Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for June 7, 2024

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Adoptable (Official) Georgia Dogs for June 7, 2024

River is a 2-year old female Hound mix who is available for adoption from the Carroll County Animal Shelter in Carrollton, GA.

River is a 1 year old Hound mix who came in with her sister, Creek. River is a little shy at first, but she warms up with patience and treats! River is a little more outgoing than her sister, but she still needs a little time to learn to trust new people. River has been outside most of her life, but she is young enough to learn to be inside if that is what her new family would prefer. River is a good medium sized dog, standing right about knee high and weighing about 45 lbs. She likes head scratches and does not seem to mind other dogs, but we always suggest a meet-n-greet if you have other dogs in the home. River and Creek would be happy to find a home together but are also available for adoption separately.

Creek is a year-old female Hound mix who is available for adoption from the Carroll County Animal Shelter in Carrollton, GA.

Creek is a 1 year old Hound mix who came in with her sister, River. Creek is a little shy at first, but she warms up with patience and treats! Creek is a very beautiful dark brindle color with warm, caramel colored eyes! Creek has been outside most of her life, but she is young enough to learn to be inside if that is what her new family would prefer. Creek is a good medium sized dog, standing right about knee high and weighing about 45 lbs. She likes belly rubs and does not seem to mind other dogs, but we always suggest a meet-n-greet if you have other dogs in the home. River and Creek would be happy to find a home together but are also available for adoption separately.

Cinnamon is a 2-year old female Hound mix who is available for adoption from the Carroll County Animal Shelter in Carrollton, GA.

Cinnamon is a 2 year old Hound mix who is super, super sweet, like her name suggests! Cinnamon was adopted from a different shelter in the fall of 2023. Her owners surrendered her to us stating that she was dog reactive. Since she has been here, the staff has not seen any dog reactivity and her previous shelter did not notate that either. However, she could be territorial in a home, so we do advise that she go to a dog only home to be safe OR we at least will require a meet-n-greet with the other dogs in the home. Cinnamon walks well on a leash, smiles big for her friends, and is mostly well-mannered.

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