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TUESDAY TAILS: Meet Trixie from the SPCA of East Texas

To adopt this sweet pup, visit spcaeasttx.com.

TYLER, Texas — For today's edition of Tuesday Tails, meet Atticus — from the SPCA of East Texas.

Trixie is a 9 1/2-year-old Ridgeback-mix who was surrendered to the SPCA after her owner passed away. She is potty-trained and loves toys, and going on walks. She has never shown aggression toward other animals. The vet at the SPCA of East Texas removed several masses from her back, so her hair is growing back in. She will have to be kept on a special diet to help with her skin issues. She is an affectionate, loyal and gets along with other dogs. Trixie has been spayed and is fully vaccinated!

The SPCA of East Texas' temporary adoption office is located at the Snippet Clinic, at 3405 ENE Loop 323 in Tyler.

Adoption office hours are Tuesday - Saturday, by appointment only.

ADOPTION REQUIREMENTS

  • All animals in your home MUST be spayed/neutered (absent medical reason);
  • All animals in your home MUST have current rabies, distemper/parvo, bordetella vaccinations;
  • All dogs in your home MUST be on continuous heartworm prevention;
  • Adopters MUST be at least 21-years-old;
  • Larger breed dogs MUST have a fenced yard to allow for proper exercise

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APPLY TO ADOPT

  1. Complete an adoption application online;
  2. An adoption counselor will reach out to you by phone or email;
  3. Once your application is approved, a meet-and-greet will be set up for you to meet the pet(s) at the SPCA of East Texas office

The mission of the SPCA of East Texas is to improve the lives of animals, alleviate their suffering and elevate their status in society.

If you can't adopt, fosters are always needed. Click here to learn more about the SPCA of East Texas' foster program.

For more information on adopting and the SPCA of East Texas, click here.

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