Saltillo, Coah.- Marcelito, the puppy that smiles when it is going to be photographed, had found an adoptive home after appearing in videos of the clinic veterinary where it is sheltered. On Wednesday, the dog was returned by his adopter. Marcelito he broke a flip flop, a hose and got on the grill.
“The ideal thing before adopting is to know what type of pet we are looking for”said Karla Barajas, a veterinarian at pet save. “It is valid to want a companion pet. There are many lapdogs that like to lie down, accompany you to see Netflixand there are dogs that are more active”.
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VANGUARD published this week the case of the smiling puppy, who after surviving the parvo virusdeadly disease in dogs, learned to smile and that characteristic had managed to give him a space in a family who was grieving over a geriatric pet.
The specialist explained that in the case of Marcelitoit’s a dog Creolewhich in the types of colors that it presents in its mantle, is a cross of grazing and requires families or individuals who are willing to do activities with him.
“If they are going to have him lying down or alone, there will be boredom spaces where he will look for something to play with. If he doesn’t have toys, if he doesn’t have walks where he can get that energy, if we don’t play with him, that energy accumulates and there will be moments when they will have energy surges, which naturally come out when we see them running for no reason, and It’s to balance.”
Karla Barajas stressed that for this reason prior interviews and home visits are important that veterinarians and rescuers do to adopters. Some people get upset, or to avoid these requirements they prefer not to continue the adoption process, but it’s just a question of both pet and family getting along in needs, she explained.
“Marcelito is ideal for young people or with children who like to walk in the park. Marcelito is a teenager, he has been around for eight or nine months, he brings all his energy and requires good management of it, having leisure time to avoid those undesirable behaviors for some people”.
The veterinary doctor said that in the case of adopted cats, each kitten has its own character and there the owners are the ones who end up adapting to the michi way of life.