Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for October 1, 2021

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Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for October 1, 2021

Big Red is a female Chihuahua mix who is available for adoption from BARC Humane Society in Valdosta, GA.

Big Red is an around five year old Chihuahua, weighing about 5 pounds. Big Red has a tiny body but a large amount of nervousness. She was found as stray and eluded Good Samaritans for about 3 weeks before they were able to catch her! She has shown a desire for affection but something in her past makes her believe that this love should be combined with a great deal of caution ? She is fine around other calmer dogs, but mostly ignores them and doesn’t engage in play. She is fine with cats. Her best fit home will be a calm and quiet environment with no small children, and a family that will take the time to help her separate love and caution. She will need a home with a secured fenced in yard.

Star is a young female Terrier mix who is available for adoption from BARC Humane Society in Valdosta, GA.

Star is an around 1-2 year old pittie mix. She is just a perfect little gal. She does well with people and other dogs but can have an initial timid streak. Often times when dogs are like this they weren’t socialized appropriately , which shows he inner strength even more because she is a lover. She is house and crate trained. Star loves to run and would do best in a home with a fenced in yard to practice her track skills. She gets along well with other dogs but takes her playing seriously and needs another playmate who can hang. Her interaction with cats are unknown.

Hodor is a male Beagle and Chihuahua mix who is available for adoption from BARC Humane Society in Valdosta, GA.

Hodor is an around four year old Beagle/Chihuahua mix. This sweet soul that has been let down by so many people and is looking for a true committed furever home. he was adopted as a puppy and recently returned to the rescue. Hodor does well with structure and consistency. He is affectionate but does need time, knowing his past we can only assume that he takes his time because he assumes he will be moved again. Hodor does well with other playful doggie friends that are his size and bigger. He seems to ignore cats. He is house and crate trained.

Hodor has recently been diagnosed with hip dysplasia and has follow up care, and possibly surgery that will need to be addressed. He is looking for a foster home that would also be interested in adopting to get him into his furever home faster.

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