescue parents brought her to the hospital where she was monitored for seizures and received medication adjustments. Missy also reached out to Alley's, who put her in touch with me to talk about resources and information available for living with and caring for an Epi-dog.


Daisy’s new mom and dad will not bring her to a shelter.
She is now a member of their family, and Missy and Andy want to help her get healthy and have a wonderful, happy life.


Being new rescue parents to a dog with special needs, they are in need of help to get Daisy on the road to stabilization so she can have a great life. They are currently fundraising so they can get all the tests, medications, and vet visits needed so hopefully Daisy’s epilepsy will become managed. For more information on



Daisy is now out of the hospital and back home to a very happy furbrother and sister. She is settling into her new home with two people who love her already!  One of her favorite things is to sleep in the pool!



Says her new parents Missy and Andy, “All we want to do is make sure this girl is healthy and lives the rest of her life happily. We can tell how unsure she is in trusting us at this point, but with evidence suggesting she's had over 3 different homes, been part of a rescue, and inside one of the worst animal shelters in southern California, we are not going to let her go back to a place where she would most definitely be euthanized.”



Daisy's new furfamily!
And, once again, my faith in humanity has been restored! It’s wonderful acts of kindness toward animals in need, like Missy’s and Andy’s that show the true spirit of the holidays all year round. So, if you know of someone or a business or organization who could help this once-stray Epi-Husky get all the help she needs, please visit HERE for more information, as well as their fundraising site.

And just like the flower of her name, this once abandoned Siberian Husky is blooming into a beautiful, loving member of a forever family...even with Canine Epilepsy. 



Beautiful family portrait:
Daisy with her new family - Hu-dad Andy, furbrother Dunkin, Hu-mom Missy, and fursister Eva.


"We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals."
~Immanuel Kant




My name is Daisy and I am a siberian husky with epilespy. I was found by my new mom and dad on October 27th, 2014, at the Stub Hub Center in Carson, California. My dad was working there, but he came outside and found me and brought me home. I was really dirty. I smelled of urine and garbage, and my coat was brown and black. But my new mom and dad petted me and hugged me anyways. They gave me a bath, gave me food and water, and made me a shelter, which they call a "husky hut".

Over two weeks, they searched for my old family. They found a microchip and tried to contact them, but their phones were disconnected. They found my old medical records through pet hospitals and animal shelters. I have been in a rescue and in animal shelters, but nobody wants me. Then they found out I was 9.5 years old and was on medication for seizures. My medical records stopped in February of 2014, and that's the last they know.

A few days ago I had my first seizure at home. I was laying on my new mom and dads bed along with my brother (a goldendoodle) and sister (a husky). But then I had another one at 2am that same night. And then I had another one again.

Over the past 48 hours, I've had more than 9 seizures in total, and my new mom and dad have brought me to an animal hospital where they are monitoring me for seizures and applying the correct dosage of medication.

My new mom and dad will not bring me to a shelter. They are willing to spend the time to figure out how to get me healthy, and help me finally live a happy life.

My new mom and dad were not prepared for the financial burden when I came into their life. They have already purchased my medication and paid a portion of my hospital stay, but the expenses are more than that. Please help if you can. I don't want to leave my forever home. - See more at: http://www.petcaring.com/pet-medical-expenses/a-stray-no-more-a-story-of-epilepsy-/43062#sthash.x5E4nXpl.dpuf
My name is Daisy and I am a siberian husky with epilespy. I was found by my new mom and dad on October 27th, 2014, at the Stub Hub Center in Carson, California. My dad was working there, but he came outside and found me and brought me home. I was really dirty. I smelled of urine and garbage, and my coat was brown and black. But my new mom and dad petted me and hugged me anyways. They gave me a bath, gave me food and water, and made me a shelter, which they call a "husky hut".

Over two weeks, they searched for my old family. They found a microchip and tried to contact them, but their phones were disconnected. They found my old medical records through pet hospitals and animal shelters. I have been in a rescue and in animal shelters, but nobody wants me. Then they found out I was 9.5 years old and was on medication for seizures. My medical records stopped in February of 2014, and that's the last they know.

