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Hi! my name is...

Minnie Marnie

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Lab / Pitty Mix


30kg (66lbs)


2 years (10/08/2023)





Special Needs?


Dog friendly?

Looking for a home as the only dog

Cat friendly?


Good with kids?




More about me...

More about me

🐶 Meet Minnie Marnie (aka La Gris) 🐶
Minnie Marnie is a wonderful 2-year-old dog who has been patiently waiting for her forever home at our shelter for almost her entire life. With her unique mix of strength, character, and loyalty, she's truly a special companion in search of the right match.

Personality and Traits:
Minnie Marnie, weighing approximately 30 kilograms, possesses a distinctive blend of qualities that make her a remarkable friend. Her journey with us began when she was just a few months old, alongside her siblings Pantera and Big Boy. While her journey has been a bit longer than expected, it's given us ample time to get to know her.

Minnie Marnie is a strong and confident dog, reflecting her mixed breed heritage. She has a personality that's as unique as her name. Her loyalty and attachment to her caregivers at the shelter are truly heartwarming to witness. Although she may come across as unpredictable, it's essential to note that she thrives in an environment where she's understood and given the space to express herself.

Ideal Home:
We understand that finding the right home for Minnie Marnie may require a bit of consideration due to her strengths and characteristics. We recommend a home with no other dogs, as this will help her avoid any potential conflicts and provide her with an stress-free environment. Alternatively, if you're an experienced dog owner who understands the nuances of handling strong dogs, Minnie Marnie could be an exceptional addition to your pack.

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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