Adoptable Georgia Dogs for December 9, 2015

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Adoptable Georgia Dogs for December 9, 2015

Coastal Pet Rescue is a small volunteer and foster home-based dog and cat rescue in Savannah, Georgia. If you’re interested in supporting rescue groups, CPR does fine work and could use the help this holiday season. You can make a donation online here. Or mail a check to:

Coastal Pet Rescue
PO Box 30462
Savannah, GA 31410

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Homer is a 7-9 year old smallish Golden Retriever who is available for adoption from Coastal Pet Rescue in Savannah, Georgia. He’s a senior who was found stray and wound up in animal control, missing some fur, very thin, heartworm positive, and in need of veterinary care. He’s receiving the care he needs and in a foster home waiting for his forever family.

Homer has special needs and is looking for someone who is willing to take extra care and time with a senior dog. He is a beautiful soul who is quiet, with a lot of love to give, and is hoping that he’ll find a similar soul to share the rest of his life with.

If you’d like to help Homer but can’t adopt him, please consider giving online to help pay the costs of his veterinary care.

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Dixie is a year old female Black Labrador Retriever mix who is available for adoption from Coastal Pet Rescue in Savannah, Georgia.

Dixie loves people and being outside, especially games of fetch! She is not always so sure about other dogs, so trips to the dog park aren’t high on her to-do list. Dixie would make a great dog for someone with a big yard where she can run and play (did we mention she likes fetch?), and is full of love to share.

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Sage is a 4-month old female Treeing Walker Coonhound and Bulldog mix puppy who is available for adoption from Coastal Pet Rescue in Savannah, Georgia.

Sage is such a ham. Still a young pup, she’s goofy and eager to love.

Byron Pups

These two young Labrador Retriever puppies are not in the care of Coastal Pet Rescue – they’re a last minute addition this morning.

They were found stray and their owner won’t come pick them up. Frankly, they need a Christmas miracle.

The folks who found them can’t keep them as they already have dogs, but they’re willing to help transport them from Byron.

If you have room in the inn your home and your heart to help these two on their way to a forever home, please touch base with the folks helping them on Facebook or email me directly.

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