Don’t let his name fool you; Rowdy is very calm and friendly. This Coon Hound sweetie will warm your heart with his floppy ears and slobbery kisses. He loves attention, playing outside, and children. Rowdy is a playful guy who may need some basic training, but he walks fairly well on a leash. If you are looking for a big lovable dog, this could be your guy.
Hudson is a handsome man with a lot of swag. He’s the perfect mix of a walking buddy and porch dog that will gladly hang out all day long. He walks well on a leash and knows a few tricks, but there is always room for improvement! Hudson seems to do well with most people, but would need a meet n greet for younger children. However, he does not do well with other animals, so he would need to be the only fur baby in the house. Swing by and say hi to Hudson today! You might just find your new best friend!
This old guy is just as sweet as his namesake, and he’s also happy to comfort you on a bad day…without adding inches to your waistline! Chocolate is a 10-year-old chocolate lab mix with tender eyes that will surely melt your heart with a single glance. He’s a quiet, relaxed, and refined gentleman who prefers to spend the majority of his time in the cool air conditioning while lazing with his human companion(s). Because Chocolate’s temperament is so subdued, he seems to do quite well with children of all ages, cats, and other dogs, though a standard meet-and-greet is still recommended if there are other fur-babies in your home. If you have a sweet-tooth and you’re looking for a sweet-heart to bring home, come by and meet Chocolate today!
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is asking Georgia to outlaw aerial, exploding fireworks, according to AccessWDUN.
A Georgia farmer says his beloved miniature donkey named Sammy was literally scared to death by this year’s Fourth of July fireworks. Now he and an animal rights group want Georgia to ban rockets that go boom.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals wrote to Gov. Brian Kemp, House Speaker David Ralston and others Wednesday asking for a “Sammy’s law” limiting fireworks to the non-explosive, non-aerial varieties.
John Bogino tells WGCL-TV that Sammy and his other farm animals are like pets to him. His pet donkey of 22 years died last month, and he says Sammy wasn’t his first animal to die because of fireworks. He says one of his horses fled explosions in late July several years ago and had to be euthanized due to severe injuries.