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In shelter Dog

Mount Holly, NJ, 08060
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Our sweet girl Princess deserves a home where shell be treated like royalty! Princess is a mild-mannered, calm girl who was surrendered to BCAS on 9/6/22 due to her familys housing issues. Princess previously lived with two dog siblings, and she seems to enjoy the company of other dogs. She also lived with children under 6 years old, and would frequently have visitors over who had a one year old baby. Princess was great with the kids and would allow them to sit on her, cuddle her, and give her lots of kisses. She can be shy and bark at strangers, but as soon as she knows you she is so happy and affectionate! Princess was partially housetrained in her last home but had occasional accidents - she would use puppy pads if she had to go indoors. When it comes to exercise, Princess has a moderate energy level and likes walks and runs as well as playtime with kids or other dogs. She plays nicely with everyone as long as they are gentle with her. Princess has some hair loss and skin irritation, and is currently on medication to help her feel better and re-grow her beautiful coat! But Princess isnt just a pretty face - shes also very smart and already knows basic obedience commands like sit, stay, down, come, and wait; she plays fetch; and she comes running when her name is called. Princess LOVES car rides and enjoys being brushed. If you have room in your castle for this pretty Princess, please apply now to adopt her!


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