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My name is Chiquita!

Blue Heeler/Cattle Dog Mix Dog for adoption in St. Francisville, Louisiana - Chiquita
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I'm being cared for by:
West Feliciana Animal Humane Society NEW!

Facts about Chiquita

  • Breed: Blue Heeler/Cattle Dog Mix
  • Color: Gray/Blue/Silver/Salt & Pepper
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
CHIQUITA
HEELER MIX
FEMALE
33 POUNDS
HEARTWORM: POSITIVE, AWAITING TREATMENT
Chiquita is a bit timid right now and working on getting to know everyone. She doesn't mind other dogs but isn't ready to play just yet! She'd rather just walk with you and other dogs to get comfortable being socialized. She's a sweet baby!

About West Feliciana Animal Humane Society NEW!

About Our Shelter...

The West Feliciana Animal Humane Society was formed in 2012 in order to assist the WF Parish Sheriff's Office with the abandoned and lost animals of West Feliciana Parish.

Our mission is to provide a safe, healthy, and caring environment for the animals under our care as we search for their original owners or a caring adoptive home for them.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Monday-Saturday: 9am-4pm
Sunday: 9am-12pm, 2pm-4pm

Check us out on Facebook, too at our pages!

West Feliciana Animal Humane Society Friends
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West Feliciana Animal Humane Society

Our pets are listed there as well, as well as upcoming adoption events and other pictures of all our animals!

Our Adoption Process...

Dogs- $100
Cats- $75

Potential Adopters should first fill out the adoption application below!

Upon adoption, adopter must agree to a contract which states they will have the animal licensed and vaccinated yearly. All pets will be spayed/neutered before adoption. The adopter has 10 days to return the pet for a refund.

*Safe Haven Dogs* “Safe Haven” classification refers to the dogs in our shelter that are of certain breeds and mixes such as American Pit bull Terrier, Staffordshire Terrier, Chow, Dogo Argentino, Rottweiler or Mastiff. We do not limit Safe Haven dogs to just these breeds, but these are some of the most common breeds we see.
In order to ensure the safety of our animals, we require a more extensive adoption process for this group. Some of these breeds are at risk of being used as fighting dog or bait dogs. Sometimes people adopt these breeds for unethical reasons, and not as a family member. This process ensures that these dogs go to homes where they will be loved and cared for as a family member.