Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for March 26, 2019

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Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for March 26, 2019

Tatum Cobb

Tatum is a young male Hound mix who is available for adoption from the Cobb County Animal Shelter in Marietta, GA.

Tatum is a little on the shy side. He is only 8 months old and already knows his commands to sit and stay and walks well on a leash. Tatum is a quiet boy who has not made any sounds since arriving at the shelter. We think he is just really sad to be homeless right now. He is 48 pounds. Tatum is up to date with shots and will be neutered, heartworm tested and micro-chipped when adopted. He is in cage 84 and his ID is 612685. Will you come adopt Tatum and let him love you?

Gidget Cobb

Gidget is a young female Retriever mix who is available for adoption from the Cobb County Animal Shelter in Marietta, GA.

Gidget is a darling little girl. She is shy and scared in the shelter, but very sweet. She sits when told and she is great on a leash. She is pretty in her pictures, and beautiful in person. Gidget was brought to the shelter as a lost dog on 2/28/2019. Gidget is only about a year old and about 55 lbs. She is current on her vaccines, spayed, microchipped and heartworm tested negative. Her ID at the shelter is 612733 and she is in run 832.

Brody Cobb

Brody is a young male Labrador Retriever mix who is available for adoption from the Cobb County Animal Shelter in Marietta, GA.

Brody is simply awesome! This handsome fellow is as sweet as can be and loves toys! He’s so well behaved and stays quiet in his run. Brody knows all his commands such as: sit, stay, shake, shake other paw, and lay down. Someone did a good job training him. Now why haven’t they come to find him at the shelter, as he came in as a lost dog on March 11th. Brody is only 1 year old and weighs 55 pounds. He is up to date with vaccinations, now neutered, and will be heartworm tested, and micro-chipped upon adoption. Brody is in Run 800 and his ID is 612927.

The Georgia State House overwhelmingly rejected Senate Bill 32, legislation to protect people who attempt to rescue pets locked in cars, according to the AJC.

House members voted 108-46 against the measure.

Under Senate Bill 32, sponsored by Marietta Republican state Sen. Kay Kirkpatrick, anyone who damaged a car to save an animal would have been required to call 911 or animal control and wait for emergency responders to arrive to avoid being sued.

Kirkpatrick said she was disappointed by the vote and planned to regroup to see if there was another way to tackle the issue.

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