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In shelter Dog

San Luis Rey, CA, 92068
Pet name:
Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler

Holly is a pretty, petite 2.5 year old, 37 lb female Red Merle Queensland Heeler mix ready for her forever family.

Holly is house trained, good on the leash, crate trained and good with other dogs. Holly loves to go on walks, and
would love to be part of an active family that can shower her with love. She would do great with a playful, friendly dog friend too!

Holly smiles when her foster family gets home, she is so happy to see them and will make a loving, loyal, affectionate companion.

Holly can be shy at first, but comes around quickly, and would love to go to puppy classes with her people. Its a great way to bond and she is a smart girl that loves to learn. Shed do best in a home with children over 12, and with no cats or small furry critters, tortoises ok.

Her adoption fee of $300. includes her spay, microchip and current vaccinations.

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