Oscar was found as a stray with 2 ruptured eardrums. MACSPRO made all attempts to clear up the infection that came back as the worst kind of infection. After several months of antibiotic and cleaning treatments the infection came back full force. MACSPRO's only alternative was to remove Oscar's eardrums to give him a life without horrific pain and discomfort leaving him deaf. When Oscar was released from his 3 weeks recovery at the vet hospital he went crazy with excitement when he say his foster Dad and MACSPRO volunteer that visited Oscar often during his stay. He's still such a smart little guy dragging his foster Dad to the truck when he realized he was going to his foster home. Once home he quickly reunited with his furry pals, foster Mom, and took a victory lap around both floors of the house. Everywhere Oscar goes he is the hit of the event, eager to meet and greet everyone, as well as his furry friends he gets to meet. Oscar seems to no longer be in any pain, and his lack of hearing does not seem to faze him in any way. Surprisingly Oscar still sit's, give's paw, and lay's down upon command. His foster family says 'This dog is a keeper! Smart, and gets along wonderfully with the other dogs'. Oscar still has a lot of puppy in him and can jump twice his height like a mountain goat. Just an awesome boy! Oscar does great with children of all ages.
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A SPECIAL THANK YOU!!!!!! MACSPRO would like to thank Oscar's foster Dad Larry for taking such wonderful care of him, transporting Oscar for his weekly ear treatments, and transport to surgery, consistent visits during his 3 week recovery at the vet, and all the adoption events to get this little guy exposure to meet his future forever family. Deb Kachik of Deb Kachik Photography for volunteering to take some of the beautiful photo's you see of Oscar. Thank you so much Deb, you really help bring out Oscar's adorable Pug eye's and handsome stature.
Update 6/11/17 Oscar found his forever home in DC with Mom Irina and pug sister Rosie.
Update (5/18/17): Oscar was reunited with his foster family after spending 3 weeks at the vet hospital recovering from having his ear drums removed.
Update (3/24/17): Because of his current ear condition, we do not recommend a home with children under 14
Update (3/17): Oscar was receiving weekly treatments at the vet to get both ears massive ear infection under control. These treatment failed and Oscar's eardrums had to be removed. Even when Oscar was in a massive pain he was still a fantastic playful loving little boy! Let's give it up for Oscar... gimme an Ooooooooo..... gimme a S....gimme a C....gimme an A.... gimme an R.......... Gooooooooo OSCAR!!!!!!!!!!! We're with ya buddy. Keep up the great work!! Hang tight and keep the faith.