Pet Adoption | R/F Humane Society: Suki is Not Your Average Avitar


Some of you movie buffs may remember Suki as the leader of the all-female Kyoshi Warriors in the movie Avitar. She was well-respected by her fellow warriors for her leadership and combat skills. Well, our Suki's reputation out in the shelter yard leans more toward the fun-loving leader in games of tag & keep-away with both 2 legged and 4 legged playmates. Combat? Let's just say that if you're in a war with dog kissing germs, Suki will win hands down.

That is just one side of the personality of this magnificent, albeit goofy dog. Suki does have a lot of the traits of her German Shepherd heritage. She's a fairly large girl, coming in at about 60 lbs, and has a pretty high energy level - she'll need lots of physical exercise. She also has the high intelligence that needs to be kept busy so as she doesn't start playing tricks on her family (ie: hiding mom's favorite shoes, checking out what's at the bottom of the trash can...) - she has a wicked sense of humor you know.

Suki also has a very high prey instinct when it comes to kitty-cats, so her new family must not include one of those for everyone's safety and welfare.

If you're looking for a dog who is athletic, strong and naturally beautiful, one who thrives on challenging activities and exercise, then this 2 year old beauty just may be the perfect family dog for you. Suki is spayed, up to date on all shots and is ready to go to her new family. To meet her, please come out to the shelter and ask for Non-Warrior Suki.

The Humane Society and Adoption Center of Rockport/Fulton
1308 Myrtle St


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