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Pet name:
Border Collie, Mixed
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The Tallahassee-Leon Community Animal Service Center has a large number of animals just waiting for adoption. And we receive new "adoptees" every day, so add our website to your "favorites" list and visit us often. Mahji (pronounced Modgie) left for a foster home so quickly that we didn't even get a chance to get a glamor shot of her just yet (stay tuned!) This 5 year old, 50 lb Border Collie/Lab(ish) mix was adopted from us as a puppy and sadly needed to come back to us when her adopter's health declined. Mahji was obviously a very loved companion and did not adjust well here at the shelter, so we're thrilled that she's in a home where she can get a little pampering. She is reportedly house and crate trained, fears nothing but vacuum cleaners and thunder, loves balls and blankets, knows some basic commands and has lived with cats, dogs and enjoys the company of respectful children. We are eagerly awaiting her foster family's report, and will update her description when we have more information!If you would like to learn more about Mahji now, please contact our Foster Care Coordinator at and reference the Animal ID number at the beginning of this post.


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