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Adopt Ragu

Female Young Dachshund / Chihuahua

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About Ragu

Meet Ragu! When Ragu sees you, her amber eyes light up, her ears perk up, and a slight swish of her tail will start. Ragu was roaming the streets of San Antonio most of her life so she is just learning all the goodness of being part of a family. Ragu is starting to figure out how fun toys can be and lets her foster pals take the lead and show her the ropes. She gets along great with dogs and cats but most of all, Ragu loves nothing more than being by your side. If you’re looking for a lapdog, Ragu is the one for you. There is no safer place for this sweet girl than in your arms. She has great mannerisms and is crate trained, leash trained and house trained! If you’re looking for a mild-mannered gal to stroll around the neighborhood with or join you for movie night, Ragu is the one for you! Fill out an application today at!

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Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
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Labrador Retriever

Mission accomplished! This beautiful lady roamed a rural piece of property for weeks with limited social interaction. She was owned at o... show more

Mission accomplished! This beautiful lady roamed a rural piece of property for weeks with limited social interaction. She was owned at one time and unfortunately abandoned by her owners when they moved. She waited for weeks in the street for their return… nothing. A Good Samaritan was alerted to the situation and set out to help her. After days of befriending her, Diamond finally made her way to the Good Samaritan. She was taken to the local shelter for possible reclaim and promptly gave birth to a litter of puppies. She was skin and bones with a mottled hair coat. Fast forward 7 weeks later and Diamond has succeeded in her motherhood and is now ready for a home of her own. Timid at first, she is quick to become your friend. She loves hanging out in the kitchen with everyone and waiting for food to “fall” from the counter. She especially enjoys the air conditioning given this hotter weather. She is not fond of the crate but will tolerate it. She would much rather sleep on a dog bed and just hang out. She is well behaved and trustworthy is left alone. Being a Labrador, she loves the company of other dogs. She is working on walking on a leash and outings to gain confidence. And she loves to smile - literally will greet you with rolled lips and a gigantic grin. If you are a fan of this breed and willing to continue teaching her how to be a family dog full of confidence and trust, please consider adopting this beautiful girl. Fill out an application at! show less