Mama Hershey and Baby Kiss   

In shelter Dog

Santa Fe, West Odessa, Ector County, ...
Chihuahua, Dachshund
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Mama Hershey and Baby Kiss
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Meet Mama Hershey and Baby Kiss---these two were rescued from the side of a busy road--- Mom Hershey is approximately one year old and little Kiss is approximately 6 months Mom weighs about 8-9 pounds and little Kiss is about 6 and most likely full grown. We are looking for a loving home that is looking for two sweet pups--these two dearly love each other and love to run and play outside and sunbathe together---Here is what they need in a great forever home--- No small children under 10 and no large dogs--- they have not been around cats so that is an unknown at this time. They would do best with a fenced yard where they could run and play and sunbathe on a sunny day--- Mom is the leader of the little pack--and little Kiss depends on mom somewhat---a new family will be able to work on one one and build little Kisses confidence . They are fostered with other small dogs and do well --they are quite athletic and so fun to watch romp and snuggle after.   Contact for more information or go to Southern Comforts Animal Rescue Website and fill out the online application.  These pups are located in Texas so there is an adoption fee and a transport fee---they are fully vetted and in great health.  


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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