Esther is a 7 year old female. Yes, if you look closely her head is sunken in. Sadly that is the result of being kicked in the head by a horse when she was a puppy. It hasn’t affected her, she is a sweetheart, very affectionate, walks great on a leash and great with older kids.
Clementine is one of the most adorable dogs ever! SHE IS AMAZING. 1) she LOVES to play catch with tennis balls. If you don’t want to play, that’s okay with her, because she can do it ALL by herself! She throws the ball and goes to get it. It might be the cutest thing I’ve ever seen. 2) She LOVES water. When she is around one of the kiddie pools, she does this thing that I call “tempura-ing.” She flops in the pool and rolls around and then jump out and rolls around in the sand and grass and repeats this process until she is satisfied. Again, one of the most adorable things I’ve ever seen. 3) MY FAVORITE: She’s ALWAYS in a cuddly mood and when she wants you to pet her, she leans against you and relaxes her body while you pet her. Sometimes, when she’s really relaxed, she just totally falls over. 4) She thinks she’s a lap dog. Again, she’s always cuddly. So when you sit, Clementine sits with…on…you. Come meet this sweet girl! A shelter is NOT a place for a personality like this and she has been here way too many years for this wonderful personality.
George loves running in the play yard, he’s a big ole baby, very affectionate, very strong, gets along with kids and walks well on a leash.
Hall County‘s ban on tethering dogs outside will begin to be fully enforced on May 1, according to the Gainesville Times.
The ban went into effect Nov. 1, 2018, but it came with a 180-day grace period so pet owners could prepare for the new rules by getting a fence or making other arrangements for their dogs.
Mike Ledford, Hall County’s director of animal services, said the fine for violating the ordinance will be determined by the Magistrate Court.
The new ordinance was the result of a collaboration between the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia and Hall County Animal Services. The county researched other municipalities’ tethering rules while the Humane Society gathered public input through a survey and focus groups.
She is great with other dogs, cats and kids of all ages! She will be a wonderful addition to any family looking for a spunky playmate! We think she’ll weigh 15-18 lbs. when full grown, as she hasn’t grown much in the 2 months she’s been with the rescue group.
Each pup in this litter has been honored with a Native American name as unique and beautiful as they are.
Miwok means “people”. This pup has been handled daily since birth and is a “people dog”. She has a kind, gentle soul with lots of presonalilty. Miwok enjoys meeting new people, playing with other dogs, and working on learning puppy skills.
This litter of pups was born at Dolly Goodpuppy on November 30 2018.
Una means “remember” – this fuzzy, brindle beauty is simply unforgettable. She has a sweet, silly personality and can even impress you with some of her ninja-style belly crawl type moves.
Bradley is one seriously handsome hound mix. When Bradley came to Dolly Goodpuppy he had an almost embedded collar; someone had used the looped handle of a leash as a collar, put it around his neck, and TIED HIM UP! Luckily, he was found in time, brought to Dolly Goodpuppy, and we were able to remove it without surgical intervention or permanent damage to his neck – now we just need to find him the perfect forever home.
Bradley is friendly and especially loves playtime and running. Chasing his big ball makes Mr. Bradley a very, very happy dog, and expends some of his plentiful energy. Have some high-energy kids you want to tire? They could be Bradley’s perfect, new best friends. While Bradley enjoys children, due to his large size he is best suited for a family with older children.
Bradley has been living in a home, has nice manners and is housebroken but he is best suited for a home where he can be an only pet.
Duchess is a very smart girl. She is sweet and well mannered. She will sit and shake on command and she loves to play fetch.
Cinnamon is a very happy girl. She loves to play and she is looking for the perfect family. She deserves to find her happy, forever home! Can you make her dreams come true?
The Glynn County Commission will consider letting the animal control agency participate in “Clear the Shelters,” according to The Brunswick News.
“It’s an event on May 4 called ‘Emptying the Shelter.’ All dogs and cats adopted from the shelter on that day will cost a reduced fee of $25,” said Animal Control Manager Tiffani Hill.
The Bissell Pet Foundation, the organizer of the event, will award grants based on the number of pets adopted on May 4. If the commission approves the request, animal control will participate in the national event and get grant funding afterward.
According to a memo from Assistant County Manager Kathryn Downs to the commission, each adopted dog will add $100 to the grant while adopted cats increase the amount by $50.
“We want to encourage everyone the week before the event to visit the shelter and look at the pets and adopt on May 4,” Hill said.