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Chicken Pot Pie   

In shelter Dog

Savannah, GA, 31406
Pet name:
Chicken Pot Pie
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
I am Chicken Pot Pie but my foster mom calls me "Betty". That was her mothers name. I am about 5 1/2 to 6 months old and love to play in the backyard with my toys. In fact, if you throw a squeeky ball, Ill chase it and bring it right back to you. I am house trained, crate trained, and Im a good listener. When my mom disciplines me, I pay attention and receive a treat for my good behavior. I love long walks and socializing with people I encounter by waging my tail. My foster mom is teaching me not to jump up on people when my entusiasm gets out of hand. Im working on it and doing a good job. I used to chew on shoes, furniture or whatever struck my fancy but Ive been behaving myself and only chew on my numerous toys. I also like to snuggle next to you in the evening and know when my mom starts turning off lights that its time for me to go to bed. I am a good girl and I know you will love me too, just like my foster mom.

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