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Name: Mitzy Breed: Lab mix
Approximate Age: 5 years
Approximate Weight: 55 pounds
Currently Living at: Mitzy is currently living in a D.C. foster home.
Meet Mitzy! She is a Lab/American Staffordshire (AKA staffie) mix that weighs approximately 55 pounds. Mitzy has lived with older children and done wonderfully at adoption events with children under the age of 5. She's incredibly affectionate and loves to get snuggles from everyone! Since she can become overwhelmed with other dogs, so she would excel best as a single pup.
Sadly, Mitzy found herself in a shelter after her owner faced unfortunate circumstances and lost his house. She is aching for a second chance and would love to find a new family that will love her forever! This sweetheart sometimes forgets about her size and thinks she is a lap dog as she tries to cuddle. She is also incredibly expressive and can make you laugh with her quirky smiles!
She knows how to sit and take a treat, and has quickly learned down, paw and rollover. She will do anything for a treat! She loves to play tug of war with any toy (and leash!), and especially loves sporting goods (e.g., basketball). With a lot of love and a little patience, Mitzy will be the best new addition to your family!
Like most shelter dogs, Mitzy may need a refresher on housetraining. She is likely crate trained.
The fee for adoption of this dog is $350, which includes the cost of routine vetting, including vaccinations and spay/neuter. If you are interested in adopting, please download our Adoption Questionnaire and email it to Holly at HollyC@luckydoganimalrescue.org!
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