Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for January 19, 2018

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Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for January 19, 2018

Diamond Hart

Diamond is a young female “Pocket Pittie” who is available for adoption from Hart Co. Animal Rescue Inc. in Hartwell, GA.

Diamond is a “Pocket Pitt” who started out with a rough life. When we rescued her, she was in pretty rough shape, but she is a healthy happy girl now! She has done well with some dogs and not others. She LOVES her current kennel partner, Tebow, if you would like to think of a pair of silly beasts! She is vaccinated, parasite free, spayed, and ready to live in the lap of love!

Rocky

Rocky is a senior male Boxer who is available for adoption from Hart Co. Animal Rescue Inc. in Hartwell, GA.

Rocky is a 9-10 year old Boxer. He loves everyone he meets & is really just a big lap dog. He does okay with other dogs, but prefers all of the attention. He likes to chase cats. Rocky would make a great addition to most any home. He has been neutered, treated for heartworms, fully vaccinated, microchipped & is on Advantage Multi. To adopt Rocky for a reduced adoption fee please apply online at hartcoanimalrescue.org

Emmett Hart

Emmett is a young male Treeing Walker Coonhound who is available for adoption from Hart Co. Animal Rescue Inc. in Hartwell, GA.

Emmett was rescued from a trash dump on the side of the road. He does well with other dogs & loves to explore. He does prefer to have a fence that he is able to see through vs a privacy fence. (Hounds are nosy) If you would like to meet Emmett please apply online at hartcountyanimalrescue.org

Gwinnett County Commissioners approved a contract with Planned Pethood to provide veterinary services at the county animal shelter.

The annual contract is for $360,000.

Officials said having the veterinarian services at the shelter can expedite the adoption process because it means animals who are strays or have gone unclaimed can get vet care and sterilization faster.

“This contract increases the shelter’s efficiency by promptly evaluating, testing and treating contagious or infectious diseases such as parvovirus, feline distemper, mange, ringworm and flu,” commission Chairwoman Charlotte Nash said in a statement.

Under the terms of the agreement, Planned PEThood will provide a full-time veterinarian and veterinarian technicians on-site at the shelter. Depending on the season, those employees would be at the shelter five or six times a week.

 

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