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In shelter Dog

San Leon, TX, 77565
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
Meet Katie!
Katie is a lovely young girl with good-dog skills sets other dogs would be envious of! In a calm,
stable environment, she will happily do basic good-dog skills, especially if a treat is involved.
She absolutely loves her cookies! Katies treat-motivation adds to her enjoyment of learning
new things, keeping her mind active and focused. She is lovely on a leash and even has some
basic agility training and has no issues with agility jumps! Katie enjoys hanging out and receiving
attention from people she knows and loves. She is house-broken but may need a refresher
course when she gets home. Katie seems to do well with other calm dogs with proper
introductions. She does need structure, confidence building and continued training to help her
become the best she can be. Katie would do best in a calm, adult home with someone who is
willing to be consistent with her training and confidence building skills.

Katie is one of our Pets with Special Considerations and has a training plan.
Multiple Meet and Greets will be needed prior to adoption.

If youre interested in adopting one of our animals please put in an application at:


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