Flicker - Female BeagleLabrador Retriever Mix

This dog is with the Central Pennsylvania Animal Alliance (CPAA) and is not a Furry Friends Network (FFN) dog. All adoption decisions regarding this dog are made by CPAA. Meet Flicker She s one of the sweetest girls you could ever meet and would love to call your home hers This cutie was a rescue from the mean streets of Philadelphia where she was found wandering in a rough neighborhood. Thankfully she made it out of there and she left her life of puppy-making days to finally become the swinging single girl she deserves to be. Flicker is approximately 5-6 years old weighs about 45 pounds and has recovered well from a minor itchy skin condition that she developed during her past life. She may have a few scars where the hair hasn t grown back but those take nothing away from her sparkling smile and happy attitude. Flicker appears to be a beagle lab mix and has the cutest hound-mix swagger you ve ever seen just wait until she starts to run and play and see if you don t laugh She is dog-friendly cat-friendly and has done well around the children she has met as well. Please consider adding this former street-smart city girl to your happy home Flicker is currently in our HOPE Dogs Prison Program learning basic commands. You can follow her progress here XXXX XXXXXXXX.XXX hope-dogs current-parolees 99-flicker.html Flicker is spayed current on vaccines crate trained on monthly flea tick & heartworm preventatives and she s microchipped.... More Info

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