Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for May 2, 2019

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Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for May 2, 2019

Lucky Savannah

Lucky is a 4-year old, 35-pound male Beagle and Basset Hound mix who is available for adoption from Save-A-Life in Savannah, GA.

Lucky was rescued from Animal Services where he was surrendered by a family who was moving and could not take him with them. He is now neutered, vaccinated, and on his monthly heart worm /flea prevention. He is housebroken, crate trained and prefers to sleep in a dog bed or on your bed. He does well with other dogs and can will bark when excited. Lucky is looking for a family wanting a perky, happy. companion.

Elizabeth Savannah

Elizabeth is a young female Border Collie and Basenji mix puppy who is available for adoption from Save-A-Life in Savannah, GA.

Lizzie is an 8 month old, 25-pound Border Collie/Basenji mix. She is black with a white chest, toes, and a white line up her nose. She was rescued from Animal Services and is now spayed, vaccinated, healthy and happy. She is a perky puppy and is learning her commands and has already mastered the agility tunnel. She is loving, exuberant, playful, does well with other dogs, and is trained to sleep in a crate all night. Lizzie is looking for an active home with a fenced yard and a family wanting a bright companion.

Jaxon Savannah

Jaxon Sterling is a young male German Shepherd Dog and Rottweiler mix puppy who is available for adoption from Save-A-Life in Savannah, GA.

Jax is a 55lb 11 month old Shephard/ Rottweiler Mix. His expected adult weight is over 60 lbs. Jaxon loves to play hard and love hard. He is looking for an active couple who can wear him out each day by running, playing fetch or swimming.

Jax is smart with a friendly personality and loves other dogs. He goes to daycare at least one day a week and loves it. Jax knows basic commands and is working with a trainer on more advanced techniques. Jax has been neutered and is up to date on vaccines. Jax must have a home with large yard and 6 to 8 foot fences, preferably with another active dog.

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