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In shelter Dog

Dallas, TX, 75135
Pet name:
Cattle Dog
DOB: 5/7/17

Bell is a female cattle dog / coonhound mix that is approximately 5 years old. She is one of our lucky shelter dogs that has worked with a trainer over the last few months. Her training transformation has been amazing to watch. She has learned impulse control when near other dogs, pack walking, walking without leash pulling, and place training. We are all so proud of what she has accomplished! Other good news, Bell is potty trained. She does love to go on walks to take care of all her business, but we believe she could also be a homebody. She could be content with friendly feet to lay beside, a warm bed in the house, and a yard to run in. She just needs consistency and a place where she can feel safe. We recommend Bell be placed in a home as the only pet. She wants all of the attention and chest rubs for herself! Bell has been at the shelter since 5/11/2021 with almost no interest. She loves all people. Can you be her person? The one that gives her a chance at a good life? Please fill out an application. Watch your emails. Schedule a Meet n Greet.

Our adoption is $100 and covers spay/neuter, shots, and microchip. All dogs are on Heartworm preventative or treatment.

For all pet inquiries, please email our Adoption Director at or text the shelter at (214) 350-7387. If you are interested in adopting this pet you will need to submit an adoption application at We are located at 2719 Manor Way, Dallas, TX 75235. We are open daily 11:45 AM - 5 PM, closed Tuesdays.
Please note that many of our dogs are at off-site adopt-a-pets on Saturdays, and some of our pets are in foster homes or other off-site adoption locations, such as PetSmart. Please verify that the pet you are interested in is at the shelter prior to visiting us.
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