"This is Brody, and he is known for his problem with static cling. He is a 7-month-old Yorkie Poo who has had a pretty rough start. During his first month at home, Brody was rushed to the vet hospital twice (once for low blood sugar and the other for a concussion - he bumped his head on a table as he was trying to get onto the couch). During both visits the doctors told us that the problem may be more severe, and because they did not know what was wrong with him at first, we had to sign a DNR (do not resuscitate) just in case things took a turn for the worse. After two overnight visits, both of which I didn't sleep a wink and stayed up all night calling the vet to check on him, Brody is now back at home and healthier than ever (there is no brain abnormality or a problem with his liver like he was originally diagnosed with). He is an extremely energetic puppy, and due to his love of fleece blankets, he runs into problems with static pretty often. After not knowing whether he was ever going to come back home (twice) he now brings an immense amount of joy to our lives everyday. This picture always makes me laugh and hopefully it can make others laugh as well."
We're so glad that he's okay after those health scares!
And he totally looks like a little static clingy fuzzball and we love it!!
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