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Mexi Mix




1 year (20/10/2023)





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🐾 Help Lizzy Find Her Forever Home 🏡
Meet Lizzy, a beautiful one-year-old Brindle Mexi Mix weighing 15kg. Lizzy's story is one of resilience, survival, and hope, and now she needs your help to find her forever home.
Lizzy was one of Willow's puppies and started her life with a challenging beginning. At just four weeks old, she and her siblings were cruelly dumped at the SULA gate. Their mother was suffering from TVT (transmissible venereal tumor), a contagious cancer that required her immediate separation from her puppies.
Lizzy has faced adversity and uncertainty from a very young age, and as a result, she's quite shy. She's always been around her siblings, finding comfort and companionship in their presence. However, recently, due to unforeseen circumstances possibly due to the hurricane, her siblings have started picking on her. This has led to Lizzy being removed from her kennel, and she's now feeling a bit out of sorts and alone.
Despite her shyness, Lizzy has an incredible potential to thrive and become the sweet, loving dog she's meant to be. She deserves a second chance at a happy life filled with love, care, and patience. We are on a mission to find Lizzy the perfect forever home, where she can learn to trust, feel secure, and experience the joy of a loving family.
Could you be the one to give Lizzy the love and patience she needs?
Lizzy's ideal home is one that understands her past and is willing to provide her with the time and support she requires to come out of her shell. Here's what you can expect from Lizzy:
🐾 Shyness: Lizzy may be shy at first, but with the right environment and guidance, she can build trust and become a loyal companion.
🐾 Loving Nature: Lizzy has a sweet and gentle personality. With time and care, she will show you her affectionate side.
🐾 Companionship: Lizzy loves the company of other dogs, and having a furry friend could help her adjust and grow more confident.
🐾 Patience: Patience is key when bringing Lizzy into your home. She needs time to adapt to her new surroundings and family.
Lizzy is healthy, vaccinated and ready for her forever home.

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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