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Pet name:
Husky, Collie, Mixed
Coat length:
Ilee was found stray in Dallas and taken in to be checked for a microchip or a missing pet report. She was not chipped and no one reported her missing. The kind family who took her in, agreed to foster her until she is adopted! They have no fence and she loves to run and play outside so they feel that she would do best in a home with a yard she can visit for exercise and or regular walks. She does great with other dogs and children of all shapes and sizes. She tries to play with the kitty in the home but isn't aggressive, just chasing and pawing at them. She knows basic commands and is almost 100% potty trained. Due to her breed, she does have a tendency to herd people and she can be mouthy at times when playing. A home who understand the herding breed needs, would be the best match for Ilee. 

Ilee has been spayed, brought current on her vaccinations, and heartworm tested (negative). She will be microchipped as well! If you are interested in meeting this sweet girl, complete an online application at

Age: 1 year old
Weight: 45lbsWe do not have a facility to house the dogs in our program. They are all kept in foster homes until they are adopted. Therefore, if you are interested in adopting from LHS, please complete an online application at and we will contact you asap about the status of your application.


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