Adoptable Georgia Dogs for May 11, 2015

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Adoptable Georgia Dogs for May 11, 2015

Snowbird

This is Snowbird, a young female Labrador Retriever/American Bulldog mix. She is housebroken and crate trained. Loves to cuddle but extremely submissive to male people. When she is inside she just wants to cuddle but outside she enjoys running and hiking. Will happily run next to golf cart, horse, or four wheeler.

Does fine with horses and dogs of all sizes. Birds, cats and other small animals if it runs she will chase. If not corrected possibly kill longer the chase. Enjoys playing with dogs but is not obsessive has yet to meet a dog she can’t make a friend.

Does well off leash, is food motivated. Is trained with vibrating collar. If she doesn’t understand she will just lay at your feet and play dead.

Snowbird is available for adoption from Georgia Canine Rescue and Rehabilitation in Cochran, GA.

Pearl

Pearl is a young Labrador Retriever and Shepherd mix, a very sweet girl about 6 months old. She is good with other dogs and never meets a stranger. She is a lab/shepherd mix. If interested in bringing this beauty home please contact her rescue group at pittieprotector@yahoo.com.

Pearl is available for adoption from Georgia Canine Rescue and Rehabilitation in Cochran, GA.

Jaxon

Jaxon is a 5-6 month old male Jack Russell Terrier mix. He is super sweet and good with other dogs! If interested please contact his rescue group at pittieprotector@yahoo.com and/or 478-271-4277

Jaxon is available for adoption from Georgia Canine Rescue and Rehabilitation in Cochran, GA.

Golden Retrievers Imported from Turkey

Adopt A Golden Atlanta has rescued 36 purebred Golden Retrievers from Turkey in what is called the largest-ever  purebred rescue across borders.

Multiple news outlets report the Adopt a Golden organization helped bring 36 purebred golden retrievers from Istanbul, Turkey, to Alpharetta in the largest international golden rescue ever Saturday.

The dogs arrived at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport late Saturday night after a 12-hour flight and seven-hour layover and were taken to Pet Lodge pet resort.

Each dog was abandoned by its owner when the golden retriever, once a status symbol for Turkey, stopped being popular.

The dogs have never heard English and have their own interpreter. They will be available for adoption in early June after an adjustment period.

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