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In shelter Dog

Phoenix, AZ, 85016
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
White / Cream
Coat length:
BREE is about 2-4 yrs old & weighs about 15 pounds.    

Bree has all of her shots, is spayed, and has a microchip. Shes very healthy!

Bree is a very, very sweet and loving young doggie.  She would love to be part of a loving family, without younger children, or with retired persons.  She wants lots of love, to go on lots of hikes or jogs (after a little training), and to go anywhere she can, as long as its with you!!  Bree craves attention and just wants someone to love!!  She loves to be scritched under her chin.  

Bree is a very playful young doggie, and is very, very sweet and loving.  Bree loves to run and chase/play a little bit with other dogs, and is beginning to play with toys. Shes learning!  Bree knows how to use a doggie door.  =-D.  Shes house-trained.   =-D 

Brees adoption fee is $375.  If youre interested in meeting or possibly adopting Bree the LoveBug, please email us at telling us a little about yourself, your home,  and how Bree would fit into your life. Please include your telephone number and address. 

Do you work from home permanently?  Or are you retired?  Do you walk twice daily? Do you have an enclosed backyard? 

Well take down Brees profile as soon as shes adopted. Thanks!


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