Adoptable Georgia Dogs for June 3, 2016

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Adoptable Georgia Dogs for June 3, 2016

Caboodle

Caboodle is a young female Australian Shepherd & Catahoula Leopard Dog Mix who is available for adoption from Heart of Georgia Humane Society in Macon, GA.

She doesn’t run like a normal dog as a result of a couple accidents, but she loves to herd the other dogs and play. She is spayed, up to date on shots and heartworm negative.

Stormy

Stormy is a small adult male Beagle mix who is available for adoption from Heart of Georgia Humane Society in Macon, GA.

Stormy is a sweet older guy who has had a rough life so far. He was loved dearly by a man who could no longer keep him, his next owner wanted him to hunt and Stormy wouldn’t even when the man starved him! Because of the starvation, Stormy has lost most of his teeth but he can still eat regular dry dog food. He is perfectly housetrained and quiet for a beagle. He gets along with most other dogs and cats and adores kids.

Smuckers

Smuckers is a 2-year old, 45-pound female listed as a Lab mix, but I think more likely a hound, who is available for adoption from Heart of Georgia Humane Society in Macon, GA.

Smuckers has grown up in foster care and really wants to know what having a family of her own in like. She is 2 years old and about 45 lbs. She is shy about meeting new people and would do best with a confident doggy friend to help her come out of her shell in a new environment. She is crate trained. She is spayed, up to date on shots and has been on heart-worm prevention since she joined the rescue group at 7 weeks old.

Motley

Motley is a young male Pointer and Border Collie mix who is available for adoption from Heart of Georgia Humane Society in Macon, GA.

Mötley is a fun playful young pup. He will always keep you on your toes but you’ll be greeted with such a happy smile that it’ll seem like no work at all. He loves kids, needs a backyard, is crate trained and gets along with other dogs.

Unfortunately, the Clayton County Animal Control Shelter in Jonesboro is overcrowded and on Tuesday a number of dogs will be put down in order to make space. The following dogs are among the most urgent.

Acorn Clayton

The dog above, called “Acorn,” or #161331 reminds me of our senior dog Roxy, who died in October. I’ll sponsor her adoption fee if anyone can help her. She’s 4-6 years old. Click the photo below to learn more about the last chance dogs at Clayton County.

Clayton Urgent

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