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Betty Boop is a female 6 year old Rottweiler/Hound mix. She gets along good with others. She is friendly, gentle, sweet, playful and likes to go on walks. She is about 40lbs. Betty Boop loves car rides and sticking her head out the window.
Betty Boop came to us because her person tragically led a life of depression and was unable to carry life on. He was a very active animal rescue volunteer and was also known as the town dog savior. He rescued many off the streets and brought them in to be placed in homes. He was a very kind man always putting the animals first.
As you can imagine the loss has been a tremendous one on his widow. They had a pack of 8 dogs. His widow could not handle more than four of them. The dogs are traumatized as well having been uprooted from all they know. Betty Boop was one of four dogs placed in shelters/organizations to be adopted out.
If you are interested in this sweet dog please fill out an online application at www.camppapillon.org/application.html. Your application will not be processed until such time that the required photos have been submitted. Once we have received your photos your application will be processed immediately. Please understand we receive multiple applications and our adoptions are not on a first come, first serve bases. If the pet you have chosen has already been adopted we would be more than happy to process your application for a future adoption.
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