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In shelter Dog

Griffin, Georgia, 30224
Pet name:
Whippet, Terrier, Mixed
White with Black
Coat length:
Gender: male 
Weight: will be Medium at maturity, we assume 35 lbs 
Breed Guesstimate: Whippet/Terrier mix 
Age: DOB:  12-9-20
Adoption Fee: $50
Interaction with dogs: Acceptable - this pup and it's littermates are still puppies and they love everyone they meet! 
Interaction with cats: Likely acceptable. The puppies have been tested with cats in their foster homes and do not chase or show much interest in them so they can likely be raised with cats and taught to respect their space. 
Interaction with children: Acceptable. These puppies love everyone they meet! 
Activity Level: High - typical for puppies. Daily walks and play sessions will be needed. 
 Leash manners: Not yet learned due to young age. 
Housetraining: In progress. Learning and doing well but cannot yet be considered fully-housetrained due to young age. 
Health status: Vaccinated, dewormed, and neutered. 
Major Personality Traits: Typical puppy traits - happy, playful and loving! Special Needs: None. 
Amount of additional training needed: High. Due to young age, puppies require extensive training and a large time commitment. Please do not apply to adopt if you will be leaving the puppy home alone for 4 or more consecutive hours per day. If interested in adopting please call 404-997-2831 or email


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