Princess Di   

In shelter Dog

Spring Lake, Monmouth County, New Jer...
Dachshund, Labrador Retriever, Mixed
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Princess Di
Princess Di is a courtesy post. An application is a must due to the family will need to speak with you directly. Rescue Ridge does not know this dog's personality. Please go to to fill out an application and text 732-546-8805 so that someone can send it to the family. Diana is a six-year-old Lab/Dachshund mix. She is spayed, microchipped, up-to-date with all vaccinations, and is a registered service dog. She weighs 34 lbs. and likes to snuggle on the back of the couch. She needs to be the only pet in the family as she can be bossy. She sleeps in her crate, is house trained, and is great on her leash. She will be the best fit for a family without children. She loves to play, go for walks and has been known to steal a sock or two, but doesn’t eat them. She is very protective of her toys and she needs many of them, so don’t try to take one from her without having another to give her. Because she gets very excited. She is an extremely happy pup, her tail is wagging all the time. She naps on her bed in front of the fireplace every chance she can get. When she is in her crate, she snuggles herself into her blanket, so you don’t see her. She loves human companionship and thrives from it. For the perfect person (couple) she will be a devoted, loving pet.    


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