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THIS PAGE INCLUDES INFORMATION ABOUT MIKI

FEEDING MIKI:
Number of feedings per day: Please feed Miki 2 times per day.

Instructions:
1. First, mix 1/3 cup Honest Kitchen dehydrated powdered food with water until it is like the consistency of oatmeal. Please do this before adding the hard kibble. Tip: Using warm water reacts more quickly than cold water.
2. Next, add 2/3 cup of the Instinct brand hard kibble and mix it in.
3. Serve.

Honest Kitchen   brand   dehydrated dog food (powder): 1/3 cup per meal

Honest Kitchen brand dehydrated dog food (powder): 1/3 cup per meal

 
Instinct   brand kibble: 2/3 cup per meal.

Instinct brand kibble: 2/3 cup per meal.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

Microchip ID#: 0A120D200D (24PetWatch.com)
Dog License #: 3055809
DOB: estimated 11/05/2010
Breed: Corgi/Terrier mix
Adopted at: Bideawee Adoption Center, Manhattan

Primary Vet:
Crown Heights Animal Hospital
753 Franklin Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11238
(718) 622-0052

Emergency Vet - Open 24/7
This is a 24/7 emergency clinic for animals that you can call in case there is an emergency.
Veterinary Emergency & Referral Group (VERG)
196 4th Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11217
(718) 522-9400

Treats:
I left some treats in the bag. Please feel free to give him some everyday, especially after walks or in the middle of the day when he hasn’t had anything to eat.

NOTES:

Do NOT let him run out without a leash to the backyard at Kaoru’s house: If you can’t or don’t want to walk Miki and want to let him relieve himself in the backyard, please put him on a leash and escort him into the yard. He is not to run into the yard because this is how he tore both of his ligaments in his back legs. Letting him bolt into the backyard leaves him at risk to tear his ligaments again and the surgery is very costly for me.

Seasonal note - On walking in the snow:
If your neighborhood uses salt on the streets during the snow, please be sure to wipe Miki’s paws after walks as the salt can irritate his paws.

In general, if there’s anything wrong, feel free to call me. If there is an emergency, please contact your nearest animal hospital or perhaps ask Hideki and Arlene for advice since they have cats and probably know how best to help you. Thanks so much!