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In shelter Dog

Savannah, GA, 31406
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You can stop scrolling now because weve got a number for you FN-2187, but you can just call this boy Finn!

Finn was found running in traffic with a padlock chained to his neck, which makes us sad, but thats all in the past and Renegade has unlocked a fantastic future for this goofball. This fella is so flippin happy! He is the canine version of a true optimist nothing gets him down. 

Finn is approximately 1 year, weighs approximately 65 pounds and has plenty of puppy energy. Finn loves chew toys and is an expert at demolishing stuffed toys, but he isnt much of a fetcher; thats ok because he has other enduring qualities, such as: bathroom chaperone, snuggle buddy and sploot extraordinaire. 

ln keeping with true pittie nature, Finn has zero concept of personal space he loves to either be on you or next to you. In that regard, Finn is not a curler but a stretcher, so he needs a couch with lots of room. Finn gets along remarkably well with other dogs and is neither food nor toy aggressive. 

Were pretty sure that cats are a no go based upon his insistence on vehemently chasing them down when were outside. Despite his puppy energy, while a yard would be perfect for Finn, it is not necessary as long as he can go for plenty of walks. Finn is house-trained and most of the time will go to the door when he wants to go outside (otherwise, we just let him out periodically throughout the day) - so he needs someone who will be conscious of this alert.

Finn is also fine in a crate, but he doesnt want to go in willingly because prefers a couch or bed in which to lounge. While he knows a few basic commands, we are working on his jumping manners. At present, its probably best if Finn is not in a home with small children due to his happy jumps.

So, if all this sounds awesome and youre looking for an easy-going, low-maintenance companion, Finn is definitely your dude.

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