Aristotle as he is now called, was rescued from a remote Georgia Animal Control Facility.  He was injured, draggin g his left hindleg, thin and weary.
Click here to see his shelter photo (which saved his life).
With much TLC,  good food and fun and games with doggie friends he has again become a happy Lab.  His personality is still calm, laid back with an almost philosophical "Wait and See" observing attitude.  He is submissive like a pup, and listens to any name! Bright white teeth which date him to be 12 - 18 months old.   Crate trained, housetrained, loves other dogs.  His leg does not seem to be painful, he puts pressure on it, runs up and down stairs  like a whirlwind, and races full speed when playing outside.  Since it is an old injury (healed fracture ) - no treatment is needed or indicated now.  He is not a working dog but looks forward to a life of companionship and loyalty - being a loved family member.

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Please click here and read about his rescue!


At the Coweta Animal Control - as a stray with no where to go but..