Adoptable Georgia Dogs for December 12, 2014


Adoptable Georgia Dogs for December 12, 2014


Valspar – Husky mix female

My name is Valspar and I am an adorable and lovable ball of fluff. I’m two years old, female and a sweet thing. I am good with most dogs and I am okay with cats. I can be a little shy and do not seem to like loud noises. Therefore, I would probably not do well in a home with small children. I need some training to help me. I am house trained and crate trained. I would love to be a part of a family.”



Foster – Collie mix male

Hi there, I’m Foster! That may seem like an odd name for a foster dog but you see, I was truly saved by a Foster family. I had less than an hour left here on earth but Angels Among Us heard my plea, got me a foster home and now here I am. My foster mom says I’m the biggest goof ball ever. I love to play, my first night at my foster home I just sprinted around picking up every toy I could find. I’m pretty calm in the house but I do love to play bow, grab a toy and then try to convince you to chase me. I would do best in a home with female dogs that are not very dominant. I promise to keep you entertained with my upbeat attitude and playful ways! So if you are looking for a new sweet dog to be a part of your family then look no further, I’m right here!

Mr Tuggs

Mr. Tuggs – Pekingese/Corgi mix

Mr. Tuggs’ original owner passed away, and he is now living in a foster home, waiting for someone to call him their own once again. He is an amazing, well behaved and laid-back little doggie!! Mr. Tuggs is part Pekingese and part Corgi, but all heart. He can be a little timid around new people, but once he gets to know you he will be your best friend. Cuddling, napping and getting lots of love are his favorite past times.

Mr. Tuggs is very quiet, loving, gentle and calm, and would be best suited to a laid back family with older children, empty-nesters or seniors. Mr. Tuggs needs to kept on a grain-free dog food and Frontline year-round to prevent skin irritation as he’s a little sensitive. He is about 9 – 10 years young, but he has many happy years ahead of him. He has lived his entire life as the only household pet and as a result, he would prefer to keep it that way, but he’d sure like the chance to live out his life with someone special like you!

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