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Baby Girl   

In shelter Dog

Dalton, GA, 30721
Pet name:
Baby Girl
Baby Girl is easy to love because she is super sweet. She does, however, need a special home. Baby Girl is a devoted dog that prefers a home without other pets. In particular, she does not like other dogs. She needs a low stress environment with an experienced dog owner. While not good on walks around the neighborhood, she would be fine in her own backyard. . This female brindle Boxer mix is three and half years old and weighs around sixty-one pounds. She loves being with people and is also fond of older children. Baby Girl is already housebroken and would enjoy having a large securely fenced in backyard so she can run and play safely. She rides well in a car and would be a good hiking buddy for back country trails where she would not run into other dogs. Baby Girl is looking for a country home with a loving family.To adopt this pet, please go to, Adoption then Application for Adoption, to complete an online application to be preapproved. Due to the high volume of applications received, our Adoption Coordinator will only contact the applicant that best meets the needs of the pet.

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