Adoptable Georgia Dogs for June 30, 2014


Adoptable Georgia Dogs for June 30, 2014

Red Doxie

Red is a one-year old Dachshund mix female who weighs less than 20 pounds. Red is very sweet and has an outgoing, fun-loving personality. She will be an excellent companion for any type of home; she is great with other dogs and tolerant of cats; she likes people of all ages, including kids. Red is current on shots, spayed, negative for heartworms and on prevention; she is crate trained/housebroken.

Red is available for adoption from the Humane Society of Terrell County Dawson, GA.

Cody White

Cody White is a purebred white Husky male whose previous owners left him outside alone.

Cody loves attention & bonds easily with people. He is just over 1 year old, has been neutered, vaccinated & is HW negative. He is just over a year old & is housebroken. He is truly stunning – solid white with ice blue eyes.

Cody is an alpha male that gets along with other non-alpha dogs. Once they get to know each other, he loves having a buddy to play with. In his current foster home he is best friends with a small terrier that he plays with all day long.

Cody White is available for adoption from Doggie Harmony in Atlanta, GA.


Blue is a blue-and-white American Staffordshire Terrier mix male, about one year old.

He is a gentle sweet boy who gets along with other dogs and children. He is obedient and even knows some tricks. He loves the dog park and shows no aggressive behavior. He is looking for his forever home with a loving family who knows his breed. A fence is required.

He is being listed as a courtesy by Pup & Cat Co. in Winder, Ga., from whom you can get more information about Blue.

This weekend, FurKids, Sadie’s Place, reopened to the public in Alpharetta after $400,000 in renovations.

One of the largest no-kill animal rescue shelters in the state has underwent a $400,000 renovation and has now reopened to the public.

Furkids, Sadie’s Place, 1520 Union Hill Road, which was formerly known as SmallDog Rescue, kick started the improvements with a $100,000 matching donation from Choate Construction.

The shelter handles about 600 animals a day and prior to the renovations, the 34-year-old building was falling apart, Aaron said.

In addition to Choate’s donation, General Electric donated a washer and dryer to the facility.

Aaron said the shelter is hoping for a $30,000 donation to be used for an on-site medical center.

The center would be used for spay and neuter surgeries.

Sadie’s Place welcomes anyone to volunteer at the facility.

A volunteer application and a one-hour volunteer training session, held seven times a month, is required of all volunteers.

The shelter has around 500 volunteers, some more active than others.

To learn more about FurKids, to donate, volunteer, or adopt, click here.

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