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In shelter Dog

Hewitt, TX, 76643
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Rey is a 2 year old brindle female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is bonded with her brother, Kylo. She is friendly, shy, active, smart, noisy, playful, and nervous. She likes stuffed animals and to get her butt scratched and be petted.

Rey has growled at people she doesnt know. She would do best in a home without children. She does well with her brother, Kylo and gets along with other dogs. She is not a digger or jumper and likes to ride in the car. Rey is crate trained, but not house trained. Rey is not afraid of anything her owner is aware of.
Reys family needs to rehome her because she lives in an apartment and is loud and the neighbors have started to complain. Rey would love a new family that has time to give her lots of exercise, can help her with training, and spend time with her.

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