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Onyx - Labrador Retriever / Boxer / Mixed Dog For Adoption
Boxador Dog For Adoption in Columbus, GA, USA


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Ad ID: ADN-785725
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Date Listed: 03/17/2018
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Organization Name: Animal Ark
Location: Columbus, GA

Breed: Boxador
Gender: Female Female


Age: Adult
Size at Maturity: Large
Availability Date: 03/17/2018
Location: Columbus, GA, 31907
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Boxador Dog For Adoption in Columbus, GA, USA

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Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever / Boxer / Mixed. Meet Onyx! She is a very well mannered and dainty lady. Onyx is a sweet girl that can come off as a little shy at first, but she is all tail wags and hand licks once she gets to know you. Onyx seems to be kennel trained. She is a quiet girl and doesn't jump or bark in her kennel. She gets along well with other gentle playing dogs in play groups at the shelter. Her favorite activity is lounging on her bed with an enrichment treat. Looking for a calm, quiet, and gentle dog? ADOPT Onyx!Please contact us at, or call 706 569 6040, 11 am - 5pm Mon-Fri and 10am-5pm Saturday.

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