Zoe is an owner surrender, at 8 months old, her elderly owner could not keep up with her and asked us for help. Zoe is healthy and a big girl, but will need an owner to continue to keep her active and give her structure. We will update her bio when we learn more about this girl.
Can you tell how happy Triton is to be out of the shelter? This strapping young boy is very intelligent, and has been working hard on obedience and leash work. He needs a home that will keep him active, and he loves other dogs and all people. He does need a forever home without cats... which I'm sure you can tell from the cat's face in the background of this photo. He's young with lots of energy, and cats are just too much of an intrigue and possible chew toy for this boy. He is crate trained and house trained, around a year old, and up to date on all his vetting - he's ready to find his perfect forever home! Is it you??
Sponsor Bronwyn Bartholomew - I am donating towards Triton's vet bill. Good luck with your new life, Triton! 🐾
Jude is a long haired GSD about 4 years old. He came to us in bad shape, his fur was matted and had to be shaved, and he was Heartworm positive. His fur has grown back, and he is being treated for Heartworms. Jude will be ready for adoption in late February or early March. Jude loves all people but would do best as the only dog at home. We are not sure how he is with cats, he has not lived with them.
Gambit is our newest Rescue family member, and he's so happy to be out of the shelter! This handsome boy is around a year old, and he's already had some obedience training. He is a high energy dog that needs lots of attention and continued work on his obedience training. He is good with other dogs, but like a typical GSD puppy, he likes to play rough - so he would need an active playmate around his size. He walks great on a leash, loves car rides, and loves being brushed. This GSD is from working bloodlines and has high drive, so he needs an experienced and active home that will keep him engaged and busy. His ideal home would be an adults-only home, or a home with older kids (middle school age and older), with owners that can give him a lot of time and attention. We don't know how he is with cats. Is Gambit your perfect GSD?
Hey! It's Minka! If you remember, I came to the rescue with a badly injured leg and I've been working hard on rehabilitation following surgery and I'm ready for adoption.
My foster dad thinks I need to go to a home that I would be the only dog or with another large dog - I like being the center of attention! With that being said my foster dad thinks I need to go to a home where my owner will be around a lot. I don't care if he or she is busy while they are there I just like to lay next to them! I truly just love their presence.
I do have manners so when my owner does leave me I don't have to be crated. I like to play hide and go seek and figure out different tasks. I am a pretty fast learner and thoroughly enjoy being given new tasks to learn and accomplish. My foster dad thinks that my perfect home would have at least one person home all of the time or most of the time, someone who will give me lots of love and attention, someone willing to walk me and take me to the park, and someone to cuddle with. I'd love to meet you so get your applications in today!
Minka is only about 1 year old. Thanks to all the supporters who contributed to give Minka the life she deserves!
Piper was pulled from a local shelter right before Thanksgiving. She's a sweet girl, about 2-3, on the small side. She will be finishing up heartworm treatment soon. She is great with kids and other dogs but we are not sure about cats.
Lola was an owner surrender, and is HW positive. She's on the thin side and settling into her foster home, but should be ready for her treatment in a few weeks. We will update her bio when we learn more about this girl.
Dixie comes from rural Walker County shelter, in far north GA. Dixie is one of those dogs who needed a Guardian Angel, and we were it. Besides being HW positive, she was infested with worms and was very thin and weak. When we got her to our vet, an ACL tear was diagnosed, and she will need surgery. Some of you may be familiar with ACL surgery, it's a knee injury and will require up to a couple months of restricted activity for Dixie. Our vet can do the surgery, and once she is a little stronger, we can begin her treatment.
Our preliminary estimate would be about $2000, for everything she needs. Please donate to her care, our funds are getting low, since we have other sick and injured dogs in foster care right now.
Thanks to Dixie's Sponsors: Elizabeth VanderWydenRaffa, Kelsey Beach and Aydin Abdollahian; In Memory of Maggie on behalf of Nicole Meyer
Lacey is from the same N. GA shelter as Lucy, both were picked up as strays. Lacey is also heartworm positive. She'll finish treatment in late January and be ready for adoption in mid-February. She's around 2 years old and is sweet and a little shy, good with kids and other dogs. We are not sure about cats yet. .
Lucy came from a rural North GA shelter and is Heartworm positive. She will receive her last injection treatment soon and will be ready for adoption in early February. Lucy is about 2 years old, very sweet, very active, and good with kids.