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Breed: Formosan Mountain Dog/Lab Mix

Gender: Female, Spayed

Age: 3-Month

Weight: 6 lbs

Dogs: Good with dogs

Cats: Good with cats 

Kids: Good with kids

Housebroken: In training 

Crate Trained: N/A

Leash: N/A

Energy Level: Medium

Meet Shiloh!

Shiloh is a lovely girl. She was found when she was around one-month old. So small she had just begun to open her eyes. She and her three siblings were wandering around in an industrial sized garage dump facility. The condition was dirty and dangerous. Large construction vehicles meant to transport large amounts of trash would frequently endanger Shiloh and her siblings. With no trace of her mother, the sisters instinctively stuck together and kept away from danger. However, they soon began to starve without the nourishment of their mothers milk, it’s hard to imagine how incredibly helpless they were.

Our rescuer is no stranger to places like the garage dump Shiloh was found in. Neglected dogs frequently occupy these places. They have either been dumped here or ended up here while scavenging for food. Luckily for Shiloh and her siblings, our rescuer had found them and quickly took them to the vet. While there, she has been checked and treated for ailments. They also tested for heartworms and treated for ticks and fleas as well as any common disease. Shiloh is now a healthy pup ready to find her forever home.

Of her siblings, Shiloh is the baby. She enjoys being cuddled and pet. She is very food driven which often causes her to fall asleep with a full belly. We are looking for a loving family that understand the responsibility of raising a puppy like Shiloh. Your home will be a welcome change for her compared to the dirty conditions she had been accustomed to. She is ready to join your family, to not have to worry about her next meal, whom she can trust, and to understand who she can call her family.

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