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In shelter Dog

Binghamton, NY, 13903
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
Miss Melina has been looking for her perfect home for a few months now! Sadly, she isnt a dog for everyone, but we know theres a family out there for her! Melina was abandoned in her previous home. She came in very sad and confused. After realizing that we supply her with yummy food, food for days, and great views, she started to show off her true personality! Now she is a bubbly spitfire! Now on to Melinas ideal home: She needs a home where she is the only animal. She is not a fan of cats or dogs, which could be an issue from how she was raised or an incident in her past. Melina is also very athletic, energetic, and still a work in progress when it comes to manners. She can be jumpy and mouthy when excited, which is not good for children in a home. She will need someone strong, with dog experience, and time for training. Melina is a smart cookie and has learned so much already! We know she will make an excellent companion for someone; they just have to be the right fit for her. Melina is housebroken too and knows sit and lay down. So, if you have an animal and kid free home, have plenty of time to spend with a new pooch, and want to make a difference in a homeless dogs life, please fill out an application and come meet Melina! You may be the family shes been waiting for!


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