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Betty White   

In shelter Dog

New Orleans, LA, 70124
Pet name:
Betty White
Hi I’m Betty White! I was rescued from the shelter with my litter of all girls! I am believed to be a pointer mix and about 2 years old. I am housebroken, up to date on shots and will be spayed at the right time. 

I am full grown and about 45lbs right now, but I need to put on a few pounds after having my puppies. I am deaf, but that doesn’t hold me back at all! I love to play, especially tug of war with you! Now that my puppies are grown, I have a little more energy and free time to enjoy doing zoomies in the backyard. I have an excellent nose and can find food anywhere, even on the kitchen counters! My foster mom told me I need to work on my manners a little, but since I am so food motivated it should be pretty easy to train me. I can squeeze my body into the smallest spaces so I can be right next to you. I would love to follow you around the house and cuddle with you. 

I get along with most dogs but I do have some resource guarding with them when it comes to food. My foster mom just feeds me separately from the rest of the pack. I have liked every human I have met, big and small! I do like to jump though, so older children would he best. I can’t wait to find my forever home and I hope that its with you!


If you are interested in meeting and/or adopting, the first step is to please visit our website to complete an application and read all of our FAQs: 

**Please do not use the "Introduce Yourself" feature. The information needed to determine if you might be a match for one of our animals can only be found on our application. An inquiry, questions or introduction through Petfinder is NOT an application. 

All known details about our animals are posted on their profile and updated daily. Other info would be discussed in detail with the foster during the application review process. Due to the number of introductions/questions received (hundreds daily) we ask you submit an application on our website (that application can be used for any dog with Take Paws Rescue). The adoption fee for puppies covers initial deworming, puppy vaccinations, microchip, and spay/neuter at the rescues approved vet at 6 months of age. Please see our website for more information. 

2021 Adoption Fee Scale for non-benefactor animals: Puppies under 12 months - $350 Dogs over 12 months - $250

For additional information, including the adoption process and our adoption fee scale for all our adoptable pets, see our FAQs page: 

*Take Paws Rescue saves dogs from high-kill shelters in Southeast Louisiana, owner surrenders, and discarded dogs with uncertain futures. All of our puppies live in foster homes where they are socialized, and well cared for. An application will be required to make sure it’s the perfect match! 

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