Dixie

Meet Dixie, a super loveable, playful and spunky girl!
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BREEDAnatolian Shepherd/Red Heeler
SIZELarge
AGEPuppy
GENDERFemale
VACCINATIONSUp to date
HEALTHHealthy
HOMELIFEHousetraining in progress

Name: Dixie
Breed: Anatolian Shepherd Cattle dog mix
Weight: Will be approximately 70-90lbs when fully grown
Age: 10 weeks old
Gender: Female

Home Recommendation: She is a very active, young puppy and needs a family who is ready to play with her all day long! She will need continued training and socialization with animals and people. Dixie would benefit from having a confident dog handler owner who can teach her the ropes and bring her out of her shell. Large dog experience required.

Kids: Would do well with kids above the age of 6

Dogs: Yes! She loves to play with all dogs.

Cats: Yes

Crate Trained: Yes, she sleeps in her crate during the night and seems to enjoy her time spent in it

House Trained: She is doing incredibly well with her house training but will have an occasional accident

Leash Manners: She walks great on a leash!

Personality:  She is shy at first greeting but quickly comes out of her shell to show you what a love bug she really is! Within 10 minutes she will be curled up in your lap or asking to play. She loves squeaky toys and will proudly carry them around the house. After a long day, she is ready to curl up in your lap for a nap! She is very intelligent and responds well told to “sit” and when told no.

Why did they come to Wise? Dixie and her siblings were saved from a farmer in Missouri who did not want them. He threatened he was going to shoot them if they were not taken off of his property. With the help of another rescue, they were safely brought to New Jersey and can’t wait to find their forever homes!

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