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Adopt Peach - Special Needs

Female Adult Shepherd (Unknown Type) / Chow Chow

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About Peach - Special Needs

Age: 3 yrs
Weight: 45 lbs
Reported good with dogs of both genders and all sizes
Reported good with kids 5+
Special Needs:  Congential Rectovaginal Fistula with Anal Atresia (she lacks an anus and therefore, defecates and urinates through the same interior and exterior structures)

Peach is a very unique, Special Needs lady who is about 3.5-years-old. She is believed to be some sort of Shepherd mix and she weighs 45 pounds.

Peach is an extremely Sweet and Loving girl and she is great with kids, other dogs, and even cats but can be a little fearful with men. She rides well in the car and is a terrific dog. She is currently in a foster home with several other dogs and two cats. She is crate trained and finds comfort in her "home".  Gentle and smart she is great in a fenced-in yard. While she gets along with others she would love all of the attention.   

Peach was born with a rectovaginal fistula with anal atresia. In more understandable language, she has no butthole and she poops out of her vagina. She has lived a very normal life with this condition, up until now, so we are fairly certain that she will be fine going forward.  

Some rescues would not even consider placing a dog like Peach. We knew what a Love she is and so now she is here and ready to find her Forever Home. If you want to be the Special Place for this very Special Girl, Peach is READY.

Peach will possibly do well in a home with a doggie door and fence. Please contact us with any questions.

You can apply to adopt Peach at

Adoption Fee: $350

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This Pet is no longer available. Below you can find other pets in Mostly Muttz Rescue


Peach - Special Needs
5 years, 6 months
45 pounds
Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
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Hound (Unknown Type)

Age: 8 months.  Weight: 41 pounds. Requires a physically fenced yard Brida must have a companion dog in her furever home Meet Brida! Bri... show more

Age: 8 months.  Weight: 41 pounds. Requires a physically fenced yard Brida must have a companion dog in her furever home Meet Brida! Brida came to Mostly Muttz after living outside on a farm with many other dogs for the first six months of her life. She and the other dogs rescued together are known as the 'Last Kingdom Litter', named for characters from the series. Initially, Brida was a bit unsure about her new surroundings and indoor life. However, after a few short weeks, she has easily adapted to her new life and loves all of the dogs she is in foster with.  Brida has a gentle soul, is very submissive and is very smart. It has taken her no time at all to learn basic commands (although she currently feels most comfortable listening to commands alongside her doggie friends as she looks to them for examples and comfort) Brida has been excellent with cats.  Brida is still learning about people. She is comfortable with her foster family, but timid with visitors or when passing people during a walk.  Young children will likely be overwhelming for her, therefore a home with older children is recommended. She is working on socialization while in foster and ideally her future family will continue to work with her. With continuous effort, Brida will likely overcome her timidness in new situations and with new people. Patience and time will be necessary during the first few weeks, but as soon as she learns the new routine and her expectations, she will become an easy addition. Brida loves to lay outside and sunbathe.  She is working on her leash skills while in foster and is making steady progress on leash. While she is gaining confidence on leash, she is still timid/nervous in a neighborhood setting at this time due to loud noises and new people.  If you are interested in BRIDA and would like to give her the loving home she deserves, please contact Mostly Muttz! You can apply to adopt her at show less