Rhianna is a rescue from the group I volunteer with, Central Ohio Pom Rescue. She is being fostered by Catherine Krzywicki, the animal rescuer who recently had a house fire. Rhianna was not impacted by the fire and is doing great. But she is still, amazingly, looking for a home!
Here’s more info on this adorable little pom from COPR:
Rhianna is about 8 years old and around 19 pounds. She has never met a toy or a person she doesn’t love (although shy at first meeting, she warms up sooner than soon). Like most Pomeranians, Rhianna thrives on attention and proves it by being the most loving of lap dogs, with very little need for exercise or play — although she’s leash trained and walks well on a leash. Good with older, considerate children and with other dogs, she’s fed separately from the ones in her foster home, since she tends to protect her food.
A diabetic, Rhianna receives 4 units of insulin twice a day to keep her safely maintained. (A box of needles and a bottle of insulin cost a mere $37 at Walmart and lasts approximately 6 weeks). For more info on Rhianna, visit: http://www.ohiopomrescue.com/animals/detail?AnimalID=7770772
Also – there is a fundraiser this Sunday for Catherine at West Park Station. For $20 you will get unlimited beer, wine, pizza and wings! There will also be raffle for baskets and services donated by generous local businesses.
Find out more here: https://www.facebook.com/events/401733606681638/