In shelter Dog

Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, United ...
Terrier, Terrier, Mixed
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ABOUT ME: I'm super cute with my small/medium size and wire-hair that makes a little mohawk! I was found as a stray with my puppies and was so scared at first, but I've come a long way in learning to trust people. I do enjoy being around other dogs as long as they aren't overwhelming and super active. I helped other shy dogs feel welcome at the SPCA with my sweet and gentle personality. FOSTER TESTIMONIAL: "She is pretty low maintenance, she likes to go outside for walks, she likes belly rubs and is sweetnatured. She has not destroyed anything, and doesn't bark or whine. She is content staying in her half crate most of the day. She likes to chew on chew sticks."FUTURE HOME: I need my own space so either a securely fenced in yard or a low stress/traffic apartment.KIDS: No kids under 15 please. I need to meet everyone in the home as well.DOGS: I should have another confident and calm pup in the home that I can play with and learn how to be a house dog from!Copy/paste the following link to your browser to view more photos of me: https://bit.ly/3e6Z36rSPECIAL NOTE: Eligible adopters get to take me through a trial adoption to ensure we're a paw-fect match!


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