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Animal Allies: Edgar

Updated: June 21, 2018 07:48 AM

Edgar is still in need of a home. This "aloof" 3-year-old Terrier was in studio again this week, wagging his tail in the limelight.

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Shelter officials suspect he hasn't been adopted because he tends to be caught up in his own head sometimes.

" He's always off in his own little world, " Nicole Facciotto with Animal Allies says. " I think that translates to adopters as him not being interested or not liking people. We hear that a lot."

She recommends that people, who visit the shelter in duluth, not be discouraged if Edgar doesn't bond immediately.

When Edgar was on the show in early April, Facciotto explained he had a tendency that called "happy tail." Facciotto explains this is an action of a dog wagging their tail very hard and at a fast pace. Edgar sometimes wags it so fast that it hits objects around it and gets a little bloody. However, she explains he's

Sign up for Puppy Preschool sessions in July are now up on Animal Allies' website. Click here to learn more and to reserve your spot. Classes are limited to 10 dogs.

If you'd like to adopt Edgar, visit Animal Allies at 4006 Airport Road or give them a call at 218-722-5341. Click here to see more animals available for adoption.

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