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Pocket Roo   

In shelter Dog

Ooltewah, TN, 37363
Pet name:
Pocket Roo
Red / Chestnut / Orange
Meet Pocket Roo!

This sweet baby was found on a busy street by a nice lady. The lady who found her, was told by the animal control officer where she was found, to leave her! Thankfully she couldn’t leave her there! She has searched for her owners with no luck, so we offered to take her in after her stray hold was up.

Pocket Roo is a very friendly girl and gets along with everyone she meets. We had to add “Roo” to her name because she jumps like a kangaroo sometimes! Haha 

She is approximately 6 months old and weighs 15-20 pounds. Her breed is a Chihuahua/Bulldog mix at best guess and should not get bigger. She will be spayed, updated on all shots, microchipped, heartworm tested, and started on heartworm prevention.

The adoption fee is $275 to an approved and loving home. All vet records and her collar will be given to her adopter at the time of adoption. 

To apply to adopt go to our website

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