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In shelter Dog

Albuquerque, NM, 87107
Pet name:
Neeve, is a spunky, sweet, shy until she gets to know you, adorable puppy. We think she was born sometime in December 2021, making her about 6 months old this spring. Neeve’s mother is a Shepherd cross.  Our best guess is that dad may have been a terrier/lab/husky cross. Neeve will be a large dog, once she grows into her big paws!  

Neeve is currently enrolled in a Puppy School program, where she’s learning about crate training, potty training, and receiving some special remedial socialization. She will need for her forever family to continue coaching her on these skills. Neeve’s trainer is happy to help with her ongoing skill development, and will be available to help her forever family.  We expect that Neeve may develop to be a sweet, but shy adult dog.

Neeve is dog friendly, and would love to have a canine companion (or 2, or 3) to share her life with. She does great in playgroups with up to 6 other dogs!  Confident, outgoing dogs bring out the best in her because she imitates their behavior.

Neeve is located in Ramah, NM. Adoption transport can be arranged. 

Interested?  Fill out an online adoption application and/or contact her foster mom,


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