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In shelter Dog

St. Helens, OR, 97051
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This delightful little girl is looking to find that forever family she has always dreamed of. Dixie came to the shelter as an owner surrender because she was barking too much. From what we have seen at the shelter if her needs are not being met or she is scared of something she will just let you know. She is your typical little girl hound, she doesnt stop moving but she loves to play with other dogs. She has a very sweet playstyle and will do well in a home with a male companion that is playful, and willing to show her the ropes of what real life is like.Dixie is a little shy when she meets new people but give her about 10-15 minutes and she will be your best friend in no time. Her small size makes her a great dog for that family that is looking for a medium size dog. She is only about 32lbs. From what we can gather she is about 9 months old and has already found her way through 4 homes. Lets make this Dixies last stop where she can find a forever home that is going to be committed to this little girl for her life. She already walks great on a leash. She likes to play a little fetch, but is also happy just running around sniffing like hounds do. We dont know what she is going to be like with cats, but if she is true to her breed she will more than likely want to chase. This little girl isnt going to be a couch potato, she is going to need daily exercise both mentally and physically.If you are interested in meeting Dixie we ask that you please email in order to obtain an adoption application. Once you have an application on file we will then schedule a time for you to come and meet her. Please note that Dixie is not going to be a good dog for an apartment.Her adoption fee is $250.00 this will include her being current on all her vaccinations, being treated for fleas, treated for worms, microchipped and spayed.For more information call 503-397-4353 or email


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