Bulldog, Australian Cattle Dog, Blue Heeler, Mixed
White with Black
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Welcome Baby to CCPAL Rescue.  She is a Bulldog/Bird dog is our best guess.  She is about 12 pounds now and 10-weeks old.  She should be 60 pounds but short and stocky full grown.  She and her siblings are all stout and chunky.  They are little chunks and when you pick them up you feel the weight.  They are playful, sweet, affectionate and cuddly.  They are great pups and have gotten lots of love and handling as pups.  They are very social and will make great family pets.  They are good with other dogs, good in a crate and live in a foster home with a cat.  They have lots of entertainment so they are not very interested in Sam, the cat.  They are getting vaccinated and already have 2 vaccines.  They will get the 3rd soon and be spayed and ready for her forever home.  Baby is in Texas and can be adopted locally in Texas.  We can also work with one of the wonderful transporters to deliver her to Washington, Portland, Minnesota, Vermont or all along the East Coast.  Her adoption fee is 300 and transport is 180.  Rhode Island and Massachusetts are not states we adopt to because of the regulations imposed by these states Contact Marlene at 210-867-1769 or email to if you have questions. Online applications at See her cute video!!  


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