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Xena   

In shelter Dog

Alvin, TX, 77512
Pet name:
Xena
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Border Collie
Date:
11/18/2021
Size:
Medium
Age:
Young
Description:
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.She is Xena The Warrior PrincessXena was born approximately July 15, 2021. She is a GORGEOUS Border Collie/Rhodesian Ridgeback mix or Tri-Colored Rhodesian Ridgeback. Her personality is true to her breed!
Xenas foster mom and dad have 3 other dogs that she likes to play with, share toys, but she has also learned to just be by herself. Her foster mom says she needs an active family with another dog or multiple dogs. Xena needs room to run to get her energy out. She likes going for long walks and exploring the wilderness.
Xena sleeps with her foster mom and dad in their bed with all the other dogs. It gets a bit crowded but she does love sleeping with the pack. This makes her feel safe.
Xena does not like to be in a kennel or crate. So, a family that is at home would be ideal.She likes eating ice cubes! Xena says When mom gives me fresh water in a bowl she puts in extra ice cubes for me. That makes me feel special and loved. Xena loves riding in a vehicle and knows not to jump around and act like a baby.She can walk on a leash pretty well as long as she has her harness on; Xena is not a fan of collars. She also knows a few commands like "stay", "no" and "potty".Xena will bark at strangers until she gets to know them. Her foster dad is trying to teach her to fetch. She loves chasing the ball and bringing it back, its the letting it go part that she has a hard time with BECAUSE she also loves to play tug of war. Xena is also a fan of the Laser Light. She thinks they are fascinating!

Location


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