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Facts about Daisy Duke (aka Dukey)-Spayed
Breed: Boxer/Corgi Mix
Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With White
Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
already spayed, housetrained, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Daisy Duke (aka Dukey)-Spayed's Info...
I am already spayed, housetrained, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Daisy Duke (aka Dukey)-Spayed's Story...
Daisy Duke (aka Dukey)-Spayed's Story...
"Daisy Duke" (who also answers to Dukey or Big Mama) is a lovely 6-year old female Boxer/Corgi mix who was surrendered by her tearful owner on September 17, 2016. Her housemate (Spunky) was also surrendered because their owner lost her job and could no longer keep her beloved pets :( "Dukey" has a fawn short smooth coat with white highlights on her chest and paws, a long tail, and a beautiful face with soulful eyes and short 'horizontal' ears. "Dukey" has a sweet, gentle disposition. This girl literally loves everyone (people, children, other dogs, and cats). "Dukey" hadn't been treated kindly for the first year of her, but thankfully that changed when her present owner rescued her and truly loved/spoiled/pampered her the way that every dog should enjoy. "Dukey" is a cuddler who loves to snuggle up and sleep next to you. She knows some commands and will 'sit' and 'speak', and she walks gently on a leash. "Dukey" has been kept indoors and is housebroken. She is very sensitive and wants to do everything to please you. "Dukey" is afraid of loud noises (including loud voices since she assumes she has done something wrong) :( She is allergic to fleas and red food dye. "Dukey" weighs 71 lbs. and has already been spayed. We hope that she will find a new home asap where she can once again snuggle up with someone who loves her. It breaks our hearts to think of her sleeping in a kennel when she has enjoyed a real home for so many years :( Tag PhotoAdd LocationEdit Like CommentShare Top Comments 10 Jody Bargeloh, Susan Campbell Bunting and 8 others 2 Comments 21 shares Comments Humane Society of the Ohio Valley - HSOV Humane Society of the Ohio Valley - HSOV "Dukey" has a beautiful face with soulful eyes and short 'horizontal' ears. "Dukey" has a sweet, gentle disposition <3 This girl literally loves everyone (people, children, other dogs, and cats). We hope that she will find a new home asap where she can once again snuggle up with someone who loves her. It breaks our hearts to think of her sleeping in a kennel when she has enjoyed a real home for so many years :(
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We are located at 90 Mt. Tom Rd. in Marietta ,Ohio 45750. We are open Monday through Friday from 11:00am to 5:00pm. and Saturdays from 11:00am to 4:00pm. . Sundays by appointment only.
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption process includes an adoption application which must be completed and approved by our shelter management. We verify veterinarian references and also approval from landlords if the pet will be housed in rental property. Home visits may also be required prior to adoption. .
Adoption fee for dogs is $125.00 which includes vaccinations, wormer, dog tag, and spay/neuter.
Adoption fee for cats is $20 dollars and includes vaccinations, wormer, and spay/neuter. Most adult cats (and kittens over 3-months of age) have already been spayed/neutered.
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