Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for October 16, 2019

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Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for October 16, 2019

Tito Peach County

Tito is a 2-year old, 37-pound male Basset Hound mix who is available for adoption from Peach County Animal Rescue in Fort Valley, GA.

Tito is an adorable, tiny fella that tips the scales at 37 whole pounds. He is a low rider- you aren’t seeing things on your screen! Tito is talkative and will tell you all about his day. Tito is a wonderful boy that you will positively want to eat up as soon as you meet him. He is cheerful, joyful, and so friendly it’s almost unreal. Tito loves people and other dogs.

He has gotten along famously with everyone he’s ever met to date. Tito walks well on a leash and rides spectacularly in the car. He is the kind of dog that could ride with you for hours and will DJ happily for you. He is house trained and would be the perfect family dog for any size of a family. Tito does fine in a crate. This boy is literally your best friend just waiting to happen!

Mickey Peach County

Mickey is a 4-year old, 56-pound male Labrador Retriever mix who is available for adoption from Peach County Animal Rescue in Fort Valley, GA.

Micky is a tall boy that walks well on a leash and listens obediently. Micky is a chatty boy that likes to have a job to do patrolling the premises. Mickey rides well in a car and has a serious, thoughtful demeanor that can be misconstrued as slightly intimidating on first meeting… we think, however, that he is more likely solving the world’s problems. Mickey enjoys calm sort of family life and is generally agreeable and thoughtful. When he is very happy, his smile is contagious! This is a good boy, for sure.

Peggy Peach County

Peggy is a 3-4 year old, 22-pound female Dachshund mix who is available for adoption from Peach County Animal Rescue in Fort Valley, GA.

Peggy is a spitfire, inquisitive, adventurous pinup of a girl that loves to explore, catch frogs, and eat. Peggy walks well on a leash and rides well in a car. She prefers to ride shotgun, in a car, and in the ride of life. She does well at the vet’s office and is fearless and independent in every situation. Peggy has all of the stubborn and intelligent traits of a dachshund. She is very smart and knows how to sit and wait on command. Training her to do more commands would do well both for her mental aspect and to bond with her.

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