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Lee's Summit, Jackson County, Missour...
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Chinese Shar-Pei, Mixed
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For more pictures visit LSPets.netAdoption Fee: $115  Includes: Spay, Rabies, Microchip, DA2PP, Pyrantel, Nasal Bordatella, and Heartworm TestAge: 2 years oldWeight: 53 lbs---------------------------------------------------- DOG TEST: (Good with Dogs) She needs a minute to warm up to a new dog but she loves to play chase and play with a dog friend with will play with her. CAT TEST: (Needs Testing) KID TEST: (Unknown) She hasn't met any kids while being at the shelter but might do best with older kids. She is very excited to be around people and tends to jump a lot. She doesn't mind being tugged on at all but it makes her more excited/jumpy. HOUSE BROKEN: (Housebroken) She seems to be housebroken. She doesn't make messes in her kennel and goes outside.ENERGY LEVEL: (Med) She does enjoy running around outside for a little bit but her favorite thing is getting attention from people. She wants to get right in your face as she begs for pets. LEASH WALKING: (Needs Work) She doesn't walk in a straight line. She is more intrested in jumping on people and trying to get their attentionKNOWN COMMANDS: Sit (yes), Down (no), Shake (no), Stay (no) If you are interested in meeting and adopting or have any questions please call the Lee's Summit Animal Shelter at 816-969-1640 to schedule an appointment.


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