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Meet Connie, the adorable chi mix with the biggest ears that somewhat resemble a Fennec Fox. Connie's journey to finding her forever home has been a bit of an adventure, and now she's counting on you to make it complete.
Connie's story began when she was found running along the side of the road, close to the shelter. It's highly likely that she was dumped there, possibly because someone knew the shelter was in that location. Despite her rough start, Connie is a resilient spirit with so much love to give.
We named her Connie, short for "Conejo" which means rabbit in Spanish because, at first glance, we thought she was a rabbit! She's not, but those ears are still pretty remarkable.
Connie is a sweet, gentle soul who is around 1.5 years old. She has slightly low platelets, so she's on Doxy as a precaution, but she's otherwise healthy and ready to embark on her new journey. She will be spayed shortly, so you can adopt her with peace of mind.
One of Connie's most remarkable qualities is her friendly nature. She gets along brilliantly with other dogs, making her an excellent companion for your furry family members. Whether you're a family looking for a new addition or an individual seeking a loyal and loving companion, Connie is ready to fill your life with happiness.
Connie weighs approximately 5.2kg, making her a perfect size for indoor living and outdoor adventures. She's a bundle of joy waiting to bring endless smiles to your home.
Are you ready to give Connie the loving forever home she deserves? If you're interested in adopting this adorable chi mix with the big, fox-like ears, please fill out an application in the first instance.
What does it cost to adopt a dog?
The adoption costs are $3,000 MXN for Mexican Nationals, $550 CND Canadian or $400 USD for Temporary or Permanent residents living in Mexico. Adoption costs for dogs adopted in countries other than Mexico are $750 CND or $600 US dollars. Don't forget, wherever you live, to budget for all the other things your new fur-baby will need.