Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for April 12, 2018


Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for April 12, 2018

Todd Dirt Road

Todd (above) and Tim (below) are male Miniature Pinscher mix puppies who are available for adoption from Dirt Road Doggies Rescue, INC in Gillsville, GA.

These adorable brothers were saved from a hoarding case in rural Georgia with over 55 dogs on property: many pregnant or had small puppies as young as 5 weeks old.

Tim & Todd were living on an enclosed but not sealed wooden porch with their mom, Betty. Thankfully, they were out of the bitter cold but had no direct sunlight. Neither pups had been handled much so Todd (black & brown and larger) was a little shy at first. Tim (gray & brown – smaller) could not have been happier to be picked up and cuddled.

They’ve been in a loving foster home for three weeks and have so much love to give! They are playful happy boys now! All they ask from us is unconditional love in return. They were born in mid-January and are approximately 11 weeks old, have had two rounds of puppy shots, and are ready to find their forever homes. Mom, Betty, weighs approximately 30lbs and is a MinPin mix. We think the daddy is a gray dog hound/bully mix who weighs approximately 45lbs so these boys should be medium sized dogs. To submit an adoption application, go to adopt me page and scroll to the bottom.

Tim Dirt Road

Kenny Dirt Road

Kenny is a young male Golden Retriever & Labrador Retriever mix who is available for adoption from Dirt Road Doggies Rescue, INC in Gillsville, GA.

Hello there! I’m Kenny! I’m a really beautiful guy. Yeah, I said it. Even better, I’ve got an awesome personality! I’m happy, playful, goofy & love human affection. I am a little over a year old, neutered, microchipped, up-to-date on all shots. I’m still have my puppy energy so really want an active family. I love to run and play so prefer a fenced yard.

I’m kind of the leader of my pack & keep my two brothers in line when they’re not doing what they’re supposed to be doing…which is minding me. LOL Basically, I like to be the boss. Before I became a member of this group, I was always wondering where my next meal was coming from & what kind of trash I would have to go through just to get to a piece of old food. I always get first dibs & don’t like to share my food or treats. So, it’s best to feed me separately! 

My foster mom says I’ll never live like that again & she’s working to teach me that there’s plenty for everyone. She really thinks a puppy obedience class would be the best thing for me so I can learn my manners & food etiquette. I’m going to be a big guy, so the last thing I need is to get into trouble for snatching food from a kid’s hand or getting into it with a fur sibling over a treat! I want to be good but you’ve got to work with me here. I bet I’ll graduate top of my class!


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