A few days ago I had my first seizure at home. I was laying on my new mom and dads bed along with my brother (a goldendoodle) and sister (a husky). But then I had another one at 2am that same night. And then I had another one again.

Over the past 48 hours, I've had more than 9 seizures in total, and my new mom and dad have brought me to an animal hospital where they are monitoring me for seizures and applying the correct dosage of medication.

My new mom and dad will not bring me to a shelter. They are willing to spend the time to figure out how to get me healthy, and help me finally live a happy life.

My new mom and dad were not prepared for the financial burden when I came into their life. They have already purchased my medication and paid a portion of my hospital stay, but the expenses are more than that. Please help if you can. I don't want to leave my forever home - See more at: http://www.petcaring.com/pet-medical-expenses/a-stray-no-more-a-story-of-epilepsy-/43062#sthash.x5E4nXpl.dpuf
My name is Daisy and I am a siberian husky with epilespy. I was found by my new mom and dad on October 27th, 2014, at the Stub Hub Center in Carson, California. My dad was working there, but he came outside and found me and brought me home. I was really dirty. I smelled of urine and garbage, and my coat was brown and black. But my new mom and dad petted me and hugged me anyways. They gave me a bath, gave me food and water, and made me a shelter, which they call a "husky hut".

Over two weeks, they searched for my old family. They found a microchip and tried to contact them, but their phones were disconnected. They found my old medical records through pet hospitals and animal shelters. I have been in a rescue and in animal shelters, but nobody wants me. Then they found out I was 9.5 years old and was on medication for seizures. My medical records stopped in February of 2014, and that's the last they know.

A few days ago I had my first seizure at home. I was laying on my new mom and dads bed along with my brother (a goldendoodle) and sister (a husky). But then I had another one at 2am that same night. And then I had another one again.

Over the past 48 hours, I've had more than 9 seizures in total, and my new mom and dad have brought me to an animal hospital where they are monitoring me for seizures and applying the correct dosage of medication.

My new mom and dad will not bring me to a shelter. They are willing to spend the time to figure out how to get me healthy, and help me finally live a happy life.

My new mom and dad were not prepared for the financial burden when I came into their life. They have already purchased my medication and paid a portion of my hospital stay, but the expenses are more than that. Please help if you can. I don't want to leave my forever home - See more at: http://www.petcaring.com/pet-medical-expenses/a-stray-no-more-a-story-of-epilepsy-/43062#sthash.x5E4nXpl.dpuf
My name is Daisy and I am a siberian husky with epilespy. I was found by my new mom and dad on October 27th, 2014, at the Stub Hub Center in Carson, California. My dad was working there, but he came outside and found me and brought me home. I was really dirty. I smelled of urine and garbage, and my coat was brown and black. But my new mom and dad petted me and hugged me anyways. They gave me a bath, gave me food and water, and made me a shelter, which they call a "husky hut".

Over two weeks, they searched for my old family. They found a microchip and tried to contact them, but their phones were disconnected. They found my old medical records through pet hospitals and animal shelters. I have been in a rescue and in animal shelters, but nobody wants me. Then they found out I was 9.5 years old and was on medication for seizures. My medical records stopped in February of 2014, and that's the last they know.

A few days ago I had my first seizure at home. I was laying on my new mom and dads bed along with my brother (a goldendoodle) and sister (a husky). But then I had another one at 2am that same night. And then I had another one again.

Over the past 48 hours, I've had more than 9 seizures in total, and my new mom and dad have brought me to an animal hospital where they are monitoring me for seizures and applying the correct dosage of medication.

My new mom and dad will not bring me to a shelter. They are willing to spend the time to figure out how to get me healthy, and help me finally live a happy life.

My new mom and dad were not prepared for the financial burden when I came into their life. They have already purchased my medication and paid a portion of my hospital stay, but the expenses are more than that. Please help if you can. I don't want to leave my forever home - See more at: http://www.petcaring.com/pet-medical-expenses/a-stray-no-more-a-story-of-epilepsy-/43062#sthash.x5E4nXpl.dpuf

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