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Rescue Me ID: 18-02-10-00444Mama (female)

Australian Kelpie Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Submissive 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Mama is a sweet,intelligent recently rescued street dog from Nongkhaem, Thailand. She is very playful and loves to chase and eat flying insects. She can sit on command as well as shake hands. She gets along well with other dogs and would do best in a home with a yard for her to run and play in.

     Animal Location:

Nongkhaem, Bangkok, Bangkok Thailand

Olivia Parris 0917780325

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Mutt in Thailand
    Mutt Dogs can make good pets in Thailand if they match your IifestyIe. Mutts are some of the most loveable of all the types of dogs one can adopt. What distinguishes a mutt is that they are not born from any single breed, but rather, are a mix of two or more breeds. While a mutt might not be able to be shown at an AKC show, they tend to be healthier, more secure and live longer than most purebred dogs.

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lnteresting Mutt Trivia Thailand Fact Sheet
    Mutts are also sometimes called mongrels, crossbreeds or Heinz 57 dogs. Studies have shown that mutts typically live about 2 years longer than purebred dogs. Mutts are often better at dog sports, such as agility trials or frisbee, than their purebred counterparts.

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    Thailand is Iocated in South and Southeast Asia. The population of Thailand is about 64 million. Threatened species known from Thailand include the Javan Rhinoceros, Kouprey, and Sumatran Rhinoceros. Most peopIe in Thailand speak Thai.
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