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Nani

Gender: Female
Breed: Labrador
Secondary Breed: Mix
Status: Adoptable

A PLAYFUL & SWEET GIRL:  2 years old / 45 lbs.  Mostly Mutts adoption center is open Mon-Sat. 11-4pm. Some of us are in foster homes so please call 770-272-6888 1st to find out if I’m available to meet during the week.  I spent a few weeks in the Mostly Mutts prison foster/training program, and my friends there taught me so many new tricks such as, ‘sit pretty’ which is on my hind legs, ‘pray’, ‘bang-bang’ and ‘hold it’!  I’ve also graduated in the Mostly Mutts University training program and am now working on the Canine Good Citizen certificate.  I’ve mastered the ‘sit’, ‘stay’, ‘down’, ‘come’, ‘drop it’, ‘leave it’ and ‘place’ commands.  I also use proper door etiquette and have good leash manners as well as accept nice strangers without jumping.  Impressive, right?  My trainers say that I’m super chill and amazing!  I’ve been working on my potty manners and can now hold it through the night as well as up to 4 hours at a time during the day – so an at home/work from home family member is going to be best. My foster mom has noticed that I like to take my time to find the perfect spot to do my business in the yard, and I like a little privacy for my #2 business (which I usually do right after a meal, so please take me out after I eat). I also have a special crate that’s made so I don’t break out of it (sorry I’ve done that) and I’ve just started some medication to help with anxiety.  Please ask about these things – as MM’s is happy to go over them with you. I’m a skilled pill detective with pill pockets and cheese cubes, so my foster mom uses peanut butter to give me my medication – yum! I’ve been a sweet friend to everyone I’ve encountered during my time with Mostly Mutts. I warm up a little slowly, but my sweet nature comes out as we spend some time together.  The volunteers have noticed that in the play yards I am a goofy, playful, tail-wagger’ who loves rolling around and enjoying belly rubs! I LOVE toys and will entertain myself with them by shaking them around and tossing them up in the air – which will entertain you too!  I’ve met some other dogs at MM’s and in my foster home and liked them, so if you have a sweet dog at home, let’s meet as I think I’d really enjoy another dog in my new home! My trainer says I’m excellent at interpreting cues from other dogs. I did well with the shelter kitty I met, so a feline friend could be fun too!  I also met a nice 10-year-old boy and his younger sister at the MM shelter and did well with them, so human siblings around 10 (or maybe a little younger) in my furever home could be a good fit for me!  Energy level: 3-5 (will likely increase as I gain confidence in my new home) I'm current on vaccinations, micro-chipped, spayed, and my adoption fee is $299.00 which also includes an engraved name tag, Martingale collar and leash.

 

 

Our Mission

The mission of Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue and Adoption, Inc. is to work closely with animal control officers and other rescue organizations to reduce the number of animals entering into and being euthanized at local shelters.  Mostly Mutts provides housing, health care, training, physical and emotional care to adoptable animals, while we work toward finding them a loving home.  Mostly Mutts is also involved in the community with education and awareness programs primarily in the Metro Atlanta Area