SHORKIE terrier 
 CHEE-KEE
 DOB: 6/2/13
 Reg:        no reg.
 Gender:   female
 Color:    black
 Size:      under 6 lbs.
 Price$375.
 CASH SALE ONLY 
 Available: now
 NO CHECKS ACCEPTED


    * All pedigree pups are supplied with a CKC registration.  No AKC reg's are available. Pups have a 1 year warranty against inherited or congenital defects that are life threatening


    * We accept deposits of $200.00 or more on pups under 8 weeks old.  No deposits accepted after 8 weeks old unless arrangements are made earlier.   Purchased by Pay pal, or cash for shipping or pick up.     Balance to be paid at time of booked flight or pick up.   All transactions must be completed within 5 business days.  I don't board dogs.   If you purchase a pup and need to board it before taking it home please find a kennel in your area for this.          

     
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These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.
"Keep your lives free from the love of money and be content with what you have, because God has said, "Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you." So we say with confidence, "The Lord is my helper; I will not be afraid. What can man do to me?""
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Greed unchecked by moral restraint will create a nation of paupers and kings, it is our duty as citizens to restrain the wealthy from behaving in a way that is helpful only to themselves and harmful to the majority.

 Psalm 145:8-9
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The LORD is gracious, and full of compassion; slow to anger, and of great mercy. The LORD is good to all: and his tender mercies are over all his works.

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Dogs for Allergy Sufferers

Because all dogs have a protein in their saliva and dander (flakes of dead skin) to which some people may be allergic, there's no such thing as a hypoallergenic dog. Yet some dogs do produce less dander, while others shed less and so don't drop as much dander-laden fur around the house. A few dogs that allergy sufferers may consider include schnauzers, poodles, bichon frises, and Portuguese water dogs.
Psalm 37:23-24
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Your laws ignore our deepest needs,Your words are empty air.You've stripped away our heritage,You've outlawed simple prayer.Now gunshots fill our classrooms,And precious children die.You seek for answers everywhere,And ask the question "Why?"You regulate restrictive laws,Through legislative creed.And yet you fail to understand,That God is what we need!


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Greed unchecked by moral restraint will create a nation of paupers and kings, it is our duty as citizens to restrain the wealthy from behaving in a way that is helpful only to themselves and harmful to the majority.
 Shorkie Tzu
 DOB: 01/11/15
 Reg:       
 Gender:  male
 Color:   Blk/tan
 Size:    8-10 lbs
 Price:   $400
 CASH SALE ONLY 
 Available: Mar 11,   2015
 NO CHECKS ACCEPTED
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352-796-8355

 
 Shorkie Tzu
 DOB: 01/11/15
 Reg:       
 Gender:  male
 Color:   Blk/tan
 Size:    8-10 lbs
 Price:   $425
 CASH SALE ONLY 
 Available: Mar 11,   2015
 NO CHECKS ACCEPTED
 call
352-796-8355

 
 Shorkie Tzu
 DOB: 01/11/15
 Reg:       
 Gender:  male
 Color:   Blk/tan
 Size:    8-10 lbs
 Price:   $450
 CASH SALE ONLY 
 Available: Mar 11,   2015
 NO CHECKS ACCEPTED
 call
352-796-8355

 
5 Diseases That Cause Blue Eyes in Dogs



By Dr. Becker

Most veterinary offices receive calls now and then from a concerned client whose dog's eyes have turned blue.

There are actually several conditions that can create a blue haze that partially or completely covers the front of the eye, including the following five.

5 Diseases That Cause Blue Eyes in Dogs

Nuclear sclerosis. Nuclear sclerosis, also called lenticular sclerosis, can cause the pupils of your dog's eyes to take on a cloudy bluish-gray appearance. The condition is also seen in humans and horses.
This condition is a normal change to the lenses of the eyes that typically occurs in dogs over the age of six. It usually develops in both eyes at the same time, and the good news is, it isn't painful. Because nuclear sclerosis comes on gradually, your dog should be able to comfortably adapt to any minor changes in vision that occur.

