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My name is Jasmine!

Australian Cattle Dog/Shepherd (Unknown Type) Mix Dog for adoption in Indianapolis, Indiana - Jasmine
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Waldo's Muttley Crew

Facts about Jasmine

  • Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Shepherd (Unknown Type) Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Jasmine

Female Australian Cattle Dog (Red Heeler) mix. (Born: December 2014) Spayed, microchipped and up to date on vaccinations. Adoption fee $150.00

Jasmine is a fun loving girl! She really enjoys playing catch and is very acrobatic and will leap through the air to catch a tennis ball! She can get a little pouty when you are done playing be she’s not! For this reason she needs to be in a home that will dedicate play time with her every single day especially during her young years. Having another playful dog in her adoptive home would be best. She loves to run around with her foster siblings in their fenced yard. A dominant female in her forever home would probably not be best, but a submissive female or a male will work out just fine. A dog that would tolerate her herding them every once in a while! She has never shown aggression towards dominant dogs, but she hasn’t shown any submission either.

Her foster parents have really worked with her on potty training. She will let out a quiet but audible cry when she does need to go out. Listening for her sign that she has to go out is key. Sometimes she will have a little piddle accident when she gets excited to meet new people.

She is not a fan of being crated when you have to leave her alone. Her foster parents leave her free to roam their house when they are away and let her sleep where she likes at night. Which is usually in their bed or on a dog bed on the floor in the bedroom.

She is very much a furniture dog because she wants to be by your side, especially during thunderstorms!

We believe she would be fine with a household of kids, especially if the kids play with her. She needs a home where she will get a lot of attention and play time and not be left for long periods of time.

Cattle dogs have a lot of energy and need constant stimulation and play time in order to be happy. If you are considering adopting Jasmine, please keep that in mind!

She does well with cats, mainly leaves them alone but she has had some moments of cuddling her foster cat sibling.

If you are interested in adopting Jasmine and are committed to making sure she gets the play time and exercise that she needs, please fill out an application. You can find the application at www.waldosmuttleycrew.org


Jasmine

Female Australian Cattle Dog (Red Heeler) mix. (Born: December 2014) Spayed, microchipped and up to date on vaccinations. Adoption fee $150.00

Jasmine is a fun loving girl! She really enjoys playing catch and is very acrobatic and will leap through the air to catch a tennis ball! She can get a little pouty when you are done playing be she’s not! For this reason she needs to be in a home that will dedicate play time with her every single day especially during her young years. Having another playful dog in her adoptive home would be best. She loves to run around with her foster siblings in their fenced yard. A dominant female in her forever home would probably not be best, but a submissive female or a male will work out just fine. A dog that would tolerate her herding them every once in a while! She has never shown aggression towards dominant dogs, but she hasn’t shown any submission either.

Her foster parents have really worked with her on potty training. She will let out a quiet but audible cry when she does need to go out. Listening for her sign that she has to go out is key. Sometimes she will have a little piddle accident when she gets excited to meet new people.

She is not a fan of being crated when you have to leave her alone. Her foster parents leave her free to roam their house when they are away and let her sleep where she likes at night. Which is usually in their bed or on a dog bed on the floor in the bedroom.

She is very much a furniture dog because she wants to be by your side, especially during thunderstorms!

We believe she would be fine with a household of kids, especially if the kids play with her. She needs a home where she will get a lot of attention and play time and not be left for long periods of time.

Cattle dogs have a lot of energy and need constant stimulation and play time in order to be happy. If you are considering adopting Jasmine, please keep that in mind!

She does well with cats, mainly leaves them alone but she has had some moments of cuddling her foster cat sibling.

If you are interested in adopting Jasmine and are committed to making sure she gets the play time and exercise that she needs, please fill out an application. You can find the application at www.waldosmuttleycrew.org

About Waldo's Muttley Crew

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a group of people who, first and foremost, love animals and want to assist dogs & cats in need. We attempt to educate people concerning appropriate pet care as well as the importance of spay/neuter in order to address the severe over-population of these animals in the U.S.

Come Meet Our Pets...

The first step in our adoption process is to fill out an adoption application. You can find that application on our website -- www.waldosmuttleycrew.org -- click on "Applications", then "Adoption Application". This is no way obligates you to adopt, but it helps to determine if a particular rescue would be a good fit for your family.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption fees generally range from $100-$250. We require completion of an application after which we proceed with a verbal interview, make personal and veterinary reference checks, then conduct a home visit to verify that the home is pet-friendly and safe. Upon approval of an application, we require the signing of an adoption agreement contract which specifies that appropriate care will be taken of the animal in question as well as requiring return of the pet to the organization if the adopters are unable to keep it at some point in the future.