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Terrier Mix


7.7kg (17lbs)


1.5 years (17/07/2023)




Black / Brown

Special Needs?


Dog friendly?


Cat friendly?


Good with kids?




More about me...

More about me

🐾 Meet Kimmie, the Cuddly Teddy Terrier! 🐻🐾
Looking for a fabulous and friendly companion? Look no further than Kimmie, the black and brown terrier mix who will melt your heart with her teddy bear appearance and winsome personality!
Weighing in at a petite 7.7 kilograms, this 1.5-year-old pooch is as light as a feather (almost) but full of love. Kimmie's endearing features with soulful eyes make her irresistibly cuddly.
But Kimmie isn't just cute—she's also incredibly social! Having mingled with many dogs at the shelter, she gels well with all of them. She's the ultimate canine confidante for your furry family.
One of Kimmie's favorite activities is taking a dip in the water! She absolutely loves to swim and can't resist a chance to splash around. Whether it's a pool, a lake, or even a puddle, Kimmie is always up for some aquatic fun.
Kimmie's journey to the shelter was tough. Once a stray, she wandered the streets in search of food, constantly chased away from homes and businesses. Now, she's ready for a forever home where love, comfort, and delicious treats await.
Kimmie's has not let past experiences dampen her lively spirit! She's resilient, focusing on the present and embracing every opportunity for playtime and affection. With Kimmie, you'll experience the boundless joy dogs bring.
If you're seeking a companion who's charming, cheerful, and a water enthusiast, Kimmie is the perfect match. This terrier mix promises laughter, love, and adventure, all wrapped up in a package that looks like a teddy bear.

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.




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