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Dixie Jean   

In shelter Dog

Oceanside, CA, 92054
Pet name:
Dixie Jean
How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by their previous owner on August 2, 2022. Why this pet is the one for you:Meet Dixie Jean; at eleven years young, this lady is searching for a family where she can spend her golden years in style! Dixie Jean (you can also call her DJ or Dixie) prefers to take her time warming up to new friends, and she wants to do so in her own way; the quickest way to her heart is to simply let her make the first moves! She does not have any history with children, so she asks that any kiddos in her new home are willing to respond to her body language and respect her boundaries. While Dixie had grown up with another dog, others outside of her original pack just arent her jam; but just because dog parks and beaches are off her list, doesnt mean she doesnt want to have fun! She will also need some TLC for her teefers and ticker, but Dixie Jean doesnt think thats asking too much; if she sounds like the one for you, come and get to know more today! Primary Color: Tan Secondary Color: White Weight: 33.8lbs Age: 11yrs 9mths 1wks Animal has been Spayed
San Diego Humane Society – Oceanside Campus for Dogs (619) 299-7012


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