Bud is a small 4-5 pound male dog about 2 years old, who is available for adoption via a private placement in Henry County. Bud’s owner has gone into assisted living and can no longer care for him, so Bud’s staying with a family member until he can find a new home. Reply to this email if you’re interested and I can facilitate a referral.
Hi, I’m Lucy! They tell me I’m an adorable little Bassett hound puppy with the looks of a beautiful Black Mouth Cur. I like to play with the kids in my foster home and cuddling on the couch is wonderful too. My very favorite is belly rubs! I know we don’t speak the same language, but I do my very best to let you know I need to go potty. My foster mom says she is so proud of me for having no accidents in my kennel at night. I have these adorable little feet and short legs that don’t move very fast but I do my very best to keep up while walking on a leash. I enjoy the company of everyone that I meet so I’m super excited to meet my forever family. I just know that my family is going to be extra special and give me lots of belly rubs. Could that be you?
Cindy Wiemann, Gwinnett County Animal Welfare and Enforcement Division assistant manager received an award for her work.
The assistant manager of the Gwinnett County Animal Welfare and Enforcement Division recently received the Southeastern Animal Control Association’s highest honor.
Cindy Wiemann has been awarded the President’s Award from the group, which strives to improve the skills, knowledge, abilities and image of animal care and control work in the southeast.
“I’m really humbled by this award,” she said. “It means a lot coming from my peers. They know what we do and what we go through. They’re your toughest critics.”
But Gwinnett Animal Welfare and Enforcement Manager Curt Harrell said he wasn’t surprised his assistant manager had won regional recognition.
“I have wise council. She’s my go-to person,” he said. “She’s very knowledgeable about shelter management and intake.”