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Mrs Beasley is a 11-13 year old Bichon. She was rescued from a mill 3 years ago. She has had multiple mammary tumor removals. Some were benign and some were cancerous sadly. She has been re-spay a few months ago as well. Apparently she had a piece of an ovary left which eventually caused a heat of sorts. She has recently had an eye removed due to an acute ligament rupture holding the lens in her eye. She ended up in the ER clinic in the city seeing an eye specialist. Her eye was removed and a silicone implant inserted . Initially you could not tell the difference..but it has started to grey a bit. I spoke with Dr Darby who called the eye Dr and he said it does happen with quite a few...so it is normal, non painful but now you can tell which eye had the issue:((



She has a significant history of severe separation anxiety which happily has stopped now. She also has skin allergies and takes hydroxyzine twice a day. She is hearing impaired as well. But all in all, in spite of her issues, she is a sweet playful lady. She sleeps on the people bed at night and is good as gold. She is still working on potty outside...and continues to be a marker..and will even mark the other dogs..which doesn't bother them near as much as it does me.



Mrs Beasley is a dear dear little tailless Bichon. She so deserves a nice quiet forever home..she is a great little dog who has suffered her entire life because of her breeding captors....her poor breeding and poor care has scarred her for life. All I can hope is we have made it up to her a little bit by the love she has had these last 3 years since her RESCUE!!!!!



For more information email me Eileen. I am her foster mom. We are located in Seneca Falls, NY



Mrs Bea and Eileen


Friday, May 15, 2009
Mrs Beasley has cancer. Her path report came back today. I had found a hard nipple..no mammary lump but a funny hard nipple. Dr Lindley said it was an infection and cleaned it and medicated it. But it was no better so when she went in for her Ovary removal I asked Dr Darby to double check it. He didn't think it was anything but took off the nipple and sent out just in case because I was worried. He did not do a mastectomy:((
The edges were clean and it appeared he got it all..as it was confined (we hope) to the nipple. I have to watch the area for any new lumps and he will do more surgery if needed. I have to say this will be the 3rd extensive surgery on her poor little mammary glands and the skin is pretty taut. I hate for her to have more surgery and feel OK at this point watching her.

Mrs Beasley still awaits her forever home
   Mrs Beasley is a 10+ year old female Bichon Frise, without a tail, that has been in rescue for over 3 years. She has come a long way since her release from the mill.She is absolutely adorable.

She has overcome her separation anxiety and now has settled right in with our household routine. She has overcome mammary cancer and dominance issues among her fur mates.

She is a happy ,fairly relaxed girl that often initiates the play bow and Bichon blitz around the house.She sleeps quietly on the people bed all night.

She does require Hydroxyzine for skin allergies but this has worked well for her.

She continues with some minor mill baggage..she will mark if not monitored but for the most part she is good in the house. She uses a dog door and goes out to potty. She is crated in my absence and often just goes in on her own and is asleep before I have even closed the door. She is clean now in her crate. This sounds like a little thing but she was the worst poop stamper and flinger that I have ever had here.This was due to her separation anxiety.

She walks fairly well on a leash and is not a biter. She does have some arthritis in her neck and takes meds when this is a problem. But she has not had an issue in a long time.But due to this she would not be a dog for a home with smaller kids.

If you have room in your heart and your home for this overlooked jewel of a pup, please e-mail me Eileen, for more info. Mrs Beasley is fostered in NY State.
cascade.ef@gmail.com

Waiting to hear from you,

Eileen and Mrs Beasley:))
 


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 I love to sleep on the big bed, and I do love to give kisses. Somehow though, my face keeps attracting dirt. FM says it is like a magnet, and I hate to have my face washed. I have this condition with my eyes that the Doctor says that my lower eyelid rolls inward a bit and the eyelashes are irritating my eyes causing them to water all the time. FM uses some medicine to help the irritation and it does feel better, but I squirm and squirm when she does it. I can be a handful but, I sure can be a loving pupster when I want to be. I can lay in your lap or beside you on the chair and be real quiet. I donít bark a lot, but I need a lot of attention to make me really happy. And I give GREAT KISSES
 My tummy and neck are all healed from my surgeries and my fur has grown back. I went to the groomer this week and was a real good girl. I even let her put a bow on my collar, imagine that!! I allowed FM to take some new pictures of me. I tried my best to cooperate, but everyone was outside and I didnít want to be the only one in the house so I kept looking at the door instead of at the camera
 My name is Mrs. Beasley and I am a female Bichon Frise who is between six and eight years old. The last time I was at the doctor, I weighed 12.6 lbs. I donít have along tail like most Bichons do cause it was cut off when I was in the mill, but I can still wiggle it. More like my whole butt wiggles when I get excited. I love to have my back scratched and my butt just goes from side to side.
 I had to have surgery this month. The doctor found four mammary tumors and I had to have them removed. I am all healed now and I feel just great. I just need to be watched to make sure no others grow, otherwise I am healthy as a horse. I came through the surgery like a champ. I was playing with my sisters the next day. FM put me in a special place called an x-pen so I couldnít get hurt. I didnít like being in there by myself at all and I sure let her know it.
 I love to sleep in the big bed and I can jump up and down by myself, I run and play with the others outside. I could spend all day out there, but FM says it is too hot to stay out very long and  we have to come inside to cool off.
 I am waiting patiently for my ďForever familyĒ to come for me. I am ready and I could have my suitcase packed in a hurry. If you want to know more about me, you can write to my FM at janesdixiedog@yahoo.org and she will tell you all about me.
 No new pictures this month. My bad brother ate the camera cord, and it is on back order.
Love Mrs. Beasley
My name is Mrs. Beasley and I am a female Bichon Frise who is between six and eight years old. The last time I was at the doctor, I weighed 12.6 lbs. I donít have along tail like most Bichons do cause it was cut off when I was in the mill, but I can still wiggle it. More like my whole butt wiggles when I get excited. I love to have my back scratched and my butt just goes from side to side.
 I had to have surgery this month. The doctor found four mammary tumors and I had to have them removed. I am all healed now and I feel just great. I just need to be watched to make sure no others grow, otherwise I am healthy as a horse. I came through the surgery like a champ. I was playing with my sisters the next day. FM put me in a special place called an x-pen so I couldnít get hurt. I didnít like being in there by myself at all and I sure let her know it.
 I love to sleep in the big bed and I can jump up and down by myself, I run and play with the others outside. I could spend all day out there, but FM says it is too hot to stay out very long and  we have to come inside to cool off.
 I am waiting patiently for my ďForever familyĒ to come for me. I am ready and I could have my suitcase packed in a hurry.
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