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My name is Maggie May!

American Staffordshire Terrier/Basenji Mix Dog for adoption in San Jose, California - Maggie May
Photo 1 - American Staffordshire Terrier/Basenji Mix Dog for adoption in San Jose, California - Maggie May
Photo 2 - American Staffordshire Terrier/Basenji Mix Dog for adoption in San Jose, California - Maggie May
Photo 3 - American Staffordshire Terrier/Basenji Mix Dog for adoption in San Jose, California - Maggie May
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Reggie's Friends - San Jose

Facts about Maggie May

  • Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier/Basenji Mix
  • Color: Brindle - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
**Maggie May is currently being fostered in Houston. Her adoption will be out-of-state, which means, unfortunately, meeting her prior to her adoption will not be possible. Her adoption donation is $500USD, which covers her flight, a new kennel, and of course she is fully vetted. Because flights are so expensive, the adoption fee is non-negotiable.**

Our beautiful Maggie was found all alone in a park. We don’t know how she got there, but it seemed like she was waiting for someone to come back for her. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for dogs in Houston to be dumped in parks. After being there for a few days alone, and approaching many people for help, she finally came upon a Guardian Angel told her to hop in the car and she was whisked to the safety of her foster home.

Maggie is a roughly 2-3 year old Stafforshire / Plott Hound mix. She is just under 40 pounds and fully grown. She has the most stunning brindle coat and the best ears. Maggie is a great size dog for any living situation.

Maggie is currently being fostered in a home with other dogs, small and large, and she gets along well with all of them. She hasn’t met any cats yet, so we are not sure how she would do with a kitty sibling.

Maggie is an active breed mix, so she will be best suited for an active family who is committed to getting her proper exercise and socialization. Maggie will be a great match for anyone who loves to run, hike, or camp and then snuggle at the end of the day. Maggie should be adopted by a family who plans to keep her as an inside dog and not planning to leave her alone unattended for extend periods of time outdoors (for example the entire work day).

Maggie is kennel trained and has done very well with her house training, but her new family should understand that dogs can take a few weeks to acclimate to their new homes and environments. This may include having accidents, crying in her kennel, and getting into things she shouldn't. Maggie should be adopted by a family who is willing to give her the time she needs to acclimate and use positive reinforcement during the process.

Maggie is fully vetted (spayed, microchipped, fully vaccinated) and has no known health or allergy issues.

The first step in our adoption process is to fill out an application – this can be done via our website at www.reggiesfriends.org - please hover over the adoptables tab and the link to the application will appear.

If you have any questions about Maggie, please email us at adoptions@reggiesfriends.org

About Reggie's Friends - San Jose

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http://www.reggiesfriends.org/#!donate/c10h4

Our Adoption Process...

All Reggie's Friends dogs are located in Houston TX and all of our adoptions are out-of-state. This means that the dogs cannot be met prior to adoption. While unconventional, it is the best way we have figured out how to save dogs suffering in Houston. We have finalized over 300 out-of-state adoptions in the past two years.

The first step in our adoption process is to complete an application on our website www.reggiesfriends.org - hovering over the Adoptables tab will bring up the application link. Following the application, we will conduct a reference and vet check and then set a time for a video chat via Facetime or Skype in order for potential adopters to "meet" the dog and us. We have found great success in conducting our adoptions in this manner and look forward to much success in the future!