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Code: BFT2022

Mama Mia 2020-731   

In shelter Dog

Dallas, TX, 75360
Pet name:
Mama Mia 2020-731
Mama Mia was found as a stray out in the country with a large litter of  puppies. She was very shy and hard to catch, but we brought her into the shelter and all the puppies are now adopted.  Time to concentrate on Mom! She is still shy at first, but  comes around with love and patience.  She is a very calm and gentle soul.  About 2 years old, she really is a happy dog now and everyday gets more excited to see you and greet you with her wonderful smile!
Some mix of Hound/Shepherd is our guess.

Adoption fee includes spaying/neutering, shots, micro-chip and heartworm testing.
Please contact foster mom Dinesha at 972-896-6313 or email at  To see dogs please download an application from our website, and email to foster parents address above. We will arrange a meet and greet. Dogs that have been housebroken may need a refresher course or just learn your new routine.  Maybe they used a doggie door or rang a bell to go out.  Please have patience and give them some time!
A Different Breed Animal Rescue (972) 896-6313


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