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Pamela "Beez"ley   

In shelter Dog

Buffalo, Minnesota, 55313
Pet name:
Pamela "Beez"ley
Doberman Pinscher, Labrador Retriever, Mixed
Brown, Chocolate with Black
'm Pamela "Beezley" or "Beez" for short!!! I am around a year old and have decided I am going to live life to the fullest each and every day! I am part Doberman and part Lab. The best part is I am a super active girl who is oh so very smart! I am looking for a family who is as active as me, and is willing to teach me all kinds of cool stuff that I don't already know. I would love to have another canine mentor to guide me too!!!! I love other dogs, kids, people and just about everyone, and everything I meet is my friend. The reason I was surrendered was because I had SO much energy I kept knocking the little kids down. I just wanted to play with them, they were so cute, but shoot I could outrun them any day! We decided that maybe I would be better in a home where the kids and hoomans could keep up with me, so here I am, with UDR, looking for a fun, busy home that will give me a job, keep me busy and stimulated my mind so I am tired by the end of my every day! That's all I want is to have a meaningful purpose to my life. If you like a busy, happy-go-lucky dog who wants to be your forever girl, then you can't go wrong with me, the Beez! I am fully vetted and ready to come home with you!


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