Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for April 12, 2017


Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for April 12, 2017


Wyatt is a 5-month old male Shepherd mix puppy who is available for adoption from Mostly Mutts in Kennesaw, GA.

I’m one fun and super active puppy who just can’t wait to find my forever family to grow up with! I love all people and because I’m young and need training, I just may greet you by jumping on you. Oops, I haven’t learned not to do that yet, but with a great owner who is ready to do lots of training with me, I’ll learn all that manners stuff and more!

I love playing, am silly and oh so fun!


Judd, above and below, is an 8-year old, 46-pound senior male Shepherd and Hound mix who is available for adoption from Mostly Mutts in Kennesaw, GA.

I’m a wonderful laid back and happy natured fellow who has lived with broken and/or dislocated bones for years. My injuries are consistent with being hit by a car and never getting help for them, so my body healed the best it could.

The MM volunteers tell me I’m amazing to be such a sweet and happy dog with the pain I must live with. Since the injuries have all healed, there’s nothing a vet can do at this point, so I’ll just need to be on very inexpensive pain meds for rest of life. I really don’t let any of this get me down and I enjoy going for short walks and greet everyone I’ve met happily. What I’d love, is a wonderful home to retire in, and a loving family and a very comfortable bed.

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Diamond is a young female Pit Bull Terrier mix who is available for adoption from Shiloh Veterinary Hospital in Kennesaw, GA.

I’m a very sweet, friendly and affectionate girl! I’m also smart and curious! Once I have had some exercise I settle down and am ready for your attention. I have a great personality and would be a nice fit for a family who will commit to continuing my training. It seems I missed out on some of the normal doggie training all pups need. I have not spent much time on a leash either, but my leash training is improving everyday as the workers at Shiloh teach me. They have also taught me to ‘sit’. I am motivated by treats which will help with other training too.

I like tough chew toys and bones, and I love to play fetch – just have more than one ball handy, as I’m still learning to drop it! My potty manners have been very good. I keep my crate clean and am well-behaved while in it. I am a little too rough sometimes with other animals so I’d probably be better as your only pet.

I also love following you around and to just be near you, not in a needy way, but in an “I’ll keep you company way.”

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