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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Washington, DC, 20007
Pet name:
Name: Damina Best Guess for Breed: Terrier mix
Best Guess for Age: 1 year as of September 2022 SEX: Female

Approximate Weight: 12 lbs

Gets Along With: Other dogs! We havent seen her with cats but she can be tested once she has arrived in the DC area. Because she can get nippy when she is scared, we do not recommend her for a home with children under the age of 12.

Currently Living at: Shelter; needs a foster or forever home in the DC area to get her freedom ride here on October 3! If youre interested in fostering or adopting Damina, please see below for more information.

Special adoption considerations: Damina can nip out of fear when she is scared, so we do not recommend her for a home with children under the age of 12, who could startle her with unexpected movements. Additionally, Damina is coming to us straight from the shelter; she has not yet been spayed. We have scheduled the alter procedure to take place as soon as possible. However, if Damina is adopted prior to that time, it will be the responsibility of the adopter to ensure that this is done no later than November 3, 2022. There are NO EXCEPTIONS and NO EXTENSIONS to this date. A non-refundable spay/neuter deposit will be collected if you would like Lucky Dog to pay for this animal to be spayed/neutered at one of our low cost partner vets.

Damina is Looking For: Her forever family! Shes a young girl eager to have her own humans for long sniffy walks and all those great adventures out in the world. And for snuggles and cuddles too! Shes looking for loving humans who understand that to this small girl, at just 12 pounds, many things can be big and scary, especially when they are unexpected. She needs a nice calm home where she isnt surprised by sudden loud noises or movements; we are recommending a home with no children under the age of 12 for this reason. Shelter staff say Damina is going great in the shelter! Shes looking forward to getting under her own roof, where shes safe and loved for all her own days and gets a warm lap to curl up in at the end of a fun day. What do you say? Will that lap be yours?
What My Foster Says About Me: We will update this once she has arrived in the DC area and spent some time with her foster
Lucky Dog cannot guarantee any dog is housebroken. All of our dogs are working on their crate training.
TO ADOPT: The adoption fee for this dog is $400, which includes the cost of routine vetting, including vaccinations. If you are interested in adopting, please complete the Adoption Questionnaire online at .

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