Do you like chocolate kisses? Talbot has an endless supply of kisses to give. This adorable little boy was rescued from an overcrowded kill shelter in NW Georgia. How such an amazing little boy like this ended up there is beyond belief, but unfortunately it happens all too often.
Talbot is about 7 pounds and is tall and skinny. He’s a Chi mix that looks a little like an Italian Greyhound. His coat is a gorgeous chocolate color with touches of white on his chest, feet and tail. He is super sweet and loves to play but also to snuggle. He likes to run and play fetch with a miniature tennis ball. He is most likely no more than a year old as he still has a lot of puppyish charm left. When we go on our walks at night, he doesn’t just walk, he prances and leaps around. Talbot is a happy, adorable little dog. So far, he has not shown any destructive behavior but he does love to chew on your hands and give everyone kisses. We are working on potty training and he’s doing pretty good so far.
Due to his young age and size, he would be best suited for a home where he can get plenty of attention and exercise and preferably older kids or no kids at all for safety reasons. A fur-playmate would also be great as he loves to play with other dogs (untested with cats). The minute I laid eyes on this little guy I fell in love and I know you will too. If you are interested in adopting Talbot, please submit an application online or drop by one of our events and fill out an application. To find the upcoming events, go to our Facebook site and click on the “Events” menu item.
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