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Maple

Female Puppy Catahoula Leopard Dog Siberian Husky yes (mixed)

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About Maple

Adoption Fee: $560

Maple is a 10 - 12 month old, female catahoula husky mix. Her and her sister Honey were found wondering the streets together. Paws Rescue League took both Maple and Honey into our rescue. Maple got her name, because her and honey were found on a street called Maple Lane. 

Maple is spayed, and UTD on all required vaccines, she is Heartworm Negative, and she is current on her monthly preventatives, and flea and tick preventatives. She is crate trained, and house broken. Loves people, and loves to play with other dogs. Her past foster homes had cats, and she was noted to not pay them any attention.In one home she didnt even know there were cats! Maple is currently in a foster home in New England while she awaits her perfect furever family to find her, and adopt her!

Maple has great recall, she walks well onleash and off leash. She enjoys hikining, and going for walks and taking in the beautiful fall scenery! If you are looking for a loyal, best friend who will love being at your side, Maple is the dog for you! She is still young and would be easy to learn your routine, and to continue on her training. While she is young, she is also old enough, where she is passed the puppy behaviors of teething, and house training! Seriously we dont know how this beautiful girl hasnt found her furever home yet!

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Details

Name
Maple
Age
11 Months, 3 Weeks and 4 Days
Gender
Female
Size
Medium
Primary Color
White
Secondary Color
Brown
Pet Has Special Needs
NO
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
Not Sure

Paws Rescue League

Bristol CT 06010

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