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Lexi is a gorgeous Beagle/German Shep mix Mix Dog For Adoption in NEWPORT BEACH, CA, USA


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Breed: Beagle-German Shepherd Dog Mix
Gender: Female Female


Age: Adult
Availability Date: 07/10/2018
Location: NEWPORT BEACH, CA, 92660
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Lexi is a gorgeous Beagle/German Shep mix Mix Dog For Adoption in NEWPORT BEACH, CA, USA

This very pretty German Shepherd mix dog is looking for a loving, forever home in a more rural setting, where she is not constantly on guard due to the sights, sounds and scents of city life. A great companion, wonderful with kids, but she hates noisey places and yappy dogs. This beautiful 5 year old female black and tan German Shepherd mix is up to date on shots, spayed, healthy and house trained. Brinkley takes her responsibility for guarding her home and owners very seriously. An admirable trait, but living in such a busy, urban area, this happens far too much. She is also nervous on walks, due to there being so many people and other dogs around her. Brinkley needs a home in a more rural area. She would love to have a large, securely fenced yard and a quiet home with a very strong routine. She is such a sweet, charming and very intelligent dog. She is a wonderful companion, and makes her family feel very special. Brinkley is wonderful with children, and accepting of most other dogs, providing she gets the chance to become acquainted with them. She is not a fan of small dogs, however, particularly those with “small dog syndrome”. She will be rehomed with all supplies and vet records. All you need to add is love! There is a $100 adoption/rehoming fee. Supplies and veterinary records will be included.

Beagle-German Shepherd Dog Mix.

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