Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for April 26, 2018

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Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for April 26, 2018

Patience SOHFGA

Patience is a young female Spaniel puppy who is available for adoption from the Society of Humane Friends of GA Inc. in Lawrenceville, GA.

Pierce SOHFGA

Pierce is a young female Beagle and Spaniel mix puppy who is available for adoption from the Society of Humane Friends of GA Inc. in Lawrenceville, GA.

Penelope’s six sons are ready for adoption! Mama Penelope is a 30 lb Spaniel mix. There seems to be multiple dads involved in this large litter of eleven! Your guess is as good as ours regarding breed mixes in these beautiful babies. All we know is they are 100% adorable and should grow up to be medium-sized dogs (30-40 lbs most likely). Pierce is looking for a home where his person or family has the time, patience and energy that all pups need to help him grow up to be a great dog.

Charlotte SOHFGA

Charlotte is a young female German Shepherd mix puppy who is available for adoption from the Society of Humane Friends of GA Inc. in Lawrenceville, GA.

Charlotte is eleven weeks old. Her mama is a 60 lb Shepherd mix. We don’t have any info on her daddy. Charlotte is a big girl already and will definitely grow up to be a large dog. She needs a great home with someone who has the time to help her grow up to be a great dog. 

Gillsville City Council has adopted a new animal control ordinance, according to the Gainesville Times.

An ordinance fashioned after Hall County’s animal control law was passed by Gillsville City Council on April 3.

Before the law was passed, some dogs in family yards had barked and growled at local walkers as they passed by, “so we figured it was time for us to get on board” with an animal control law, Mayor Roy Turpin said.

Basically, animals “out and about need to be on a leash, on a chain or penned up,” he said.

If problems crop up, the city will notify Hall County Animal Control “and they will take over at that time,” he said. “They will handle enforcement.”

“lt is unlawful for the owner of any domesticated animal or agricultural animal /to knowingly abandon the animal or commit the act of abandonment,” the ordinance states.

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