Meet this precious girl, her name is Boujie and she is super sweet. Her person had a health issue and Boujie is a youngster with too much energy for them. She is as cute as can be and such a good girl. She knows commands like sit and lay down. Boujie is 1 year old and weighs 58 pounds. She is up-to-date on vaccinations and house broken. Boujie is already microchipped, she will be spayed and heart-worm tested upon adoption. Come meet her in Run 55 using ID#630178.
Meet the darling 6 month old, 27 pound Aggie. Aggie came to the shelter as a lost girl on 06/24 and her family never came. She is hoping that she finds a new home soon – one with a family who will keep her safe. She tries to impress everyone by being very quiet in her cage and gives sweet kisses. Aggie will be spayed, microchipped and heartworm tested when adopted. She is waiting in cage 332, ID# 630122.
This darling little energetic boy is Odin. He has not had the best start in life. Found outside of an empty house in a wire crate, his owner was found and signed him over. No info was left, not even his name. He is eager to please and just hopes for a home where he is loved and cared for. At 32 pounds, he is just the right size. Odin is up-to-date on vaccinations and and will be neutered, microchipped and heartworm tested upon adoption. Stop by at kennel 835, his ID# is 630228.
Roxy was originally adopted from the rescue who currently cares for her as a puppy. 8 years later her owner died and she found herself at animal control. Luckily she was chipped and we were able to pick her up. She’s around 70lbs, loves toys, super skittish and unsure of humans. Roxy needs a very calm home, patient adopter and a huge toy box. She is quiet and easy going. She just needs that special someone to love her.
Carli is almost 12 weeks old. She’s sweet, loves toys abs has lots of energy. She is learning to potty outside. She will need more help. Her adoption fee includes puppy boosters, rabies, spay and chip.
Venus likes friendly boy dogs (hey fellas) and kiddos. Girl dogs, Bleh! No girl dogs they stress me out with their drama. I do not know if I like felines. I do not potty in the house , I like my toys and give me a treat I’ll let you rub my belly. Just being honest. My bags are packed and I’m available to crash on your couch.
If you’re an active person looking for a canine companion that can keep up, Giblet could be the girl you’ve been waiting for. This active young lab is always up for excitement and adventure. When it comes down to it, Giblet truly is a happy-go-lucky girl who is sure to make the right person just fall in love with her effervescent and outgoing personality, and she’ll give you all the kisses to seal the deal and keep you falling in love with her on a daily basis.
Roxy has the most beautiful and unique coat with lines in it that look like you ran your fingers down her back. With lots of personality, she loves chatting it up with you, as most Husky’s do, but isn’t a howler. Roxy is also laid back and loves belly rubs and her chew toys.
Stella is a two-year-old, 21-pound beagle mix. She is a friendly and gentle dog who enjoys the companionship of a human. Stella is good-natured, only occasionally barks, and always for a good reason. Stella likes a nice stroll around the neighborhood and is good with her foster dog siblings while ignoring her geriatric cat sibling. She is housebroken as long as she goes out regularly–she doesn’t like to be left alone for extended periods of time.
Jerry is the perfect match for someone who is patient & willing to work with him. Jerry is a senior beagle. We estimate around the age of 7-10 years old. He’s a beagle/basset mix so he’s a low rider with short and stumpy legs, but it just adds to his charm. Jerry would do best in a quiet, calm, & stationary household. He will have to stay on a special diet of “Hill’s Prescription Diet: Digestive Care” dog food to treat his irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).. He will need frequent access to the bathroom. Since he is an older guy, he will need an owner who is home for the majority of the day, but someone who enjoys keeping busy! Jerry absolutely LOVES other dogs. Every dog he meets is automatically a friend. He enjoys blankets, stuffed animals, crinkle toys, & SLEEPING!!
Riggs is an overall happy boy who loves just about everything and everyone. This includes cats, other dogs and children. He even tries to help out when you are doing yard work. he’s just excited to be with people. One of Rigg’s most unique qualities is that he knows sign language! His amazing fosters have taught him multiple commands in sign language. He’s a smart and obedient fella so he picked up on them very quickly.
The rescue believes him to be around 2 years old, 35 pounds and is pure love. He is house broken, neutered and up to date on all vetting. He also has had the 6 month Proheart heart worm prevention.
With the influx of animal intakes, the shelters are putting out an emergency plea to find homes for 250 pets in five days.
To help incentivize people to adopt, they are offering fee-waived adoptions on all pets from Wednesday, June 23 through Sunday, June 27. All adopted pets will also be spayed or neutered, microchipped and vaccinated.
There are currently 226 animals residing at Fulton County Animal Services and 370 animals at DeKalb County Animal Services.
“The community stepped up in a big way during the pandemic and helped us to clear the shelters during uncertain times,” Shelter Director Kerry Moyers-Horton said. “We are counting on their amazing support to help save even more lives.”
All LifeLine shelters are participating in fee-waived adoptions, including Fulton County Animal Services, 860 Marietta Blvd NW, Atlanta; DeKalb County Animal Services, 3280 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd, Chamblee; and the LifeLine Community Animal Center, 3180 Presidential Drive, Atlanta. To view animals available for adoption, for directions to the shelter and for shelter hours, please visit LifeLineAnimal.org.
Bam Bam is a fun-loving, playful guy! He may need some time to warm up to unfamiliar faces, but once he does, Bam Bam is eager to call you a friend. His temporary foster said he is potty trained, crate trained, knows sit and wait, and is fine left alone. Bam Bam loves chasing toys and romping around. A volunteer said, “Out in the yard, he engages me with cute play bows and he tries to climb in my lap when I sit on a bench. He listens well and is definitely focused on whoever is handling him.” Bam Bam would love to be your man! What do you say? CHECK OUT HIS VIDEO ON YOUTUBE
Splish, splash you can always count on Dewy to be rolling around in one of our kiddie pools, having a blast in the sunshine! Dewy is a big bundle of fun and promises to be the most loyal companion! He enjoys long walks right by your side, lots of belly rubs and is known for his hilarious zoomies. Dewy can’t wait to show off for a forever family one day soon!
Meet Payton, the smaller size brindle bundle who loves to cuddle and play. This cutie knows some basic commands and loves to explore the outside but also snuggle up or play with some toys. Payton would love a human of her very own to do all the life things with.
I’m a fun-loving, happy-all-the-time, glass-is-half-full kind of dog looking for someone who loves to laugh and play around. Must have a great sense of humor and some time to spend with me. I’m a dog on a mission to please you. Recommend children10 years and older.
This dog has special needs – they are heartworm positive. Dogs with heartworm disease can live happy, high quality lives as long as they are given appropriate care. We think that our heartworm dogs have just as much to offer their new adopters as any other dog and they deserve a chance at life! Heartworm disease is relatively common in the United States, so we are in need of caring adopters like YOU that are willing to open their home to a dog with heartworm disease. You are truly saving a life by adopting a heartworm positive dog!
All heartworm treatment expenses are the responsibility of the adopter.
Shy yet charming canine searching for a patient owner with a relaxed lifestyle. Looking for gentle guidance to help me come out of my shell. Treat me sweet and kind and I’ll blossom. Recommend children 16 years and older.
Want to get more exercise? Action is my middle name. My “Let’s go!” lifestyle will keep you motivated to get outside and move. I’ve got tons of energy; and just like the sun, I’m burning and working 24 hours a day, seven days a week. I’ll run for miles, chase a ball for hours, and still want to play at the end of the day. Recommend children 10 year and older.