This little beauty is Quila, and she is ready to become your new best friend! Quila is an approximately 43 lbs, blonde, young, Boxer/Lab mix, who just loves to have a whole lot of fun! Quila found herself in a shelter after her paw became severely infected from a snake bite to her foot. She has since made a fantastic recovery, and now this wonderful girl is a Dog Star who is more than ready to finally have a loving home of her very own!
Quila is a very well adjusted and confident girl with a high energy level- this little pup loves to play, swim and get plenty of exercise! Quila would do best in a home where she will get plenty of activity- playing, hiking, walking, and whatever else you can think of- are all great ways for Quila to enjoy her days with her family. She is fantastic with kids- she treats them as her little friends. Quila needs to be the only pet in the household. She is crate trained and trained to walk on a leash. She has been successfully house trained in her foster home, however, as with all dogs, we understand that as she settles into a new home, she may regress a bit as far as house training is concerned.
The fee for adoption is $450. This includes spay/neuter, vaccinations and transport fees.
Interested in adopting Quila? To get the ball rolling head over to http://www.dogstarrescue.org/the-form/ and submit your application today. A Dog Star representative will contact you within 24 hours. If you do not get a response within 24 hours of submitting your application, please check your spam folder.
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