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Nina

Female Adult Mixed Breed (mixed)

If you have any questions about Nina, please contact Mountain Pet Rescue Asheville at pets@mpravl.org

Mountain Pet Rescue Asheville

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About Nina

Nina is a beautiful brindle and white female who is about 2 years old. She was a beloved pet who was surrendered when her human became homeless, so she is ready to pour all that love out on a new human. Nina is housebroken and gets along well with her foster brothers and sisters.  She respects the grouchy cat of the house too.  Nina is great in the car and is looking to be a sidekick on all your adventures.   A cuddler, hiker and all around sweetie wants to be your girl!

She recently graduated from the New Leash on Life Program at the Craggy Prison in Asheville, where the dogs learn basic obedience, house-training, crate-training and a few neat tricks. Local dog trainer, Jenny White, of Dog-Ed, supervises the training.

If you are interested in meeting Nina, please fill out an application at www.mpravl.org/adoption-application-dog. Her adoption fee is $250 and she is spayed, microchipped, up to date on vaccinations, dewormed, tested for heartworm, and kept on monthly flea/heartworm prevention.

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Details

Name
Nina
Age
2 years, 3 months
Gender
Female
Size
Weight
9/15 - 42.5 lb
Primary Color
Brown
Secondary Color
Brindle
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Not Sure

Mountain Pet Rescue Asheville

9 Old Pisgah Highway Candler NC 28715

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