Hi, my name is DD and I am a 1 year old Hound mix that was brought to the shelter as a stray. I am a very pretty, super sweet, and playful girl! I have the best disposition, get along well with other dogs, and walk well on a leash! Now, I'm searching for my forever home to share all my life and love with you! Are you searching for a true friend to add that sparkle to your life? Well, adopt me and let's start making sweet memories together! My adoption fee is $125 and includes spay/neuter surgery, canine vaccinations (including rabies for puppies 12 weeks and older), deworming, heartworm testing, one month flea/tick and heartworm preventative, a wellness check with an OLHS-affiliated veterinarian, a microchip for permanent identification, one month of 24PetWatch Pet Insurance, an engraved ID tag, and a lifetime of unconditional love!
For more information and to see additional photos of our pets, visit our website at: www.oxfordpets.com
Adoption Fees: Puppies/Dogs - $125 and Kittens/Cats - $100
Visit our website to complete our online electronic adoption application. Click on the Adopt a Dog/Cat/Small Mammal link to complete appropriate form.
Out-of-State Adoptions: We welcome out-of-state adoption applications, however, due to limited resources and funding, OLHS does not transport or fly animals out-of-state. Please consider the travel length and time before completing an adoption application.
To access a complete list of all of our adoptable pets, list of fees, make an online donation, information about our low cost Spay/Neuter program, or additional information about the OLHS, visit our website at oxfordpets.com.
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