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In shelter Dog

warrenville, SC, 29851
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This gorgeous fluffy baby is saw! 

She’s the sister to chistle (also pictured with her) and she as well as chistle resemble das chadors! 

They have short legs and with long backs and lab looking bodies! We know the mom was a 25 pound fluffy terrier but the dad was a fly by nighter or we could have multiple daddies based on how different each of these babies looked! 

At almost 5 months they are 15/19 pounds so we think they may be 45 or less (can’t guarantee) 

Saw has her busy playtime’s but is also very cuddly and sweet. Working on her potty training and does well with the other dogs and really doesn’t play with the cat. She’s fine with older children but has not been introduced to children under 6. 

She is crate trained, working on leash training. She loves the yard and sun bathing. She will need a fenced yard. No electric fencing or doggie doors please. 

Adoption fee of $300 includes
-4 vaccines
-worm and parasite treated
-up to date on flea and tick and monthly heartworm prevention 

If you are interested in adoption please follow the link to her application

After reading the application your attachments can be sent to the following email


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