Adoptable Georgia Dogs for February 20, 2015

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Adoptable Georgia Dogs for February 20, 2015

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The My Furry Valentine Adoption Special by DeKalb County Animal Services means $14 adoption fees for all dogs and cats older than six months – with full vetting included, that’s quite a deal.

Jester Dekalb

Jester is a 15-month old male Terrier mix who is available for adoption from DeKalb County Animal Services. Jester needs a playmate! This happy boy LOVES to play and can’t wait to have a family who will teach him some games and give him some toys of his very own! He is only about 1 year old and has plenty more years of fun ahead of him.

Monty DeKalb

Monty is a sweet 2-year old male Flat-Coated Retriever mix who is available for adoption from DeKalb County Animal Services.

Spike

Spike is a 3-year old male Terrier mix with the happiest smile I’ve ever seen on a dog. his big cutie is full of love! Spike is a super sweetie who will sit on a dime! His big, goofy smile reflects his personality perfectly. He has already mastered the sit command (no treats required!) and would love for you to teach him more fun things. This cutie loves to be near humans and greets you with a vigorously wagging tail whenever you are around. You have to come meet Spike! Spike is available for adoption from DeKalb County Animal Services.

Kermit Gwinnett

This guy, who looks like maybe a Lab mix, needs help today or he’ll be euthanized – he is available for adoption from Gwinnett County Animal Shelter.

Senior Dolly

This sweet senior hound named Abby needs a loving home as soon as possible – available for adoption from Gwinnett County Animal Shelter.

If you need any additional reason to thank our military members (we don’t), 80 soldiers from Fort Benning will work on a community service project today at the Columbus Animal Care and Control Center.

Starting at 8 a.m., the soldiers, from Alpha Company of the Special Troops Battalion, 3rd Infantry Division, will help paint the facility, clean up the walking trail between the center and Cooper Creek Park and spruce up the front of the building.

They will also help pass out flyers in several neighborhoods notifying people about the center’s upcoming rabies clinic and its community cat program and help exercise some resident animals at Cooper Creek.

For more information, contact Volunteer Coordinator Elizabeth Delgesso or Division Manager Drale Short at 706-653-4512.

Likewise, the Augusta Fire Department, who saved three dogs from a burning shed.

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