Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for January 3, 2016

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Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for January 3, 2016

lula

Lula is a female 4-6 year old mix breed lovely house trained 50+/- LB dog who is available for adoption from Monroe County Animal Control in Forsyth, GA. If I had to guess, I’d say maybe she has some hound and pointer in her background.

Lula has an online fundrazr setup to help pay for her expenses.

Lula has cataracts that make it a little hard for her to see at night. She prefers to be out of the kennel and is wonderfully happy to sit on the floor of my office and go out on the cable to exercise. Lula likes some other dogs, but seems to prefer to be the only dog (maybe because she can’t see that well).

jay-jay

Jay-Jay is a male 1 year old Pyr/Beagle/Lab mix who is available for adoption from Monroe County Animal Control in Forsyth, GA.

He has a fundrazr set up online to help pay for his veterinary costs.

He is sweet cuddly loving happy friendly and well behaved. Jay-Jay does not need constant attention but likes to play for a while and get snuggled often. Jay-Jay is friendly to other dogs and loves all sizes of people.

coca-cola-monroe

Coca-Cola is a wonderfully handsome 1-2 year old male lab/shepherd/basset hound/? mix who is available for adoption from Monroe County Animal Control in Forsyth, GA.

Coca-Cola has an online fundrazr to help pay for his vetting.

He is sweet as can be, loves to be around humans, plays well with other dogs, has short little basset hound legs, a fat lab head and shepherd snout and coat. Coca-Cola is in the pound at Monroe County Georgia Animal Control in Forsyth, GA (1 hour South of Atlanta exit 188 off I-75 and 30 minutes north of Macon). For a short drive you can find happiness by helping me walk, play with, love on and possibly find a new home for these loving dogs in our facility! Please come volunteer, play, and enjoy our dogs!

rusty

Rusty is a sweet male pointer mix who is available for adoption from Monroe County Animal Control in Forsyth, GA.

He has a fundrazr set up to help pay for his vetting and to make him more attractive to animal rescue groups.

When Rusty arrived the shelter did not think he would make it through the night. He was starved and dehydrated and very weak. After a month of feeding and watering and a good bath and lots of play time and exercise, he is going to make it. What he looks like changes from day to day. Rusty was only skin and bones when he arrived and now that he is putting on muscle mass again he looks a little different than he did when he first arrived.

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