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In shelter Dog

Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts, 02557
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Shepherd, Terrier, Mixed
Brindle with White
Maggie Female Shepherd mix 70lbs 1.5 years old Beautiful Maggie has excelled in her foster home with the proper structure and exercise that she desperately craved. With the help of one of our trainers ExFed Dog Training, Maggie’s foster family has been given the tools to make Maggie a better canine citizen. Maggie would be a great hiking trip partner and enjoys a great snuggle on the couch or in her favorite bed with a chew bone. Maggie is nondestructive and sleeps well in her crate when needed. She would be best in a home without any other pets but is a good friend outside the house to most other dogs her size or larger. Maggie is currently in foster care on Cape Cod, MA. To learn more about Maggie, please send us an email: Photo Credit: Jason Goldstein Photography Maggie:She likes treatsShe likes to take bathsShe likes to take rides in the carShe likes to take walks especially on trailsShe’s good with most dogsShe doesn’t enjoy smaller dogsShe doesn’t like loud noisesBehavior:She knows several commands and follows them accordingly is up to date on vaccinations and is spayed or neutered. (puppies under the age of 4 months may not be sterilized prior to adoption, if this is the case your adoption coordinator will discuss the process with you) To adopt or learn more about: , you must fill out an adoption application. To find the application, visit our website: WWW.SANDYPAWSRESCUE.COM ** PLEASE READ: If a dog/puppy is listed, then s/he is currently available for adoption. Their information is correct to the best of our abilities and the information we have been given as of the day of posting. Please note, SPR does not guarantee the breed of any dog or puppy unless stated otherwise. All breeds listed are educated best estimates by transferring shelter staff, our volunteers or our vets. The dog may have some genetic material of an American Staffordshire Terrier (pit bull). The dogs are usually mixes of many breeds, making them the All American MUTT.  Our dogs are rescued from various situations (kill-shelters, owner surrenders, strays, etc). It is most likely that both their parents were strays and mixes of some sort.If you are interested in this dog, you MUST submit an application. Sandy Paws Rescue does not a have a public shelter in Mass or Florida, so there is no building you can visit without an appointment. Our dogs live in private foster homes until adopted, or in some cases in our very small private kennel facility on Martha’s Vineyard. To learn more about our rescue, adoption fees, and procedures, review the list of FAQ’s on our website at WWW.SANDYPAWSRESCUE.COM.**The FIRST step in adopting an animal from our rescue is to submit a completed adoption application. ONLY UPON APPROVAL will an adoption coordinator contact you to schedule a meet and greet. Please allow up to 2 weeks for application processing, if you do not hear back from Sandy Paws Rescue inc. within 3 weeks, your application was not approved.

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