Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for February 25, 2024

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Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for February 25, 2024

An annual dog parade on St Simons Island raised money for No Kill Glynn, according to The Brunswick News.

No Kill Glynn County is a nonprofit, volunteer-driven organization that works to reduce euthanasia of cats and dogs by finding them foster homes prior to them being placed permanently.

Sunday’s parade, with the theme “Viva Paws Vegas” drew about 100 people and their dogs to the neighborhood. While there, dogs walked the red carpet and performed tricks before marching in a parade around the block. Prizes were awarded for best costume, best trick and best in show.

Chandra Kendall, a volunteer with No Kill Glynn County, said the afternoon was a success.

“We had a total of 43 four-legged participants, with a lot of talent, barking and laughs from their handlers,” she said, adding that the event raised around $6,200.

To learn more about No Kill Glynn and make an online donation, please visit their website by clicking here.

A different event happening tomorrow is Georgia Animal Rescue Day. Note any familiar faces in this pic?

Tuna is a young male Plott Hound mix who is available for adoption from Glynn County Animal Services in Brunswick, GA.

Rudolph is a young male American Bulldog mix puppy who is available for adoption from Glynn County Animal Services in Brunswick, GA.

Bon Jovi is a young male Plott Hound & Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler mix who is available for adoption from Glynn County Animal Services in Brunswick, GA.

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