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Dixie - in Maine!

Updated November 2017

 

Dixie is so sweet and is a reserved shy girl but is doing better all the time. She is living with a female dog and doing well. She can be nervous when meeting new people but once she settles in she is wonderful. She would be great in a family who has another fun dog to play with. She is a spunky little ball of energy! Dixie has gone  to day care and had a blast playing with the other dogs! She is such a doll!  Dixie is living with a young boy and loves him, and has lived with three young girls.

 

Dixie has changed so much in the time she’s been in her current foster home. She thrives with another confident dog in the home and she is gaining confidence in meeting new people.  Dixie is the funniest girl ! She LOVES the water. She does the funniest thing. When you take out the hose and put it in the kiddie pool to fill, she will grab the hose and take off with it! She will jump right in and roll around in the water.  

 

Dixie is about 9 months old (as of mid-November) and is a beautiful lab mix. Mom is a fluffy white retriever and nobody knows Dad so it's impossible to know what she is mixed with. Their mom is a super nice dog and all the pups have been wonderful also. Dixie is the last to get adopted but we know her turn is right around the corner. 

They came into our southern partner rescue when someone called the rescuers asking them to take one puppy she had. When they posted her up needing foster someone else sent a message that she had the NINE siblings! Thankfully they were able to take all 10 of these "country music" babes and five went to  a different rescue, leaving us with 5 cuties!

 

If you are interested in Dixie or any of our sweeties, please fill out the adoption application

Please note: we do not have a physical facility where the dogs are housed; they are cared for in our wonderful foster network throughout New England. It is our expectation that, once approved, a potential family will meet the dog(s) in the foster setting where they are feeling safe and loved.