Featured Employee Pet: Georgia

by DFS-Pet-Blog on November 2, 2011

Employees at Drs. Foster & Smith Pet Supplies share their passion for pets by writing stories and experiences about their own pets here on our Pet Blog. Learn more about their pets in our Featured Employee Pet Series.

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Featured Pet Georgia

  • Name: Georgia
  • Owner: Michele B.
  • Breed: Border Collie Mix
  • Age: 1 year
  • Birthday: Real birthday July 2010. Adopted December 2011.
  • Weight: 20 pounds

FAVORITES & TALENTS:

  • Favorite Treats: Pet pack rawhide, Liversnax
  • Favorite Possession: Balls, soft dog toys that squeak like my stuffed snake, Nylabones.
  • Tricks: Sit, lay, fetch
  • Hobbies: Wrestling with my big sister, Allie. I love playing fetch and being outside investigating bugs and toads. I chased a deer once and it chased me back!

FAMILY:

  • Canine Siblings: Allie is my big sister that lives with me. I have lots of canine cousins: Mike, Lucy, Hogan, Sophie, Skittles, Punkin, and Kelsey.
  • Other Pet Siblings: Lots of fish and a swimming frog.
  • Human Siblings: Maddie is my sister that likes to give me biscuits, brush my teeth, and clean my ears.
  • How I found my home: Mom found me at the local animal shelter when I was around 6 months old. Read more about Georgia finding her forever family.

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Rosemary November 2, 2011 at 10:28 am

Me, “Oh my goodness, what big EARS you have!”

Georgia, “The better to HEAR the can opener with!”

Seriously, she is too cute. How has the training been going? Does she still try to take the fingers along with the treat?

We won’t dicuss Ilka’s behavior in the obedience/rally ring last month. It was too humiliating (3 Exscusals, and 3 NQs out of 7 classes). Suffice to say, she needs ALOT more work before I enter her in a trial again.

Georgia is a lucky puppy to have gotten a good home.

Michele B. November 2, 2011 at 11:48 am

Thanks Rosemary! Georgia is doing a lot better taking treats without biting off my fingers! Another trick I learned that seems to help is to keep the treat in my palm and she picks it up very gently. Ilka sounds like a handful! She is lucky to have a trainer that doesn’t give up on her. Dogs are way too cute to be mad at!

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