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Uploaded on Jan 11, 2011

Georgia

Shepherd/Terrier Mix, 1.5 years old, Spayed female.

See Georgia in the "Are You Smarter Than a Shelter Dog?" video! You can adopt this smarty-pants pooch!

I came in shy and uncertain about what people expect of me and what the world has to offer. I am still figuring out many of life's surprises but the Advanced Trainers at C.A.R.E. have opened up a whole new world to me. First off I am brilliant. I love to learn and I love positive reinforcement training, it is so much fun. Have you tried it? Positive reinforcement training has shown me how to use my brilliant mind and endless energy in the right way. If I don't get mental and physical avenues from you I will find my own ways to put them to use. With that said I will need to be given a chance to see and experience new situations slowly. I will need time to figure things out without being pushed or forced. Since I am so smart but naive I need a very experience owner capable of leading me and growing with me.

ASPCA Canine-ality™ Assessment rating: Orange / Busy Bee

Adoption Information:

Large size / weighs 50 lbs.

Families with dog experienced teens over 13 will be considered.

No cats. Has little experience with other dogs.

Georgia needs an experienced dog owner.

Dog Obedience Group training is required.

Housebreaking: She is learning, but need consistency.
Georgia is spayed, microchipped and has had a full veterinary checkup and vaccines.

Please come to the shelter to meet Georgia and speak to an adoption counselor for more information about her. Thank you.

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