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In shelter Dog

Decatur, GA, 30035
Pet name:
Extra Large
Darwin is available to take your "cool factor" to the next level, friends. This guy is "cool" personified. We discovered Darwin at Fulton Animal Services, where he took our breath away. At 4, hes a XL lab-mystery mix guy who is just stunning in person. He was adopted for a few months but recently came back to PAWS Atlanta, where were hoping to find a better fit for him. Darwins one challenge lately is that he has shown some resource guarding tendencies around food. This is common and can usually be corrected with some consistent training. We can help get you both on the right track and put you in touch with some excellent resources in the area. Because of the food guarding issue, we want Darwin to go to an adult home, preferably one where he can get some daily exercise and activities that will challenge his mind. We are crazy about this sweet lug and would love to tell you more about Darwin. Come by and take him out for a walk on our trail.

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