Trixie ID#274353 is a female, 5-year old Bulldog blend with a cute underbite. She is a SUPER-AWESOME girl who is paralyzed in her hind legs. The good news is that she is a strong and muscular girl with an enthusiastic will to enjoy life ... she has a "wheelchair" that fits her perfectly and that she has completely taken to, so she's now now able to roam around on her own with the use of her front legs. Without the chair, she "slides" and is still able to move around quite well.
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Trixie is spunky, loves everyone and is great with children. She has done great meeting other dogs and just needs the right home. She is easy-going, quiet in her kennel, and an absolute love bug!! She gives the best kisses and would make an amazing success story if someone adopted her into their loving home. She needs either adoption or foster care. For information on fostering Trixie, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Trixie is spayed, current on vaccinations and microchipped. Her adoption comes with one free month of pet health insurance. To arrange to meet Trixie, please write to email@example.com AND to firstname.lastname@example.org. Her location changes. She is currently at Paul Jolly Center for Pet Adoptions, 210 Tuleta, 78212 in Brackenridge Park across from the zoo. She also spends time at San Antonio Pets Alive's Marbach Road Adoption Center & Clinic, 9107 Marbach Road, #109, San Antonio 78245. The Marbach Rd location hours of operation are Monday-Friday 1 PM until 6 PM; Saturday 1 PM until 5 PM and Sunday 1 PM until 4 PM. When inquiring about this pet, please be sure to give the pet's ID#.
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