Stunning Belgian Malinois at Florida shelter since Thanksgiving

At the Miami-Dade Animal Services, a stunning Belgian Malinois mix needs to shared on social media in order to find her new family. Hula is just beautiful.

Her story begins here:

“MIAMI-DADE HULA #A2101265 female 7 years young some posts say German Shepherd some posts say Belgian Malinios some say a mix between both, but I say it doesn’t matter HULA is a beautiful Gal. Her body got fuller, while her hair got thicker and all around she’s bright & happy! ONLY she has been in here since B4 Thanksgiving. HULA is fun and pretty, loves treats/treat motivated, she just needs the right 4EVER Home/Owner to make her world 💯% complete.”

Hula sounds pretty awesome don’t you think? Let’s start out with her loving treats:

Are you becoming more interested? Now how about a little playtime?

Hula’s advocate wants everyone to know more:

“Still at the shelter HULA #A2101265 a 7-year old female German Shepherd. She came in as a stray and shows she’s been bred over and over again… I gave her this great chicken jerky chew and she had such a great time! She ignores the dogs close to us in the playground but she barks at the ones farther away, she is stressed out and she needs out to a place where she can relax and learn some good manners. She already sits, lays down and gives paw on command, she LOVES treats and is so responsive to humans! Today she was so happy to be outside, she ran around the playground and was just a joy to be with. Let’s help her out, she is really worth the effort. Please SHARE, PLEDGE, offer to FOSTER for a rescue or come and ADOPT her into your family as a PET.”

Please share Hula with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives. She is available for adoption from Miami-Dade Animal Services.

Contact: with #A2101265 check: availability/status/request medical records.

Miami-Dade Animal Services, 3599 NW 79th Avenue, Doral, Florida 33166 or call 305-884-1101.

Please note the Pet Rescue Report is not the point of contact. Come on … stuck at home – why not bring a four-legged friend into your life?

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