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Mr. Ed   

In shelter Dog

Savannah, GA, 31406
Pet name:
Mr. Ed
Brown / Chocolate
Hey Im Mr. Ed but my foster mom also calls me Red and Old Red on account of Im a bit of an old southern dog. Dont get me wrong I can still get up and go with the young pups but my happy place in on a soft bed or couch layin next to my people. I also enjoy some short strolls and people watching. Ill keep those younger pups in line as well and will let them know the rules if they break them. Im not afraid to use my voice to let you know what I need. I know I can be a bit stubborn, but after all my years Ive learned a few things and know what I like. (Like treats, car rides, and belly rubs)
I went to the vets office recently and they gave me a clear bill of health. Said I was about 9/10 years old. I didnt even know age was a thing. They want me to come back to clean my teeth up a bit, guess thatll help keep me looking young for the ladies. 
As much as Im loving my foster mom, kids, pups, and cats I would love a family and home to call my own. I will treat it and you with respect and give you lots of love.


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