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Hi! my name is...

Mavis

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Breed

Xolo / Mexi Mix

Size

4.8kg (10.6lbs)

Age

5 months (23/10/2023)

Sex

Female

Colour

Black

Special Needs?

No

Dog friendly?

Yes

Cat friendly?

Untested

Good with kids?

Yes

Housebroken?

No still a puppy

More about me...

More about me

💗 Mavis 💗
Age: 5 months (23/10/2023)
Size: 4.8kg (10.6lbs)
Breed: Xoxo / Mexi mix
Sex: Female

🎃🦇🐶 Halloween Special: Help Us Find Mavis Her Forever Home! 🐶🦇🎃

Meet Mavis, the adorable Xolo / Mexi mix with the biggest ears you've ever seen! At just 5 months old, weighing 4.800 kg, and with a resemblance to Mavis from Hotel Transylvania, she's the perfect little Halloween treat waiting for a loving home.

Mavis has quite the story to tell. Some compassionate students from the college near the clinic found her all alone on the road, and their hearts went out to this sweet little pup. They knew she deserved a chance at a better life, and that's where we all come in.

🐾 About Mavis:

Mavis is a Xolo mix, which explains her unique appearance, including the adorable furless patches. She's not just a pup with striking ears; she's also a bundle of energy, love, and affection. Her gentle nature makes her the perfect addition to any family.

🏠 Why Adopt Mavis?

By adopting Mavis, you're not just giving her a loving home; you're also making space for another shelter dog in need. Your decision to adopt will save a life and create room for more happy tales like Mavis's.
🐕 Mavis's Wish List:
A cozy place to call home.
Loving humans who will cherish her big ears and her heart.
Lots of playtime and cuddles.

Taking on a puppy is a decision that demands an unwavering commitment and a considerable amount of dedication. The responsibilities that come with puppy ownership go far beyond the initial excitement of bringing a cute, furry friend into your home. You must be prepared to invest time, energy, and patience into their training and development, as puppies require consistent attention and guidance to become well-behaved and socialized dogs.

Overall, taking on a puppy is a long-term commitment that involves both practical and emotional aspects, but the rewards of a loyal and loving canine companion are well worth the effort.
Mavis 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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