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My name is Hilo!

Dogo Argentino Dog for adoption in Henderson, Nevada - Hilo
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On My Way Home Rescue

Facts about Hilo

  • Breed: Dogo Argentino
  • Color: White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
This 105 pound beauty is Hilo. Finally ready for adoption after gaining about 30 much-needed pounds, Hilo is only a few years old but has been bred and neglected a great deal in her short life. She is a Dogo Argentino who is very good with other dogs and is looking for an attentive and loving family with plenty of time to spend with her and love her. Her adoption fee is $300.00.

About On My Way Home Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

The dogs that we accept into our rescue program are primarily from high-kill animal shelters but we also occasionally accept owner surrenders as well, depending upon the amount of space within the rescue. Our dogs are fostered in loving foster homes until they are adopted into their forever homes. They are all spayed/neutered (unless there is a medical condition preventing a safe spay/neuter), microchipped, and vaccinated. Some dogs also receive a dental cleaning when medically recommended. Our goal is to find the best and most appropriate home for each individual dog.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

Our adoption venues change weekly. Please watch our Facebook page for updates on locations and times: https://www.facebook.com/pages/On-My-Way-Home-Dachshund-Rescue/250123398371289, or check out our website at http://www.OnMyWayHomeRescue.com

Our Adoption Process...

In order to adopt from our rescue, an adoption application must be completed first (at Http://www.OnMyWayHomeRescue.com) and a home visit must be completed before an adoption can be performed. Our adoption fees vary based upon the health and age of each individual dog. Please note: We spend a great deal of money on our adult and senior dogs to ensure that they receive appropriate medical care and treatment. The adoption fees help to recuperate some of these costs so that we can continue our rescue endeavors.