Lila is a female Jack Russell Terrier mix who is available for adoption from the Humane Society of Terrell County in Dawson, GA. She and her sister Lailey were found as stray puppies searching for food at a dumpster.
They were adopted but the family was not spending enough time with them so they returned to us. She looks like a large Jack Russell Terrier.Lila is a sweet, outgoing and playful girl; typical JRT in that she bounces! She would be great for a home that wants an active dog. Lila is great with other dogs and she loves children. She is housebroken, current on shots and spayed.
Wags is one of a litter of 7 puppies that were found under a handicap ramp of an abandonded home when they were only 10 days old. Their mother had been struck and killed by a car; one of our foster homes took the puppies in and bottled fed them and happily, they all survived and have thrived! But, Wags and the gang need a home of their own.
Wags and her brother, Lewis, must be adopted together. Lewis is very attached to Wags, and since they have been together their entire lives, we think it best for both of them to keep them together. If ever there were a dog appropriately named, it is Wags. She is great with other dogs, likes children and is all around sweet girl, her tail never stops wagging, hence her name (she is untested with cats). She would be great for a home that is looking to “balance out their pack”-she seems to have a calming effect on other dogs.
Louis is the brother of Wags. He is good with all female dogs and some male dogs; he likes children, he is smart and eager to please (he is untested with cats). He is fun loving and just wants to be where ever the people are. He is current on shots, neutered and on heartworm prevention.
I love to fetch, run and play! My favorite things to do are: chasing my favorite ball, playing with my stuffed monkey, eating and cuddling.
My foster mom says to tell you that I’m housebroken “if you stay on top of it”. (She swears you’ll understand that even though I don’t.) She says I listen well and that I understand the difference between play time and calm down time. (She is telling the truth! I know what all of that means.)I get along great with the other dogs and cats in my foster home too.
My previous family took me to stay at a nice persons house during recent flooding because they offered to help by keeping me safe. When it was time for my family to pick me up, they refused to come get me. I’m doing great though and I love being at my new foster home. My foster family says I am such a joy to have. My foster mom said I’m an adorable goofball and will be an awesome addition to YOUR home!