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Adopt George

Male Adult Pit Bull Terrier / 31 Flavors Mixes

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About George

George A220018 George is a 2 year old neutered male who came into the shelter on 8/22 as a stray. Handling 9/3: Handling: George is the CACC pool boy! He definitely loves some water !! Didn’t take him long to dive right into the pool! At first he was timid and wasn’t sure he wanted to leave his kennel but I promised him it was quieter outside and that he would have fun! And fun he had !! Strong boy but oh so sweet. Spent most of our time outside in the pool but did take a few minutes to checks in with me and say a quick “hi” before heading back in the pool !! What a fun boy who deserves a big pool to dive in to!

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