Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for July 2, 2020

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Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for July 2, 2020

Bowie Furever Match Dallas GA

Bowie is a young male Chow Chow mix who is available for adoption from Furever Match Inc in Dallas, GA.

Hey hey! Bowie here! I’m a big fluff ball that just wants to be loved and adored by my humans! I prefer to be the only animal in the home. Kids make me a little bit nervous! I hope I can find my furever match. Think it could be you? Contact my matchmakers at matchmakers@furevermatch.com! Can’t wait to meet you!

Roxy Furever Match Dallas GA

Roxy is a female Catahoula Leopard Dog mix who is available for adoption from Furever Match Inc in Dallas, GA.

Hey there! Roxy here! I’m a sweet girl who is laid back and enjoys the outdoors. I LOVE my humans and just want to lay on your lap and take a nap with you. I am the perfect cuddle buddy for those cold rainy days! I try so hard to be the best girl, but I would really prefer a home where I am the only animal. I just want all the love and attention! If you’d like to meet me, contact my matchmakers at matchmakers@furevermatch.com! Can’t wait to meet you!!

Nana Furever Match Dallas GA

Nana is a female Labrador Retriever mix who is available for adoption from Furever Match Inc in Dallas, GA.

My name is Nana. I’m heartbroken that my family left me behind to die in a shelter. I lived my whole life with them and loved them so much… I’m sure they must have had a good reason. I am a sweet girl that is fully vetted and crate trained. I may not be the youngest girl out there but the doctor says I have many good years left. I would love a family to love unconditionally! Maybe I’ll get lucky enough to find someone to curl up by a fire with. Could that be you? Please say it is…

A dog has tested positive for the novel Coronavirus, according to the Capitol Beat News Service via the Savannah Morning News.

The state Department of Public Health said Wednesday a six-year-old mixed breed was tested for coronavirus after developing a fatal neurological condition. The agency did not say where the dog resided.

The dog was tested after its owners also tested positive for the virus and was euthanized due to the neurological condition, which was unrelated to COVID-19, according to the agency.

Pets and wild animals do not pose a significant threat to spreading COVID-19 among humans, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Research is still being done on how easily the virus can spread from humans to animals.

Health experts advise people who contract COVID-19 to avoid touching their pets and have a relative or friend take care of them.

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