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Miracle - Low key companion!   

In shelter Dog

Oakhurst, NJ, 07755
Pet name:
Miracle - Low key companion!
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Miracle came to us from a rescue in Mississippi via the Bissell Pet Foundation on Sept. 13th.

Miracle is settling in well! Though tentative around strangers at first, she has really warmed up after a day or so and now is always wagging her tail and jumping up to say hi. Her foster says she is low maintenance, likes to just lay and play with her toys on her own. She will whine to tell you she needs to go outside. She is walking well on the leash and loves running around the dog park, but will stay close. Miracle is very sweet and gentle. She loves head scratches! She gets nervous with loud noises so a big city may not be the best match for her.

Miracle is fixed and up to date on vaccines. She tested negative for heartworm in July 2022. She is on Proheart 12 heartworm prevention. Her adoption fee is $400.

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