@lolafarmsandgardens offered chicken feet for my foster Gulab from their ethically raised, non gmo farm. They are my next door vendor at @diglocalnetwork . Come see them for eggs, best meats, kibble dribble and many more.
Gulab just enjoyed every bit of them. He says thank you.
My foster Gulab rescued by Poochies Pet Rescue, Inc. is often funny and goofy. Gulab is up for adoption from poochies pet rescue. Gulab came from Suwannee Animal shelter. He is in a foster home in Jacksonville Florida. He is a good boy. He loves his people unconditionally.
Gulab is 2 year old boy 35 lbs House trained Very people friendly Kid friendly Needs to be the only dog.
Don’t worry little brother I keep you safe and sound forever and ever. 💕🐾
-Benjamin Burton’s aka the loving butternut
Benjamin used to rest his head on my tummy while I was pregnant and now rests it on Chase and keeps an eye on him.
Some of you might wonder why Benjamin, Winslow and Walter have such unique looks and that is because all three boys have a RARE LYSOSOMAL STORAGE DISEASE called Mucopolysacchodosis type 6 also known as MPS VI. It’s a rare and progressive storage disorder which causes their short stature, unique looks and many and I mean many health problems as well as a SHORTENED LIFE EXPECTANCY of 2-4 years of age on average. This disorder is caused only when two parents are carriers of the gene defect and are bred. The disease is constantly changing their bodies and eventually will cause them to not be able to walk but all three boys have adapted to their changing bodies and love/loved life! Sadly there is no cure for this disease just supportive care and lots of TLC. Don’t forget to check out our STORE to help with Benjamin’s care! LINK IN BIO.
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