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In shelter Dog

Mission Hills, CA, 91345
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Youve "spotted" someone very special! With her beautiful tricolor coat and funky spots, Abby is just about one of the prettiest pups weve ever seen! This big baby is looking for the right person to share in all her goofy moments as well as have patience and understanding of her being deaf. Abby has been described by her caregivers as both playful and a snuggly potato, making her the perfect double-threat for an owner who enjoys a balanced lifestyle of activity and couchsurfing. Abby will need to be the only pet in the home, but she is all you will need. When well-acquainted with her new family, Abby would make a wonderful companion on easy hikes, swims, and other light outdoor fun. Shes also well-mannered when left home by herself, knows certain hand signals and knows how to "hold it". Abby is still a young dog with most of her life ahead of her with a real interest in training. Shell make the perfect companion for years to come when provided with the patience, love and training to be her best self. If youd like to schedule a meet-and-greet appointment with Abby, please email for more information.

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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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