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Breed: Pit Bull/French Bulldog Mix
Estimated Date of Birth: December 9, 2013
Location: Douglasville, GA
Adoption Fee: $195.00
Finnigan was originally pulled from the Ft Worth Animal Shelter in Texas as a foster-dog. When his foster family found out they needed to relocate to Atlanta, they chose to bring Finnigan along for the ride and see if maybe his perfect family would be in Georgia. Finnigan is fully vetted, has been treated for heartworms, and he is microchipped. He is housebroken, crate-trained, and although he is food motivated, in true pitty fashion, he can be a bit stubborn. He does know some basic commands such as sit, kennel, come, stay, and fetch. Finnigan is also great with most other dogs with a proper introduction. He currently lives in foster care with 2 Boston Terriers and another pit bull that he does very well with. Finn also does well with the 3 cats!
This silly boy is full of spunk and is happy to play with toys, go for car rides, or run around the back yard. Finn also adores water and he will jump in the shower any chance he gets! He barks a bit when he is excited, but most of the time he is a loyal, loving, couch potato. He is ready for a forever family of his own that is active, patient, and will shower him with all the love he deserves!
Photo Album of Finnigan: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1155037107887787.1073742151.162554320469409&type=1&l=ac9d0d5ba0
*Friends to the Forlorn is assisting in the placement of Finnigan. If you are interested in adopting this goofy meathead, please contact us for more information!
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