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Powder puff   

In shelter Dog

Watertown, WI, 53094
Pet name:
Powder puff
Mixed Breed
Meet Powder puff! 

Meet my new friend Powder Puff. 

This 3 year old Staffy mix is a super petite 55lbs. She had a baby almost 4 months ago and they both wound up surrendered to a southern shelter. Powder Puff was in worse shape as you can see from her picture. The fleas ate her alive. Well that is all about to change~ no more babies & no more fleas.

Powder Puff is a super friendly and affection girl. She loves all humans and doggie friends she meets. This girl just needs to be shown the ropes and she will be a breed ambassador. Bonus…that name. 

Had to get back to saving my bully friends. Maybe you all can give her a SHARE. 

Powder Puff is available for adoption through Ma Paws & Me Pet Rescue based out
of Watertown, WI. Powder Puff is spayed/neutered, microchipped, dewormed, up to date on all age appropriate vaccines, and current on flea/tick and heartworm prevention. Adoption fee is $300 To apply please visit

Interested in meeting Powder puff? 

All Ma, Paws & Me Pet Rescue dogs are in homes with foster families; we do not have a shelter where dogs are available for daily viewing.

Our process is as follows:
1.  Review our policies and adoption radius  on our website:
2.  Submit an application for review and approval;
3.  MPM Rescue reviews application and checks vet records and references;
4.  MPM foster contacts approved applicant(s) to arrange a home check and meeting with available dog(s);
5.   If there is a good fit, adoption is completed with a contract and fees (payable via check or cash).

The adoption fee is listed here:

Dogs from Ma, Paws & Me Pet Rescue come with the following medical care already provided:
- Spay/Neuter surgery
- Age appropriate vaccinations
- Heartworm test (for dogs over 6mo) and treatment if positive
- Microchip
- Deworming
- Heartworm and Flea/Tick Preventative
- Any other necessary medical treatment as recommended by veterinarian

*Please note that the identified breed(s) are best guesses. We very rarely have information on our dogs actual breeds since they often come to the shelters we work with as strays.*