Georgia aka Pretty Girl   

In shelter Dog

Griswold, New London County, Connecti...
Labrador Retriever, Mountain Cur
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Georgia aka Pretty Girl
Hi, my name is Georgia. I am new to the whole "home life" thing since I spent my first two years living on the streets but I'm slowly learning that houses are WAY better. Especially houses with kids, I Love kids. I never play rough or jump on them, I just really enjoy being around them getting pet. My favorite things about life in a house are couches and nice cozy blankets, I could just lounge in them ALL DAY! I really enjoy walks and my foster mom says I'm really good on the leash because I don't pull. She also tells me I would thrive in a home with a nice tall fence so I don't get tempted to wander like a street dog again. I'm hoping to find my forever home soon. I wouldn't even mind sharing it with another calm dog. My puppies have all found homes and I'm even cooler than them because I'm housebroken, never bite or scratch and I wont chew up your things. Whoever adopts me is in for a real treat because they will get to watch me bloom from a shy girl into a happy confident family member. The best family for me will be able to spend a lot of time with me while I learn what having a real family is all about. Since I started in my foster home, I have made wonderful progress! I am a lot more social, I go up and down the stairs anytime I want, I come when called to go outside; I eat in the kitchen with the other dogs and I let anyone see me! I play with the other dogs and wag my tail a lot! Our dogs get adopted fast! Sorry we cannot hold. * Adoption fees for adults are $400 / Puppies are $650. Out of CT adopters require a $50 Heath Certificate. **Adoption fees include microchip, age appropriate vaccinations, spay/neuter (surgery or rebate), Heartworm test (dogs 6 months or older). ***Every dog gets more than one application and we strive do find the best match. We do not work on first come / first serve basis. ->Only complete applications will be considered. -->Sorry we cannot adopt to Massachusetts. ---> Please fill out an application at Thank you and good luck!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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