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Hello. My name is Kat and I am a young (estimated to be 1 year 3 months old), female medium mix dog. The volunteers here at the shelter believe I look like I have Labrador Retriever and some kind of terrier in me. I don't know - I'm just a beautiful girl!
I arrived at the shelter back in mid April 2016 after someone found me living under the porch of an abandoned house. Some very nice people rescued me and I arrived at Gail's Pets. A week later I gave birth to 14 puppies! Unfortunately the first 5 didn't make it because I didn't know what to do. But, my surviving 9 puppies are doing great. They are big and healthy. I was finally able to wean them and then I had to wait for my milk to dry up before I could be spayed. All of that is now done, so I am looking for a furrever home.
I get along great with other dogs. I'm currently in a pen with a 5 month old puppy and we are getting along great. I also love to go for walks.
(It was very hot on the day I was having my pictures taken and I was panting alot. I heard they are going to take some new pictures of me soon.)
Kat resides at a rescue organization in Arkansas. Please contact Gail Ross at 870-431-8229, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss this dog. You can find our adoption application by going to www.Gailspets.org and clicking on the Adoption Application tab. The application, when completed and submitted, will be electronically sent to Gail’s email address. If you live on the East Coast, we work with a wonderful transport company that takes extra special care of the precious cargo that they deliver to anxious new families. Here is a link to their Route 1 schedule.
**Ozark Mutts and Stuff is listing this dog as a courtesy to another rescue. Ozark Mutts and Stuff makes no guarantee as to its disposition, personality, behavior or future health beyond the veterinary documentation provided from the rescue in which the dog is being adopted from. Ozark Mutts and Stuff is not responsible if it should become sick, or have undesirable behavior in the future.**