Blue is anything but! She’s a sweet, joyful pup who just wants to play. Little Blue, a Dogo Argentino mix, was adopted from a shelter in New Orleans but returned because she’s deaf. That’s no handicap at all – Blue is smart, eager to please and responds to training. Four years old and she’s taking to the common commands that will help her be a well-mannered young lady. Blue's friendly with other dogs, but can be dog selective and will do well in an active household. If you’re ready to play, Blue's your girl.
For info on how you can make Blue part of your family, please fill out our adoption application:
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