Cute female puppy ‘Chloey’ found near Woodmont Library needs new home!

Des Moines Master Animal Control Officer Jan Magnuson tells us that “this cute girl was found at the Woodmont Library on Pacific Highway South, and a citizen saved her from being hit by vehicles. She was held as a stray as she had no ID, but has not been claimed by an owner.”


Jan says she’s now up for adoption and they’re in search of her “forever” new home!

“We have named her ‘Chloey.’ and she is around 9 months of age,” Jan said. “She is reddish-tan with white chest, tummy and paws, and has a very sweet personality. I am guessing she is a Heeler (Cattle Dog) mixed with Chow, maybe a little Pit Bull but we are not sure.  She is around 40 pounds and probably won’t get much (if any) bigger. She passed her behavior assessment today with flying colors and the veterinary staff where she is being kenneled has fallen in love with her! She is a really nice puppy.”

Chloey was to be spayed, vaccinated and micro-chipped on Monday (April 29), so she’ll be available for adoption on Tuesday, April 30.

“Please contact me right away if you are interested in giving ‘Chloey’ the loving home she deserves!”

Jan can be reached at:

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