Adoptable Georgia Dogs for April 22, 2014

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Adoptable Georgia Dogs for April 22, 2014

Rick Flair

Rick Flair is an adult male Jack Russell Terrier & Corgi Mix, and is available for adoption from the Humane Society of Forsyth County in Cumming, GA.

Hoyt

Hoyt is an American Bulldog mix, medium-size at about 52 pounds and estimated to be three years old. He is a super sweet dog and knows sit and stay. He uses the bathroom outside whenever possible. He has a lot of love and affection to give and would just love to be on the receiving end too. He adores children and is very gentle with them and that is kids of all ages!

Hoyt is available for adoption from the Cobb County Animal Shelter, where he is currently in run 805.. If you’re inquiring about him, please use his ID # 563621.

Female English Setter

This beautiful female English Setter is in need of a new home – please don’t let her end up in a shelter or worse. She’s in the Columbus, Georgia area. From the post on Facebook:

I have a call into Paws Humane for surrendering her, but haven’t received a call back. If anyone would be interested in her, she’s free. She’s housebroken and great with kids. She does well with other dogs and doesn’t bother cats. She can be hyper but mainly only when first meeting strangers. She’s good at alerting you when someone is at the door or in the driveway. She does need a very good grooming/light shave and bath. You MUST have a fenced in backyard!! She must not be only an outside dog. Text me 706-358-2413 or message me on facebook.

 

Sweet Senior

Finally, this sweet senior female lab is on death row at Floyd County Animal Shelter in Rome, Georgia. Can you spare a soft bed, a warm place to lie by your feet and some daily kibble for this sweet old soul? Let me know if you’re willing to adopt her but need help with logistics.

Sweet Senior FaceColin Martin Mayor Facebook

Five bonus points are awarded to the Colin Martin campaign for Mayor of Columbus, two for the photo above gracing a local rescue’s Facebook page. Three points are awarded for committing at last night’s Mayoral debate to work toward making Columbus a no-kill city.

 

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