Hi, my name is Dixie and I am an 11 1/2 month old Smooth Collie mix that was brought to the shelter by my owner because they thought I had unrealistic expectations. I really am a stunning girl, and just as sweet and playful as can be! I have the most darling personality, get along well with other dogs, and walk well on a leash. Now, I would love to be your best friend and companion! Are you searching for the perfect forever friend? Well, adopt me and let's start our new life 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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