Prepare yourself, because here comes Phyllis! Ahead of her first birthday, Phyllis was surrendered due to a GI diagnosis. We're not sure if she actually has any GI issues, but we're more than happy to help her out. After a trip to the emergency room, Phyllis is feeling much better and is transitioning into her foster home.
Being in a new place can be scary for a dog, so she is showing signs of separation anxiety. Little Phyllis is letting her foster mom know when she's stressed out by doing that classic Frenchie wail. We're sure she'll settle in in no time and begin to show her personality. Foster mom reports that she is very food motivated and incredibly friendly with kids and other pets. In her previous life, Phyllis lived with a large dog and cat and loved to play with them. Phyllis will fit right into a home with other pets and children.
Even though she just moved into her foster home, Phyllis has already developed a local fan club. Two of her admirers, have been showering her with gifts! Is it ever too early for a girl to be spoiled?
Before her adoring fans (and we're sure there are plenty!) can send in applications, Phyllis will need some sponsors to help with her care. Please click on the link above to donate and send her some fan mail as well!
A little gift to help Phyllis get settled into foster. Colleen Susan Gardner
Phyllis, you are such a sweetheart and live so close to us. Sending love and some support!! Xoxo ;) Erin Collins
A little something to help cover your emergency room visit, or better yet to spoil your rotten! Can't wait until you are ready for adoption! Love, The Schmitt Family 3
We cant help it. . . we had to throw in a little more for you Miss Princess Phyllis! We hope you are doing well and are still being spoiled rotten! Love, The Schmitt Family