Personality Color: orange

Orange dogs are likely young, energetic, and enthusiastic with lots of love to give! They will thrive with regular exercise, and some training classes would be a good idea. These dogs would be a great companion for an active person who enjoys running or hiking in the park. Fenced-in yard a plus!
  • young
  • female

Bio data

Georgia has been spending some time in foster, here’s what the humans have to say about her:

“Ms. Georgia is a brindle pit with beautiful brown eyes and the sweetest personality. The vet estimated her age to be about 2 years. She is spayed and up to date with vaccines. She is such a cuddle bug and if you let her, will lay on you all day. She is crate trained and sleeps in the kennel all night without issue. She starts her day off with a morning stretch and rush outside to go potty. She is leash trained and house trained (she knows to use a pee pad if no one is available to take her outside). She knows a few cues (sit, paw, down, off). I think she will do better in a home without young children. She gets along well enough with my 5 year old but she seems to tolerate her more than anything. She is a bit particular about dog friends, some dogs she gets along with, others she doesn’t. She had a chance to be around some puppies and was super playful and very tolerant and gentle when playing with them, even when they got too nippy. Because she is so iffy with her reactions, she may do better in a home without another dog, or at least have a test run with any potential dog siblings to see how she’ll react to them. She is working on consistent non reactivity with unfamiliar people and dogs, sometimes she is fine but other times she may bark and lunge and I can’t figure out what causes it in some cases but not others. If playing with a dog she likes, she runs around and rough houses until she is tired out. With humans, she is playful and loves a good game of tug of war and what I call “so close fetch” where you throw the ball, she runs after it and brings it back in your direction but doesn’t quite finish the last step to drop it for it to be thrown again, even though she still wants to play. She loves getting all the attention and hugs and isn’t shy about sometimes getting in your space and forcing it if she’s feeling extra cuddly.”