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Date listed: 03/11/2018
rescue Breed: Miniature English Bulldach Sex: Female Female Age: Senior Location: USAPosted Breed: Dachshund / Bulldog / Mixed (short coat). They call me Peanut, I am guessing due to my short statue. I am a very sweet girl that loves attention, treats and belly rubs. I was adopted into a wonderful home for several years, then there was sickness within the family and I had to be returned to ARF. I would flourish best in a home as the only pet, so I can be the princess that I have become accustomed to. I have lots of love to share with my new family. Could that be you? My bags are packed and I am looking forward to meeting you to see if we would be a good match. If you'd like to meet and possibly adopt me, please complete an application at http://www.arfla.org/info/adoption. Updated 01/14/2017 See our Adoptions Info webpage for more info on our adoption requirements, fees. Click here to complete an adoption application . like0 People Like ThisBe The First To Like ThisTags:
Date listed: 11/10/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Dachshund / Bulldog / Mixed (short coat). THESE ARE COURTESY POSTING AND NOT LOST ANGELS DOGS. PLEASE CONTACT TAMPA@CENTRALBARKUSA.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION. Nikita and Alexandra (aka Nikki and Alex) were born August 2011 and recently had their 6th birthday. Their mother was a bulldog but papa was a dachshund. They both weigh around 20 pounds each and look like a dachshund. They both love to snuggle with me and give kisses but they are also protective and can get excited when someone new comes to the house. Meeting new people in their own home should be done with patience until they are comfortable. Crating them when strangers are in their home is best until they calm down and comfort level is better. They are crate trained and sleep in their individual crate overnight. They're in perfect health but Nikki can have an accident when over excited. They are from the same litter and have always been together so I would like to keep them together if possible. Both are spayed. We would consider separating if they got the perfect home. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information about these sweet girls.
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