Cataracts. Cataracts form a blue cloud of varying degrees inside the capsule that holds the lens of the eye. Cataracts can progress very slowly over many years or they can come on very quickly, leading to blindness within a few days or weeks.
Cataracts in dogs are often inherited. They can also be caused by diabetes, toxicity from drugs and pest preventives, another underlying eye disease, trauma to the eye, nutritional deficiencies in puppies, and as part of the aging process.

If your dog is diagnosed with cataracts, less troublesome ones will be rechecked periodically to see if they're progressing. Sometimes anti-inflammatory eye drops are prescribed. But if your pet's vision is affected, her quality of life is compromised, or the cataracts are progressing rapidly, surgery is sometimes recommended to restore vision.

Glaucoma. Glaucoma is a condition in which there is increased pressure within your dog's eye. The fluid produced inside the eye isn't draining properly, which causes a buildup of painful pressure within the eye. If the fluid buildup (which is what causes the cloudy blue appearance) and pressure are left untreated, they will cause the eye to enlarge and become misshapen, and the eventual result will be irreversible blindness.
In pets, glaucoma is either primary or secondary. Primary glaucoma is inherited and typically starts in one eye, but in most cases it will eventually involve both eyes. Secondary glaucoma occurs when other eye diseases are present, including uveitis, advanced cataracts, cancer of the eye, lens displacement, and chronic retinal detachment.

Treatment will depend on the cause and severity of the disease. But the goal is always to alleviate the pressure inside the eye as quickly as possible by reducing the production of aqueous humor and increasing drainage from the affected eye. Unfortunately, medical treatment of the condition is not nearly as successful with pets as it is with people. Long-term control of primary glaucoma in a blind eye is usually removal of the eye. As awful as it sounds, it actually provides the very best relief for the dog.

Corneal dystrophy. Corneal dystrophy is an inherited, progressive condition that usually affects both eyes. Fortunately, it isn't painful, and normal vision may not be affected. There are three types of corneal dystrophy, depending on the location: epithelial corneal dystrophy, which affects cell formation; stromal corneal dystrophy, which causes the cloudy blue appearance; and endothelial corneal dystrophy, which affects the cells of the lining of the cornea.
Stromal corneal dystrophy usually does not require treatment. Endothelial corneal dystrophy is sometimes treated with contact lenses over the eyes. Epithelial corneal tags, when present, may be removed. Another treatment option for endothelial corneal dystrophy is flap surgery of the conjunctiva. Corneal transplants are performed occasionally, but the results are inconsistent.

A dog with corneal dystrophy will usually have some eye cloudiness even after successful treatment of the condition. And since corneal ulcers are common with both endothelial and epithelial corneal dystrophy, dogs with pain or blinking or watering of the eyes should be seen by a veterinarian.

Anterior uveitis. If your dog has anterior uveitis, it means there is inflammation of the iris and ciliary body within the uvea of the eye. The disease is also known as iridocyclitis, and it is a quite painful condition that can ultimately threaten a dog's vision.
Because of the uvea's rich blood supply, it's a natural target for problems that originate in other parts of a dog's body. Uveitis is a common secondary condition that results from a disease process elsewhere in the body.

Anterior uveitis causes pain in the eyes. There may also be squinting, pawing at the eyes, eye redness, excessive tearing or discharge, change in the appearance of the pupil, change in the shape or color of the iris, swelling of the eyeball, or a dull or cloudy-looking eye.

Treatment options will depend on the diagnosis. The condition should be treated aggressively to prevent further damage to the eye. In every case, regardless of the cause of uveitis, eye drops and ointments are prescribed, along with medications to manage pain and inflammation. If an infection is present, the appropriate medication will be prescribed. Very rarely, surgery to remove the eye is necessary to resolve an underlying tumor that's causing secondary disease like glaucoma.

If you notice your dog's eyes are becoming cloudy or taking on a bluish tint, it's very important to make an appointment with your veterinarian. Some conditions that cause blue eyes are harmless, painless, and have little or no effect on a dog's vision. But I recommend you have your canine companion's eyes examined as soon as possible to determine exactly what's going on, and whether treatment is needed.