I’m already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, not good with cats.
Hi! I’m Georgia, and I’m so HAPPY! I’m happy that my puppies are all healthy and have headed out to their own wonderful forever families. I’m happy that I’ve been spayed and I won’t need to be a mom again. I’m happy that I’ll have a forever family soon! I’m happy that I get to run around and enjoy life…. I’m just a happy, happy girl. I’m about 4 years old and about 60 pounds. I’m house trained, too!
I was very skinny when I first arrived in Wisconsin, but it’s amazing what a few weeks of good food can do for a girl. I’ve regained the weight I lost when I was feeding my puppies, and I look pretty good now if I do say so myself. I’ve also gained confidence since I’ve been here in Wisconsin. I LOVE to play and wrestle with my foster sisters and brother, and I greet everyone at the door with a great butt wiggle. I am a very active girl, and I need exercise to keep me from getting into things when I’m bored. At my foster house I run and play and run some more with my foster siblings. We also take walks. I get along with all the dogs and people (including kids!) that I meet.
Cats, however, are another story… My foster family has a cat that is very “dog tolerant”, and I’ve gotten a couple of scratches on my nose, but I still love to chase him. Now, I’m not going to hurt him, but I do chase him relentlessly and would probably do best in a home without a cat.
I’m not a fan of my crate. I will be quiet in my crate while you are in the room, but as soon as you leave, I get very upset. My foster family has found something that works great – I stay in their laundry room instead of a crate when they are not home. It doesn’t upset me to be left alone, as long as I’m not in a crate. I’m just a girl who needs her space! My foster family has discovered that I’m just fine out on my own at night… I like to sleep on the dog bed at the foot of the big bed, or…. Sometimes I’m allowed to sleep up on the bed! That is great.
After a good long playtime, I do love to snuggle up. I sometimes think I’m a 60 pound lap dog, and I’ll be beside you on the couch, for sure. I also love to curl up, believe it or not, in a laundry basket.
My foster family keeps telling me that I’m a doll (I think that’s good), and that I am a good listener. I have been working hard on learning commands, and I do have a couple of important ones down – “drop it”, and “no”. I also come when called! So…. If you want an active dog, a good listener, and a great snuggle buddy, then I’m your girl. Apply to meet me today!
Adoption Fee: $400.00
We are a Wisconsin state licensed dog rescue -WI# 402433
***We do not have a central adoption center at this time. All our dogs are in private foster homes within WI. At this time we only place our dogs in areas of WI. The breed of our dogs is our best guess with the help of our veterinarians.
If you are adopting an adult dog, which we consider 6 months of age or older, your adoption fee includes the following:
Spay/Neuter, Rabies and Distemper shots, dewormed, flea & tick preventative, heartworm tested and microchipped.
If you are adopting a dog younger than 6 months of age, the dog will be up to date on the shots as per the dogs age. The dog will be dewormed, flea/tick preventative and microchipped. We only spay/neuter our dogs by 6 months of age. If you decide to adopt a younger dog than 6 months of age, they will need to be spayed/neutered at one of our preferred clinics. This will be determined by your contract along with the month they should have their surgery. This is included in your adoption fee.
Once you are approved with our rescue, you can meet any one of our dogs within the fosters home. If you are interested in the dog you met, you can take the dog home under our mandatory foster to adopt program. You receive 5 days to see if the dog is the right fit for your home.
If it is, we will conduct the home visit and finalize adoption. If it is not, it is returned to the foster. We are happy to find you another dog that meets your needs in your home.
If a dog is listed as PENDING, a family has met the dog and planning on adopting the dog after the home visit has been conducted. We always suggest sending in an application for a dog because there are times where the dogs are given back to us under the foster to adopt program. There are many reasons dogs are returned but normally it just was not the right fit for all.
Please go to WWW.TAILWAGGERS911.COM under HOW TO ADOPT . We have an online application that is very easy to fill out.
Your message has been sent to Tailwaggers 911.
You'll receive a copy, too, at to help you keep track of which pets you've inquired about, and which shelters and rescues you've emailed.
NOTE: Some shelters have physical locations you can visit; some of these shelters may only have pets for a limited time, so please do not wait for a reply—just go visit the shelter! Other organizations are rescue groups run by busy volunteers who may take a while to reply. You can find information about the shelter or rescue group caring for this pet, and their adoption procedures, on the pet's details page on Adopt-a-Pet.com.