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Pet name:
Cattle Dog, Shar Pei
Dixie has the brightest light shining from her! She is truly one of the happiest little girls you will EVER meet! She's cute as a button, soft as velvet and melts your heart with her big brown eyes! Dixie has already begun following her big foster siblings in and out of the doggy door, is learning to sit politely for her treats and watches everything they do! She will flourish in a home with a family dedicated to her ongoing training as she blossoms and continues to grow up. She is such a smart little girl with an incredible future ahead of her! Her hobbies include frolicking in the pool and water hose, digging in the toy box and going to see what her older fur foster siblings are doing. Dixie is ready for adoption and there is an incredibly lucky family or person who will be forever lucky in love and adventure with this little girl in their life. We are currently only adopting within the Phoenix Metro area (Maricopa and Pinal counties). If you experience any issues with our "Apply for Adoption" button, please copy this link into your browser for an adoption application.

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