Toddy is becoming a hit around here. Here are a couple of things our staff said, “Toddy is the sweetest, greatest boy around. When I first met him, he was a little shy but soon we were old friends. Once he is comfortable around someone Toddy is quite affectionate and playful. Great on a leash and listens to commands well.” AND “I think Toddy is VERY housetrained. He started out nervous, warmed up a bit, licked my hand and played a little fetch.” We bet he knows lots of good dog stuff we haven’t learned yet. Check him out.
Dewy is here at the shelter and doing great with his manners. He’s a bit of a ham and even learned “play dead.” In the warm weather, you can always count on Dewy to be rolling around in one of our kiddie pools, having a blast in the sunshine! Dewy is a big bundle of fun and promises to be the most loyal companion! He enjoys long walks right by your side, lots of belly rubs and is known for his hilarious zoomies. Go ahead and reach out to our adoptions team to find out more about this big handsome guy.
Maybelle is a year-old, 46-pound adult female mixed breed large dog who is available for adoption from the DeKalb County Animal Shelter in Chamblee, GA. She is currently in foster, so you might have to make an appointment for a meet-and-greet.
Maybelle’s foster parents say she’s learning quickly and is already so trusting and affectionate. She loves to follow her people around the house and has even started asking for belly rubs. She was almost immediately house trained, comes when called, and has already learned a few tricks – like sitting for her dinner! She loves to fetch her tennis ball and great with her foster siblings. She’s done well with dogs, cats, and chickens too. Her foster parents say that, overall, she’s an easy-going housemate who is blossoming into a wonderful pup!
Avery is a 6-year old, 61-pound adult female mixed breed large dog who is available for adoption from the DeKalb County Animal Shelter in Chamblee, GA. She is in a foster home and you may need to make an appointment to meet her.
– easy to leash and take out of her kennel.
– wagging her tail with a calm demeanor.
– she goes to the bathroom outside (HOUSETRAINED?)
– pull a bit on the leash but also checks in with you and listens
– knows sit and paw and loves treats so she’ll continue to train
Just look at the pretty girl! Come meet Avery today.