Update 24/7: Ben had the second vaccine today and treated with REVOLUTION (protection against heartworms, fleas and other parasites), weights 4.6KG
Update 15/7: Ben has grown, he's now bigger. A bit manja and likes to bite things. Although we've given him a lot of toys, still he likes to bite other things from time to time.
Update 25/6: Ben had the first vaccine today, and has weaned. He's now on kibbles (I soften them with goat milk), weighs about 2.1kg, a very healthy boy. I bought a pet litter box for him and he's fully toilet-trained.
Update 14/6: I found that he pees and poops on the newspapers. He may somehow be trained previously or just does it by instinct! So, I made a little indoor toilet for him (a litter box with newspapers on top), but sometimes he fails to target precisely.
-------------- A male puppy rescued on 10/6. Saw him wandering alone near our house so we took him in. He was full of fleas and ticks when we rescued him, we used Frontline spray to clear all of them, he's now ticks & fleas free. Visited the vet on 11/6. The vet said he's about 3-4 weeks old (probably born in mid-May) and in healthy condition. He was dewormed. He is being fed by Midalac goat milk every 3 hours, so adopters must be very patient and are not full-time employed. He's too young to take vaccines, the first vaccine can only be done when he's 6 weeks old (after 24/6 as advised by the vet). We are currently fostering him, please get in touch if interested. Also, we have two female puppies who are up for adoption (about 4 months old), please check them out on Petfinder (Stout and Kancil).
My brother and I are self-funded independent rescuers so we charge a small amount of adoption fee to cover some expenses, and also to remind adopters that these furkids do not come for free. If you adopt, please love them forever. Thank you for your understanding!