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Mona - Hound / Mixed (short coat) Dog For Adoption
Mutt Dog For Adoption in savannah, GA, USA


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Ad ID: ADN-33760
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Date Listed: 02/11/2017
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verified Rescue Information

Organization Name: One Love Animal Rescue, Inc.
Location: savannah, GA

Breed: Mutt
Gender: Female Female


Age: Young
Color/Markings: Yellow
Availability Date: 02/11/2017
Location: savannah, GA, 31405
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Mutt Dog For Adoption in savannah, GA, USA

Physical Attributes
Coat Length Short
Altered Yes
Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Kids No
OK with Dogs Yes
OK with Cats Yes
  • Leash Trained
  • Crate Trained
  • Housetrained
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: Hound / Mixed (short coat). Beautiful Mona is a two year old lab/ hound mix looking for a low key family to love and provide her a forever home. She is house trained, crate trained, knows some basic commands and is well behaved inside. Outside, Mona is very watchful and alert to things that move and is a great sprinter. She likes being outdoors and would do best with access to a fenced in yard. Her energy is typical of a younger dog, she enjoys being active and engaged, but doesn't require a high level of exercise. Mona forms a close bond with her people, once she knows you she is very affectionate and will seek out your attention for playtime, petting and snuggles. With unfamiliar people she tends to be shy and is sometimes nervous around strangers. Mona is working on her leash manners and can be reactive to other dogs when on a walk. With a proper introduction, she does well with submissive dogs, and has become great friends with her foster dog brother. She would also be fine as the only dog in the household. Mona will be a loyal companion to a family of adults or older children who respect her space and help make her feel secure. This sweet girl has lots of love to offer! In Foster Care

A.K.A. : A mongrel, mixed-breed dog
Overview: A mongrel, mutt, or mixed-breed dog, is a dog that is not the result of breeding within an existing breed or to modify or create a breed and belongs to no breed. In the United States, the term "mixed-breed" is a favored synonym over "mongrel" among many who wish to avoid negative connotations associated with the latter term. The implication that such dogs must be a mix of defined breeds may stem from an inverted understanding of the origins of dog breeds. Pure breeds have been, for the most part, artificially created from random-bred populations by human selective breeding with the purpose of enhancing desired physical, behavioral, or temperamental characteristics. Dogs that are not purebred are not necessarily a mix of such defined breeds. Therefore, among experts and fans of such dogs, "Mongrel" is still the preferred term.
Breed Group: Unspecified
Country of Origin: Unknown

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