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Xena

Female Young Dogo Argentino

If you have any questions about Xena, please contact DC Dogos, Inc at paws@dcdogos.org

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About Xena

Adoption Fee: $350

Xena is a a true warrior with a tender heart. She craves love and affection from her people but is also an independent girl. Xena is good with other dogs if properly introduced but prefer a home with no other dominate females. She loves her male dogo brother and plays hard with him so a dog that is equal in size (she is a smaller female approx 75 lbs) and can keep up with her energy is ideal. She is very athletic with high prey drive so she will need a home with a secure 6ft privacy fence. Xena loves to play catch and her favorite toy is a squeaky ball. She also loves blankets and will drag it around the house and make herself a comfy spot to sleep in. She needs a home where they will be consistant with training and giving her boundries. She is very food motivated and is eager to learn. Carrot are one of her favorite treats. Xena would thrive in a very active home with no small children. She is currently located in  Cincinnati OH. Transport can be arranged to approved homes. 

 

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Details

Name
Xena
Age
2 years, 1 months
Gender
Female
Size
Large
Weight
60lbs
Primary Color
White
Pet Has Special Needs
NO
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
NO
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
NO
Gets along with male dogs
Yes
Gets along with female dogs
Unsure

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