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  • Brug Dog For Adoption in Alta Loma, CA, USA

    Audrey Mae


    Breed: Brug
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Young
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Brussels Griffon / Pug / Mixed (short coat). ANGELS N PAWS RESCUE (909) 743-4656 Introducing our sweetheart of a girl Audrey Mae! She is our amazing little "special needs" Brussels Griffon/Pug mix girl! Audrey is 3 yrs old and is a special needs sweetie who endured head trauma when we found her as a young puppy. Besides a little bit of a head tilt and an adorable swagger in her walk she is a joy to be around. She loves humans and other animals. She will need a special home that has a calm, loving and relaxing environment! She really is a gift to anyone who meets her. If you are interested in adopting this sweet girl please go to and fill out an application. Audrey is fixed, microchipped, dewormed, fully vaccinated and vetted. Our adoption fee is $300, We only adopt to California residents. Thank you for visiting our adoptable Furbabies!
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