Georgia Button is one of the first Cavapoos we met along the way to creating the CurlyPup website. Her mom, Danna, runs a Facebook group for Cavapoo owners that is chock-full of fluffy-puppy photos, doggy birthday wishes and videos of every type of random adorableness.
While every image posted there causes a flurry of admiration, Georgia’s photos inspire cooing typically reserved for human infants. “Perfect Princess Georgia,” commented one member recently. “The prettiest little girl I have ever seen…quite the little star,” said another. “She is the Zsa Zsa of Cavapoos,” added a third.
Georgia is special, and not just because she is Danna’s pup.
Her manners have earned her the right to travel everywhere: concerts, salon appointments, plays, movies and restaurants. The front-desk workers at her favorite hotel, The Georgian in Santa Monica, greet her by name and pat her soft, cream-colored coat when she arrives.
At times, her soulful gaze seems more child-like than canine. Danna’s friend Lisa agrees: “Georgia is not a dog. Look at that face. That is a human face.”
Remarkably, Danna was not a fan of dogs before Georgia. After re-homing several, she decided she simply wasn’t destined to be an animal lover. “Never in my wildest dreams did I think I could love a dog this much,” says Danna. “But from the moment Georgia was born, I loved her like no other.”
More fun facts about Georgia Button:
Birthday: February 10, 2010
Claim to fame: her signature head tilt (level: Expert) and glamorously long eyelashes
Favorite toy: Pink Bear
Can’t get enough: cheese—all kinds—and kefir/apple ice cream treats (frozen in the shape of paws, of course)
Shedding status: Very little. There are tiny fuzzies you see only if you’re wearing a dark color.
Favorite spot: Anywhere near or on her mom. In the morning, she will often stand on top of Danna’s legs and stare at her until she opens her eyes.
Crushin’ on: No one but her mom! She’s a one-human pup.
Mom’s Favorite Photo: Georgia’s first head tilt at nine weeks old
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