Press Release - September 24, 2016
Porscha DeRossi has found her forever home!
We are thrilled to report that little Miss Porscha has found the perfect forever home with great loving parents and a cute little brother called Julian.
You can read Porscha's "Happy Tail" update here.
Meet 'Porscha DeRossi'!
Introducing Ms. Porscha DeRossi, a little (somewhat blonde) bombshell who likes attention on her terms and will charm you with her amazing ‘smile’ while on walks! Very quiet and seemingly food driven, she is a complacent girl who enjoys napping and outings with her furry foster brother. True to her famous namesake, she seems to prefer and be more comfortable with women. But she is also ok with nice men.
Ms. Porscha D is good with dogs and cats, and would do well in a nice and calm environment. She seems to have some "food possession" issues and would like to be left alone when she's working on her favourite chewy.
More to come on this little starlet!
You can now apply for this beauty here.
Update - September 6, 2016
Porscha has been in a wonderful and caring foster home, and has been receiving top notch care from her loving foster parents. Here is a list of some of the things that have been done for Porschato help her in her journey to better health and finding her forever home:
- Our wonderful friends at Barkingham Palace donated a much needed grooming session to shave off all her matted and stinky coat.
- She received a full panel blood work and got checked for everything, including parasites, heartworm, and a number of diseases. All came back negative, phew!
- She underwent an extensive dental surgery and got almost all her (rotten and infected) teeth removed. That girl must have been in so much pain and discomfort with that rotten moth!
- She was spayed.
- Her largest mammary tumour was removed and sent out for biopsy. Great news: it's benign!
- She has lost a couple of pounds and now looks healthy and happy. Her hair is growing out and is shiny and gorgeous.
Huge thanks to Dr. Iqbal and her team at Parkways Animal Hospital for all they do for our foster doggies. Without them none of this would be possible.