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In shelter Dog

Broken Arrow, OK, 74012
Pet name:
Miniature Pinscher
Coat length:
Do you spend your evenings wishing for a buddy? Are your days spent with an empty lap every time you sit? Is there a hole in your heart that wishes there was someone out there obsessed with your every move and would live inside your skin if at all possible? 
Ok, that went a little serial killer pretty quick…
Meet Naomi! Naomi can solve all those problems for you. She wants nothing more than to spend her day right beside her person. She will happily sit by your side, follow you with adoring eyes, and lay across your face at night, all in the name of love. To say she loves with all her heart is an understatement. You’ll never meet anyone as excited to greet you after a short bathroom break as her. Did you disappear around a corner? Oh what joy to see you again, it’s been ages. And don’t think this happiness is reserved for one person, this joy is spread to anyone and everyone. Even kids. She gets along with other dogs, but would be happy with another dog that just wants to live it’s life. She’s still learning this whole “play” thing after raising her family. While Naomi is still spritely, hyper is not in her dictionary. She prefers quiet evenings, late mornings, and sunny afternoons. 
Naomi is a 3 year old min pin mix. She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. 
Her adoption fee is $175.


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