Adoptable Pittie of the Week: Georgia

24 Jun

georgia kissing

Georgia is our special adoptable this week. She’s a dog that’s been dealt a hard hand. We first met Georgia (then named Sandy) when she was abandoned in front of a restaurant on Thanksgiving, 2011.  The poor, scrape-ridden girl was cold and scared. A local rescuer placed her in the ‘hood. Her new mom named her Georgia and quickly showed her the world isn’t so bad, if you meet the right people!

georgia loves
Georgia’s mom loved this little low-rider so much! The shy, scared pittie came out of her shell and became the biggest wigglebutt! Even now, with losing her mom and so many changes, Miss Georgia always has a smile!
georgia sitting2
Once again, Georgia needs to help of a village…her mom recently died unexpectedly. Bully Project is hoping to find a foster, or better yet, a forever home for Georgia.
georgia needs home
She adores people, treats, walks and snuggles on the couch. She would do best as a single pet.
georgia belly rubs
Please contact us at Bullyprojectnyc@gmail.com if you would like to meet this special girl! We promise you won’t be disappointed.
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15 Responses to “Adoptable Pittie of the Week: Georgia”

  1. Marcela June 24, 2013 at 2:23 PM #

    She is gorgeous:)

  2. peaceabull June 24, 2013 at 3:27 PM #

    How heartbreaking to lose her mom after knowing that kind of love.

  3. Emily @ Our Waldo Bungie June 24, 2013 at 4:29 PM #

    How awful that Miss Georgia lost her mama. 😦 I’m glad she has a soft place to land back with you guys though.

  4. Ilana June 24, 2013 at 7:13 PM #

    Thank you SO much for taking her in. Georgia was my friends colleagues dog, may she rip knowing that her pup will find another loving home.

  5. Sheila June 24, 2013 at 7:15 PM #

    I knew Georgia’s mom who died and I can tell you that she loved Georgia to pieces. Georgia is really a sweetheart. Please, someone- give this adorable girl a chance!

  6. Emily Nolan June 25, 2013 at 4:49 PM #

    Love this pics! I can see her personality shine through! 🙂

  7. kahannah June 27, 2013 at 9:15 PM #

    She is so pretty!! She reminds me of my rescued pittie, Lexi. 🙂

  8. Mary July 9, 2013 at 7:50 PM #

    Someone needs to expand on the “best as an only pet” line. Georgia is downright dangerous to other dogs. She almost killed my friend’s small dog a few months ago and that was not the only dog she was known to attack. Fortunately Georgia’s mom did the right thing and paid all the medical bills, but people should be warned that she should never be taken out of the house or anywhere that she might encounter other dogs unless she’s muzzled.

    • Georgia July 10, 2013 at 12:14 PM #

      Your comment is not completely inaccurate. First, she is not dangerous. She has done nothing to other dogs recently nor prior to your alleged “attack.” There was an incident, but there is more to it than you suggest. Also, she never attacked any other animal. I was with her in the dog run many times and she was very good with the other dogs. This was an isolated incident and she does not encounter other dogs currently. With a little love and training, she can be re-socialized. Please, if you have nothing nice to say, please muzzle yourself.

      • Georgia July 10, 2013 at 12:14 PM #

        Rather is is completely INACCURATE!

  9. mortpersky July 10, 2013 at 10:08 AM #

    Would like to hear Mary’s report officially confirmed or denied, as it would likely be a deal-breaker for some who’d love to take Georgia into their home, which I personally hope happens soon, with all that would mean for Georgia’s continued happiness.

    • That Touch of Pit ... July 10, 2013 at 11:51 AM #

      We were not present at the incident Mary is referencing, as Georgia’s owner was still alive at that point. Therefore, we cannot comment about that incident, specifically. We have been perfectly clear that Georgia should not be around other animals, both in our post and with anyone who expresses interest in fostering or adopting her. As for needing a muzzle when taken out of the house, we feel that as long as her new owner has a good handle on her needs, humane tools to help control her more easily, and a wide base of resources for assistance, she will make a great pet for someone.

  10. Ola Ahmad May July 11, 2013 at 6:36 PM #

    thank you for posting Georgia and for being there for her and her late mama in time of need. so tragic.

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