Shar Pei, Mixed
Red, Golden, Orange, Chestnut with Black
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Shaba is a 7 to 9 year old Shar Pei mix weighing 40 pounds. When we brought her into rescue, we noticed a mole on her eyelid which we had removed.  That doesn’t mar her beauty, however. She wears a short coat of dark red chocolate that looks delicious and sleek.  Shaba is a love bug; she is great with people as well as other dogs.  She doesn’t want to share her toys, though, which leads us to say that her new home should not have children in it.  Sometimes children might forget and go too close when Shaba has a toy she likes.  In every other way, Shaba’s temperament is good.  What a doll!  (posted 5/31/21, ME) **It is rare that we know with certainty the ages or mixes that make up our dogs, but we do our best to be as accurate as possible based upon our experience. ** Adoption: $350 which covers quarantine, shots, worming, food, medical records, spaying/neutering, microchip and an Alabama State Health Certificate. Transport, if needed : $140.00 We consider the transport to be of great importance and, as such, take particular care of the dogs during the trip from Alabama. We make every effort to arrive with healthy and minimally stressed dogs.


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