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Status: Available for adoption
Animal Type(s): Dogs, Medium Dogs (< 50 lbs / 23 kg)
Gender: Female
Breed: Mixed
Spayed / Neutered: Yes
Energy level: Medium
Good with kids: Older children only
Good with dogs: Yes
Good with cats: No

Hi, I’m Mahjong, SCARS’ little diamond in the rough. SCARS thinks that I’m a two and a half year old Corgi mix. At least I have the basic short and thick body shape of the Corgi. Last January I arrived with my five new puppies from a community close to Edmonton. We were all in very bad shape – skinny, covered in lice, frightened and wary of people. My first priority was to nurse and raise my babies so that they would be healthy and ready for a foster home. During this time, my foster mom left me in a quiet place so that I wouldn’t be stressed and convey that stress to my puppies.

Once my puppies had moved on to foster homes and then to adoptive homes, my foster mom began to work with me. I really like being with people and would do a play bow to show her my good intentions, but I wasn’t very keen on being touched. I’ve come such a long long way since January 2015. I will follow you, be thrilled to see you, allow you to pet me – and I love it. I’m just not used to it yet. My playmate is Gear, a big energetic guy. So I can handle active play. Check out the video of Gear and I playing together!

SCARS thinks that I should be adopted by an experienced, patient, kind dog person, ideally with another dog in the house. I really need work on the leash, because I hate it and will chew through it in no time. Sorry, that’s where the experienced dog person comes into play. If you would like a rewarding project – pick me. Think of the satisfaction and love that you’ll get if you take me home, train me, love me and help me reach my potential.

Interested in adopting Mahjong? Click the Adopt Me Button at the top of the page.
Please note: If other cats/dogs in your home are not spayed/neutered, we may deny your application. SCARS exists due to lack of spaying/neutering and it is our goal to end this cycle. If there is a documented medical reason for your animal to not be spayed/neutered, we will work with you.