If you like things sweet and covered in chocolate, then Twix is for you. Named after a popular candy bar, this young, female is a true delight! Twix is a 2 year old, Boxer/Lab mix girl who weighs 43 pounds. She is playful and friendly and she walks nicely on her leash. She gets along well with other dogs, tolerates cats and could probably learn to call one a best friend if given a few more introductory sessions. She is an engaging girl that just wants some love and attention in her life. She recently had a beautiful litter of pups and so her nurturing instincts have been sharpened and her ability to multi-task put her in a category all her own. She had 9 puppies and she is still smiling! Twix is spayed, microchipped and fully vetted, so she is ready for her forever home. The perfect home for Twix would be one with someone who wants to teach her things and will give her structure and consistency. Give her plenty of activities and daily exercise and a good sized fenced yard, or dedication to walking or running with her. A tired dog is a happy and content dog and one that stays out of the trash, or your closet for shoes and socks. You can be single and dedicated to her or a couple or a young family with children; we just want this girl to have quality time and attention spent with her. And then Twix will do the rest to sweeten your life! PLEASE NOTE: Our dogs are transported from Tennessee to meeting places in the states where we have posted. Further information about us is given on our Adopt-A-Pet site. The adoption fees vary and will be provided as well as noted on the application you receive. Contact us at 615-661-5333 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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