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My name is Clementine!
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Mini Mighty Mutts
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Facts about me

Australian Shepherd/Hound (Unknown Type)
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
(Current) 25 lb
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My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Clementine is an Australian Shepherd/Redbone Hound mix who was born in August 2015. She weighs about 30 lbs. Clem has a medical condition called megaesophagus. Dogs with megaesophagus have a dilated esophagus due to lack of muscle tone, which causes food to sit in the esophagus rather than travel to the stomach. As a result, it is not unusual for her to regurgitate. She is on a structured feeding routine and eats in a Bailey Chair. In spite of this, Clementine is an otherwise ‘normal' dog. She is very friendly with everyone - including other dogs and cats - and especially loves children. She is housebroken and crate trained. Clem's megaesophagus will be a lifelong medical condition that will need continued monitoring. She is an incredibly sweet dog and would love to be part of a family.


Mini Mighty Mutts

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Phoenix, AZ 85048

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We require an application and a home visit prior to all of our adoptions. We do adopt out of state, and may have a representative from another rescue complete the home visit for us. Once the home visit is completed and approved, the dog is available for you to adopt! While this sounds like a lengthy process, it actually is often completed in a day or two. We have an adoption contract that is filled out at the time of adoption, along with adoption fee's collected at that time. Our adoption fee's are Under 1yr: $250 1yr to 9yrs: $200 10yrs and up: $150

More about this rescue

We are a nonprofit, 501(C)(3), all volunteer, limited admission small dog rescue organization funded by private donations and adoption fees. We are a group of individuals who are dedicated to rescuing small breed dogs who have been abandoned, abused, neglected or left behind by their former owners. Our belief is that companion animals are living beings who are not merely "pets" but family members. We strive to find homes for them who share this view. We are committed to providing them with a temporary home where they receive veterinary care, including spay or neuter, socialization, exercise, love and good nutrition until their forever home can be found. We do not discriminate against small dogs based on breed or physical disability. Mini Mighty Mutts is a limited admissions rescue. We can only take in as many animals as our foster homes can safely and responsibly care for. We do not euthanize animals to make room for more. We simply stop taking in new animals until we have room. Each homeless dog will remain in our care until he or she finds a new home.