In shelter Dog

Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, United ...
Terrier, Terrier, Mixed
Lost or found date:
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ABOUT HILARY: Got a farm? A menagerie? Hilary would fit right in! Hilary currently lives in a foster home with dogs, cats, and even a pig! She gets along with everyone and matches her energy to the dogs around her - sometimes playful, but also happy to just hang out together. Hilary came to the SPCA of Texas from a case with over 30 other dogs, including her own 5 puppies! She was a good momma and raised her babies until they were all adopted. Now she's ready for her own forever home. Hilary is smaller than she looks and weighs about 40 lbs.PERSONALITY: She's more of an independent gal, but will come up for love or chin scratches from time to time. She's laid back, crate trained, quiet, non-destructive, and does just fine when left alone. With a routine and other dogs to follow, she's pretty well house trained. She's learned her name and comes when called.HOUSING: A calm and quiet environment in a house with a securely fenced yard is a requirement. DOGS: Having another friendly dog in the home is a requirement to help Hilary acclimate, grow, and thrive. CATS: No problem! Hilary ignores cats in her foster home. KIDS: No, thank you. Adults Only, please!COPY/PASTE this link into your browser for more photos: https://bit.ly/3mO3vJO


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