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Peridots: Collei   

In shelter Dog

Dallas, TX, 75248
Pet name:
Peridots: Collei
Mixed Breed
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Foster or Foster to adopt
Peridot Pup, Klee, is part of a litter that came up on transport from South Texas. She is a very sweet girl, around 2.5 months old and will be medium size when fully grown. She is well socialized and great with dogs and people. Not sure on her breed mix but maybe some retriever. Klee is a smart girl and right on track with her puppy manners. Collei is a fun super playful pup. She loves running laps around furniture and following you everywhere you go. She is very sociable with other dogs and isnt scared of big dogs. She will take to house training quickly as she is habitual with where she poops and pees. Collei loves spending the day wrestling and tugging toys with Klee. She is available to adopt or foster to adopt now and will be ready to adopt in a couple of weeks. Please submit an online foster or adoption application at or We will contact you for a meet and greet. You can see the rest of her littermates under the heading Peridot, at the link above. No apartment homes for pups under 6 months of age.

Applications are at codys_adoption_application.

Codys adopts dogs in the greater Dallas/Ft Worth area, and does not adopt puppies under the age of six months into apartment homes.


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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