Lilly arrived into our care nearly 5 weeks ago, emaciated, scared and in a critical condition.
Her babies were just 6 weeks old, Lilly had developed mastitis which was left untreated, narcotic mastitis her stomach was riddled with holes where her skin was dying and severe infection had set in.
She was jaundiced, her life was in the balance.
We were advised that the 24/48 hours following admission were critical.
The wonderful team at Lagan valley vets have worked tirelessly she’s now ready to find a home of her own.
Lilly deserves a family to give her so much love.
Our vets have said
Tiger Lily is an absolute sweetheart who will steal anyone’s heart. A very special girl who deserves the best home. It is going to break my heart when she leaves us for her forever home but she deserves a life of luxury. Hopefully I can get some updates on her along the way.
Despite all she has come through she loves nothing more than love and affection! She enjoys sniffing food out of puzzles and balls. She is crate trained and settles very well. Lily would need to learn her basic commands, she is smart and food orientated so it shouldn’t be a problem.
Someone who could give her plenty of walks and playtime.
Despite all the treats and dinners she’s been getting she loves to nosey about for more so probably best to continue with a crate while being left alone. She does bark at men although seems content with them when outside of a kennel. I think a home without young children due to her unknown background and her high energy levels would be ideal.
Lilly has shown no interest in other dogs.
Can you help make Lilly’s future bright