Adoptable Georgia Dogs for December 22, 2015

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Adoptable Georgia Dogs for December 22, 2015

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Number 0503 is an 8-year old Pointer mix who came into the shelter when his owner died. He is heartworm positive and is available for adoption from Washington Wilkes Humane Animal Shelter in Washington, GA.

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Number 504 is a sweet older (8+) hound girl whose owner died. She is heartworm positive and is available for adoption from Washington Wilkes Humane Animal Shelter in Washington, GA.

Calla

Calla is a 4.5-to-5-year old Labrador and Terrier mix girl who is available for adoption from Washington Wilkes Humane Animal Shelter in Washington, GA.

Calla is approximately 3.5-4 years old.  She came to our shelter in June 2012 after being picked up as an under weight stray. For the past 3 years she has been overlooked at our shelter due to shyness and preferring the safety of her doghouse. Two months ago, some local high school students began coming to the shelter to help with dogs. Calla’s life changed.  She now realizes that people can be good and give lots of love.  She spends time out of her doghouse so she can get attention from people. She is still shy and loud noises bother her, but she has come such a long way.  She is a sweet, loving girl who deserves a home with a family who will spoil her.

Cobb County Animal Shelter is holding adoption specials to help dogs and cats find their new homes for the holidays.

Just in time for the holidays, the shelter is hoping to add a four-legged member to Cobb families with its Home for the Holidays pet adoption event where all dogs and cats are available for $60.

In addition to the holiday special, today and Wednesday, the shelter staff is waiving its adoption fees so people can add a new pet to their family for free.

In an effort to provide the animals with a better life at the shelter, Cobb Animal Control is selling pet calendars featuring shelter animals for a $15 donation.

Dog adoptions include vaccines, rabies shots, deworming, spay and neutering, and a heartworm check.

Cat adoptions include vaccines, rabies shots, deworming, spay and neutering, and a FIV/FLEV test.

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