My name is Camela and I'm a 6 year old, 12 lb, Chi mix, girly girl. I was told age 6 is considered senior. Who made that rule? Isn't 6 in dog years the new 4? You can call me a senior to get the discount at Denny's but other than that, I'm not even middle age. Little dogs live to be 13-17 years old. I'm just saying... I don't know how I got to the Mesquite Animal Shelter but they said they were full and sent out an immediate notice that I needed a rescue org to step up. Thank goodness one did. They put me with a great foster where I can live until I find my forever home. I've been told my big brown eyes will melt your heart, my flair for fashion will make the neighbor dogs jealous, and my ears will make you laugh. If you think like I do and age is just a number, then we might be a pair. Please come check me out. Carmela is available for adoption and is also eligible for our foster to adopt program. If interested, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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