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In shelter Dog

Lodi, CA, 95241
Pet name:
Gray / Blue / Silver
Holly is a precious girl!   She is an approximately 9 month old, 9.5 pound,
charcoal colored, the girls appear to have Schnauzer in them as part of
their breed.   She has the most adorable puppy dog eyes. Holly and her sister
Hazel were found running near a very busy street and never claimed by an
owner. Holly is such a sweet girl.   Her and her sister Hazel are a bonded
pair and need each other for comfort. She would love to sit in your lap
while you work from home. She is a quiet girl and loves to snuggle.   She
hasnt shown much interest in toys but that could change in a home
environment.   Holly follows the other dogs out at potty time. We use the
command "go potty" and she is happy to comply. She has not tried the doggie
door. Holly is more outgoing then her sister Hazel.   Her coat should be easy
to care for at home with an occasional trip to the groomer.   She is
scheduled to be spayed but we are looking for her home now. We feel Holly
and Hazel are best suited for a quiet ADULT home. She is current on
vaccinations and is microchipped. Are you ready for a new best friend? Holly
is waiting for you to love her. OFFICE


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