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In shelter Dog

Eugene, OR, 97401
Pet name:
Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler
Quail is such a great heeler pup with awesome herding smarts! She and her mom, plus 6 litter mates arrived from Texas fresh out of the shelter and in pretty rough shape. Everyone feels better now and are ready for forever homes! Quail will need a home that is familiar with heeler puppy antics.

Quail is a playful, silly and super smart Cattle Dog Mix with lots of food and toy drive! She loves playing with the kitten, playing with toys, and spending time with her humans. Shes coming along with potty training and basic obedience. She was born on 6/1/22  and currently weighs 19 lbs.

Quail reports:
Kids: Older/ calm kids okay 
Cats: Playful with the kitten but has potential to chase
Dogs: Loves to play with friendly dogs
Chickens or Livestock: Chickens are kinda scary!
Vehicle: Does better in a crate
Crate: Rests if shes not missing out
Activity level: Playful, busy
Likes: Being with people, playing with toys
Dislikes: Car rides but shes practicing, stranger men
Bite History: Puppy stuff

Quail is spayed, microchipped, and has received age-appropriate core vaccines. Shes is being fostered near Eugene, OR and the adoption fee is $490. If youre interested in meeting Quail, please fill out an adoption application on our website: . 

Please note: We do not do DNA testing on our foster dogs. The breed description is our best guess based on the dog’s appearance, mother’s appearance, paperwork, etc. We are unable to respond to messages left on Petfinder.

Adoption Process:
- Adoption Application
- Phone Convo
- Meet & Greet
- Home Visit
- Application Approval
- Adoption Fee & Contract

Our adoption application is at
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