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Ginger came from Walton Co Animal Control a year ago. She was about 3 years old then. I saw her picture on the internet and fell in love with her sweet face right away.
Dr. Mitchell told me she is likely an American Bulldog mix. She is a typical bully dog... she loves all humans, large and small. She just needs 2-3 walks per day, otherwise she lays around and chews her toys or begs for head scratches.
I have many foster cats, and Ginger is well-behaved with them. They like to sleep next to her when it's cold, and she enjoys chasing the red dot with them, because she thinks she might be a cat. Ginger almost never barks, which is awesome. She rides in the car with me a lot, and we are often approached by people who want to say hello or show us pictures of their dogs. She's a great ambassador for bully breeds because she is so happy and friendly to everyone. Most likely Ginger started her life as somebody's yard dog, who was bred a few times and got heartworms. Now she's spayed and healthy and lives inside and gets all the love that every dog deserves. Ginger loves MVC! Sometimes we stop in just so she can say Hi and get a head scratch from her friends.