Maddie was found living on the streets. She had a microchip but her owners no longer wanted her. She's a sweet girl with an old spinal injury which causes her to be a bit unstable on her feet and incontinent. Her foster mom reports her incontinence is not an issue as she has no problems wearing diapers or cover ups. Maddie loves to play with other dogs and her toys. She especially loves squeaky tennis balls! Because of her injury Maddie won't make the best running buddy but she'll happily curl up next to you for a Netflix binge anytime of the day. Thunderstorms are a little scary for her but that just means more cuddles for her forever human...is that you?
We are remolding our dog kennels now, so Maddie is in a foster home. If you will like to meet Maddie we do ask that you fill out an adoption application first. You can go to our website or come to our shelter to fill out an application.
For all pet inquiries and for faster service, please contact the Adoption Director by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need to speak with someone, you can call the shelter and leave a message at 214-350-7387. If you are interested in adopting this pet you will need to submit a filled-in adoption application (dognkittycity.org/2/adoption-application.html) to the Adoption Director in person, by email, or by fax at 214-484-6695.
| Adoption Director |
| Dog & Kitty City |
2719 Manor Way
Dallas, Texas 75235
Hours: Daily 11:45-5. Closed holidays.
Please note that many of our dogs are at off-site adopt-a-pets on Saturdays, and some of our pets are in foster homes or other off-site adoption locations, such as PetSmart. Please email us to verify that the pet you are interested in is at the shelter prior to visiting us. GREATER DALLAS INQUIRIES ONLY, PLEASE!
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