TIPPY IS A SPUNKY LIL MAN READY TO GIVE HIS ALL TO YOU. HE LOVES TO JUMP AND RUN, SO IF YOU’VE BEEN LOOKING FOR A EXERCISE PARTNER TO KEEP YOU ACCOUNTABLE THEN LOOK NO FURTHER
BELL IS A SUPER SWEET OLDER LITTLE LADY. LOVES TO BE HELD AND WANTS TO FIND THE PERFECT FOREVER LAP TO REMAIN IN
Napoleon’s foster says that he is, in short, a total dream dog. He is very smart, fantastic in the house, housebroken and does great with free roam. He is a low energy boy that loves to hang out with his people, sleep on the bed and go for car rides.
Napoleon is great with adults but would prefer a home with NO children. He has also done well with properly introduced large dogs but does not enjoy the company of the smaller breeds or cats.
Braselton is a 1-2 year old male Plott Hound mix who is available for adoption from Washington Wilkes Humane Animal Shelter in Washington, GA. He is a playful, energetic boy who is current on vaccines and weighs 40 lbs. He will do well with an active family.
Zoe is a 1.5 year old, 26-pound female Dachshund mix who is available for adoption from Washington Wilkes Humane Animal Shelter in Washington, GA. She came to the shelter as an owner surrender. She seems to prefer women over men and needs to be the only dog in a calm, quiet household.
Selena is an adult female Hound mix who is available for adoption from Habersham County Animal Shelter in Clarkesville, GA. Bless this sweet houndie girl’s heart. She is such a pretty girl. All she wants is someone to love her.
Yolanda is a young female Hound mix puppy who is available for adoption from Habersham County Animal Shelter in Clarkesville, GA. I’m guessing from the photos that she’s Selena’s puppy.
Boomer is a young male Labrador Retriever mix puppy who is available for adoption from Habersham County Animal Shelter in Clarkesville, GA. Do you have room in your heart for this little guy? He is scared at the shelter and is hoping for someone to come and love him. He promises he will be a good boy.
Elmo is a high energy, dominant (neutered) male. He is also SUPER cute. Elmo LOVES to run, and is working on his leash manners. Elmo would do best in a home as an only pet, although we have seen him get along with certain dogs (submissive) that are smaller than him.
Elmo does well with older children. He would most definitely need an experienced dog owner as an adopter-but he’s smart and catches on to training quickly!
Looking for an absolute love bug to snuggle with every day? If so, Frances may be your gal! This gorgeous little lady loves nothing more than to cuddle up with someone and watch a movie or just nap. She has such a gentle, oh so sweet demeanor with people. She does have a playful streak from time to time and will engage in silly time with her canine companions. Overall, she is a laid back, quiet girl who just wants to be loved.
Hey there, name’s DeVito. What do you get when you cross a low riding bassett hound with a scruffy terrier? Well, I’m guessing it’s something like me! I’m smart and chill and have perfect scruff. I really like kids and toys and belly rubs.
Blade is a male Labrador Retriever and Basset Hound mix who is available for adoption from Friends of Perry Animal Shelter in Perry, GA. I would guess he wears the cone of shame because he had a recent injury or was just neutered.
The Byron, Georgia Animal Shelter has filled up and will begin putting dogs down to free up space.
As the city of Byron has grown, so have the number of calls to animal control. Now the city’s animal shelter is at capacity and shelter personnel are working to find a solution.
“Once we have the dogs here we’ll house and feed them. We’re supposed to give it seven days,” said Byron Animal Control’s Clay Fauquier.
But for the dogs sitting in Byron’s animal shelter, their days are numbered.
“Right now people are not adopting because they’re going on vacation and they’re kids are getting out of school,” said volunteer Regina Brahvam.
So they’ve got seven days to find a new home and Fauquier–who runs the shelter–says there’s a catch to that if they don’t.
“It’s at the point now, if I get another dog in here today, which word on the street is I’m about to, I’m full and I have to find somewhere to put them.”
If you’re considering a new family dog, please think about saving one of these sweet souls. If you’re interested in fostering one of the dogs, please contact Regenia at 478-293-2066. If you’d like to adopt, please contact the shelter via Facebook, call (478) 662-4161 or visit the shelter.
Without a care in the world this girl is always happy. Not to mention how smart she is. Within seconds of meeting her she was doing commands, sit, down and stay. She also waits tell she is let out of her kennel to go potty!
When she was taken to the vet to get her stitches, she climbed in all the laps available in the waiting room.
The second she is brought out of the kennel she wonders over to you as if to say, “Whats the point, no one will love me” She sits with her head tucked into your lap hoping you will stay and pet her. Please call 478-293-2066 if you’re interested in helping save her.
With eyes like hers, how could you not want to scoop her up and take her home. This sweet girl goes right to the gate as soon as she is let out of the kennel. She knows the shelter is not the place for any dog to be.
She takes a few minutes to warm up, but it is worth sitting with her to see glimpses of her personality shine through the fear and worry of the unknown. Please help us help her.
Contact 478-293-2066 if you are interested in taking the worry off this sweet girls face and giving her a loving home.