Roady, a young adult male Beagle, was found on the side of the road digging through trash in the middle of nowhere. He came running right up and jumped in the car. He’s a great little dog that just wants to cuddle and be with people. He can quickly climb a 4 ft fence but just comes back to the door so it’s not likely that he merely ran away from his old home but instead was probably dumped by a careless owner. He is neutered, up to date on shots and heartworm negative. He is being treated for Ehrlichiosis which is a tick bourne disease that he will be clear from after a few weeks of antibiotics.
Lenox (above and below) is a happy, playful girl, a mix of Australian Shepherd and Beagle, who loves the people she gets to know. She’s a little vocal at first interaction, meaning that she barks and sometimes growls, but once she trusts you, she won’t bark at you again. She likes her initial interaction with strangers to be on her terms where you let her come to you. However, since she is very uncertain (and vocal) around new people at first meeting, especially if they try to interact with her before she’s ready, we aren’t comfortable with her going to a home with young children (although teens would probably be fine).
Lennox loves toys, playing, and learning obedience and is available for adoption from Helping Paws Rescue in Bogart, GA.
Darcey (one black eye, above) and Francis (two black eyes, above in back, and below) are very good-looking Beagle/Harrier mix females who are available for adoption from Dekalb County Animal Services in Decatur, GA.