When you meet Greta and notice how perfect of a pup she is, you will never be able to understand how she ended up in a high kill shelter for 6 weeks with no end in sight. She gave birth to a single puppy (Gracie) at that shelter and PMAR just had to get this sweet family out of harm’s way. Greta was picked up as a stray with another dog (Radar, another PMAR pup) and it was soon discovered that she had a fractured leg and road rash…she showed us such great spirit overcoming so many obstacles and remaining such a sweet girl.
Greta is about 2 years old and a great size at 48 lbs. In addition to her magnificent eyebrow, she has mesmerizing eyes and she is covered in little freckles and large patches of brown. She is a delight to see and so very sweet. She loves all people she meet and has a quiet disposition—but don’t let that fool you. She will break out in zoomies and with her ability to jump—she will probably make a great Frisbee dog or agility dog.
Greta is housebroken and crate trained. She is good on a leash although still learning. Greta is good with other dogs and has been regularly attending doggie training with other dogs. No cats.
Greta is located in the Atlanta area. She is a GA adoption. Her adoption fee is $250.
Apply to adopt Greta at http://www.pmarinc.org/dog-adoption-application-georgia/
All of our animals are examined by a veterinarian, given age-appropriate vaccinations, dewormed, microchipped, spayed or neutered, heartworm tested and treated if necessary. Vet references are required and prior to adoption a home inspection will be conducted.
Transport options available. Adoption fee applies.
If interested go to www.pmarinc.org for an application.
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