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Harley Quinn (AKA Barbie 21-147 D)   

In shelter Dog

St Johns, MI, 48879
Pet name:
Harley Quinn (AKA Barbie 21-147 D)
Mixed Breed
Harley Quinn is an energetic young pitty mix. She is good with other dogs and loves to play, play, play! She is doing well with potty training and is starting to pick up on leash manners. She would do best with older kids, due to size and energy level. She is super loving with people and is excited to happily flop into the nearest lap for kisses and snuggles. 

She loves to eat, loves her daily walkies, and enjoys watching TV and eating popcorn with her people. If youd like to meet her, visit for an adoption application. 

Happy Feet Pet Rescue (Lansing, MI) is a foster-based rescue which means each of our animals are in home environments. We strive to pair each of our rescue animals up with the most appropriate homes. Our adoption process involves an adoption phone interview, reference checks, vet checks, an application review, and meet and greets. We do not adopt any dogs that are expected to be over 50lbs to anyone living in an apartment/condo setting. We do not believe in declawing cats, and we only adopt our cats as indoor cats. We do not have a physical building that you can visit. If you are interested in meeting one of our pets, please complete an adoption application on our website: We do not respond to the Pet-finder Inquiry emails.


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