Meet Adoptable GEORGE! George is a very, well behaved boy & is gonna make someone a wonderful companion! This loyal, happy boy just loves to hang out & do whatever you are doing. He knows many commands & has been through 2 training courses.
Being lower to the ground, George is so cute when he runs with his little chest out. When he barks, the whole front end of his body comes up off the ground (including his feet) and his head goes up and back in the air. Its hilarious.
George was surrendered to us due to his owners overwhelming cancer treatment . He had previously lived in Pennsylvania, where Lyme disease is very common in dogs. Many dogs test positive & never have the disease & George is one of those dogs. We have talked, in depth, with his vet from PA & he has had the extra tests to confirm that positive test is just a convalescent titer & nothing to be concerned with. George is in excellent health!
George weighs 54 lbs, is 7 years old, neutered, vaccinated, Heartworm negative, microchipped, crate & house trained. He gets along well with other dogs & cats. We recommend any children in the home be at least 10 years old.
Georges breed mix description is a guess according to his appearance. We are guessing he may also have some Boston Terrier in him. If you are interested in George, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We offer a 2 week trial period with all our dogs to make sure they are a good fit in their new home. You must be at least age 25 yrs old to adopt for our rescue.
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