Adoptable Georgia Dogs for February 2, 2015

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Adoptable Georgia Dogs for February 2, 2015

CPR Puppies

In recent weeks, Coastal Pet Rescue has adopted four mother dogs with a total of 19 puppies and is holding a “Puppy Shower” to raise funds for their care. You may donate via their online fundraiser, or donate online via their website.

You can also donate goods and food via their Amazon wishlist and have it delivered directly to Coastal Pet Rescue or send a check to:

Coastal Pet Rescue
PO Box 30462
Savannah, GA 31410

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Miracle is a six-week old Female Boston Terrier/American Bulldog mix puppy who is available for adoption from Coastal Pet Rescue in Savannah, GA.

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Joy is a six-week old Female Boston Terrier/American Bulldog mix puppy who is available for adoption from Coastal Pet Rescue in Savannah, GA.

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Noel is a six-week old Male Boston Terrier/American Bulldog mix puppy who is available for adoption from Coastal Pet Rescue in Savannah, GA.

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Claus is a six-week old Male Boston Terrier/American Bulldog mix puppy who is available for adoption from Coastal Pet Rescue in Savannah, GA.

A Garden City canine police officer (meaning the dog, not his handler) received a bulletproof vest from a nonprofit that donates the vests called Vested Interest in K9s.

The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office received two vests for their police dogs, donated by local citizens.

“The final two vests are being ordered thanks to a very generous Forsyth County resident,” the Sheriff’s Department said.

K-9s Edd and Lycan will receive bullet and stab protective vests thanks to a charitable donation from nonprofit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc.

The vests are sponsored by Joe Radack, of Cumming, and will be embroidered with the sentiment.

Since its start, Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. provided over 1,700 protective vests, in 49 states, through private and corporate donations, at a cost of over $1.6 million.

The program is open to dogs actively employed in the U.S. with law enforcement or related agencies who are certified and at least 20 months of age.

The suggested donation to provide one protective vest for law enforcement K9 is $1,050.

Each vest has a value between $1,795 – $2,234 and a five-year warranty, and an average weight of 4-5 pounds.

A couple thousand dollars ($1050 if through the charity) to protect a police dog that can cost upwards of $50,000 seems like a prudent move.

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