Anne is the sister to Buckle! These two girls were born on the same day and have been inseparable since. Anne is a sweet and easy-going dog, she loves to go on walks and be loved on. Since she is so easy-going, she is a wonderful dog but needs a home without small children since they can startle her due to her hearing and vision issues. Anne needs to be adopted with Buckle because of her slight hearing and vision issues and depends on Buckle.
Kirby is a GREAT dog! He’s a happy, good-natured boy who’s well-behaved and likes to please. He’s very good about sitting for treats, coming when called, and responding to correction. He’s a lovebug who soaks up all the lovin’ you can give him but also likes to play. Kirby makes me smile, and I bet he’ll make you smile, too!
Hopper is a smart guy! He is completely house trained and has impressed his foster mom with no accidents! Hopper loves people – from new friends to those he’s known forever. He LOVES attention and can be a bit needy when he really wants it from you.
Annie is a fun-loving pup with a sassy attitude. Like most pups, she’s still exploring her personality, and she’s still discovering what this world has to offer. Because of that, she can be molded into just about anything you’d like her to be! With proper socialization, she should be good with kids, dogs, cats, and any other animals that you’d like – you just have to invest in her!
When Bojack first came to ACR he needed an amputation due to an old, poorly healed, leg injury that was causing him a lot of pain but now that he has recovered, he’s got a bright future ahead of him despite the many adventures (and misadventures) that lead him to us. Because dog pals make Bo so much more comfortable, we are requiring that Bojack go to a home with another dog (or more!).
On a recent outing, Fabian was great in the car and he enjoyed a short hike and then a long cuddle in a grassy field. He’ll be your best friend if you bring him some toys and a treat! He leans right into you for pets, even flopping over for a belly rub or two! He also knows “sit” and is house trained. Fabian would love to be your play sidekick and cuddle buddy.
One of his volunteer fans said “This goofy boy is almost 3 yrs old and dog friendly.” His original name was Grasshopper because he hops around when he’s outside on adventures…. he’s now 105 lbs and not nearly as hoppy 😳. He’s crate trained, loves toys and is looking for that special person to help him be the best boy ever. Could that be you?
Blaze has become a volunteer favorite. He’s a sensitive guy who has learned that people are a good thing in his world. Here is what they say, “His face is so adorable on his plump little body. He knows sit, absolutely loves treats, and toys, rolls around the yard and is a really cute, fun dog. On walks, Blaze is a man on a mission and goes straight ahead with his walking quest with minimal distractions. After some playtime, Blaze will readily curl up against you for cuddles and will give you tiny little kisses.”
Two Candler County deputies saved a family’s dogs from a home fire, according to WTOC.
Bodycam video captured how they sprang into action and risked burns themselves to save the pets. The deputies who made the rescue on Harper Road say they’ve never had one like this, but they have to be ready for anything at a moment’s notice.
One of them grabbed a pair of bolt cutters from the fire fighters. Both had to navigate around everything in the back yard. But they felt the heat more as they got closer.
“I was like “if I’m hot this far away, these two dogs have to be cooking alive,” said Dep. Elliot Coursey with Candler Co. Sheriff’s Office.
Coursey unbuckled one dog’s collar. O’Brien freed the other from a wire crate. You can see him struggle with the hot metal wiring. Both say they’ve gotten community praise since the sheriff’s office posted the video to social media.
“We deal with fires. We deal with dog calls daily. But the two together, not.”
According to deputies, the owners surrendered the dogs to foster care. They’re being treated and are on the mend.
Hi, my name is Gus! I had a home, but my family had too many dogs and some health challenges, so I worked my way to Mostly Mutts and am on my way to finding a new family to love, perhaps it’s you? I am a friendly guy who is still a bit shy and sometimes scared of new things, but I’m coming along well and think I’d really enjoy a quieter type of home to let my ears down – lol. I enjoy soaking up love and affection from my people.
I was adopted as a puppy and my family loved me very much, but they are having an ongoing family medical situation that keeps them away from home too much to be able to meet my needs, so I’m back with Mostly Mutts looking for a new family to love.
Pumpkin is a friendly and affectionate dog who absolutely loves to snuggle. She has a huge smile that always reaches her expressive eyes, and she adores attention and being pet, as well as relaxing in sunny spots with her human.
Thomas is a very friendly and overall happy dog that would do best with an active owner who could allow him to use all of his energy. As you can see in his photos, Thomas always has a smile on his face. He is affectionate and his presence is a definite mood lifter!