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Note: Hayi is available for adoption in Toronto since his flight from Korea to Toronto is secured on October 9, 2023.
Earlier this year, Hayi was found on the highway following a car accident. The collision resulted in severe injuries that required his immediate transfer to an emergency clinic in Sunchang, Korea. Hayi had a microchip, but unfortunately, his owner opted not to take him back, leaving him without proper care.
Hayi underwent surgery to address an issue with his hip dislocation. Additionally, X-rays revealed an old pelvic fracture that had previously gone untreated and had healed on its own. But because of the way it healed, it put a bit of pressure on his bladder. Following thorough checkups and consultations with two distinct veterinarians, both professionals reached a consensus that surgical intervention was not required. Instead, they advocated for close monitoring of his condition. To further aid his well-being, they also recommended a tailored dietary plan, specifically suggesting the incorporation of Royal Canine Urinary kibbles.
Since his surgeries, Hayi’s condition has significantly improved, enabling him to walk normally. It’s important to maintain his physical activity and provide a nutritious diet to uphold his ongoing well-being.
At present, Hayi resides with a family that includes two teenagers. He’s closely bonded with them and their mother, though he is still timid around their father. Hayi is affectionate and relishes cuddling. He can be anxious around larger or high-energy dogs. However, he coexists well with cats, generally showing indifference. Spending quality time with his human family brings Hayi the greatest joy.
Hayi finds delight in leisurely walks and staying close to his family. He also enjoys bath time and car rides. His diet comprises Royal Canin Urinary food, and he doesn’t experience any food allergies. He has a few missing front teeth, but it has no impact on his appetite or eating kibbles. Hayi is house-trained to go outside and will use indoor pads when left alone for extended periods.
Hayi’s affectionate, sweet, and friendly nature makes him an ideal companion. He’s a wonderful match for someone seeking a cuddly and affectionate pet. Due to his separation anxiety, it’s important for his new home to have someone present most of the time. Hayi’s happiness is closely tied to human presence. A household primarily composed of women and without other dogs would provide him with the best environment.