Jinx is a sweet gal. She loves her people and wants to stay close. She is interested in playing with the resident dogs. She loves cats and was raised with one. She is house trained and crate trained. She is still trying to figure out this thing called a doggy door. More about her as we get to know her.
Age: 1-2 yrs
Weight: 51 Lb
HW Test: Positive
Meet Mr Snuggles - He is sweet as pie and gives the best snuggles. He was starved and covered in fleas and ticks. He is heart worm positive and we will update as we get to know him .
Age: 16 weeks
Weight: 20 Lb
HW Test: Negative
Hello tall people! My name is Kobe. I am a typical puppy with lots of energy to run around, chase my human and canine friends, play with all of the toys in my toy box but then drop into an exhausted sleep by my families feet or sometimes my big (foster) brother let’s me sleep in his bed. I am looking for a home that is willing to spend the time to teach my how to be their best friend. Teach me what I am supposed to do and not supposed to do with love and kindness. I just want to make you happy!
Age: 18 months
Weight: 62 Lb
HW Test: Treated
Howdy folks, Droogin here. I wanted to introduce myself all proper like so as you can get to know a little about me. I was rescued by some right nice folks when they saw I had myself caught in what you would call a quagmire. You see my first home didn’t know how to care for a puppy and did things in a way the right proper folk would not approve of. But these nice folks, their dogs didn’t like my wiggle butt, my playful nature, nor my affection for their parents and so they did the proper thing and sought help. I am a right proper young man, never met a stranger with 2 legs or 4. I am shy when meeting new people which my foster mom says is to be expected with my upbringing and all.. Meeting new canines is so exciting, it is the best thing since canned beer! Mom says I do well with meeting new dogs and have been less timid meeting them than humans. I am a good houseguest. Wouldn’t hurt a fly nor mess with things that are not mine. I know the proper place for doing my chores and respect the space of my human compatriots. I really prefer to stay right close to those humankind that take care of me with love. I do love playing with my foster sisters but I check in regularly with my humans to make sure I am safe. I do tend to be a little nervous that I might be doing things you don’t like and I really don’t want to be hit or kicked any more but like any dog, I love unconditionally!
Age: 6-7 Years
Weight: 40 Lb
HW Test: Negative
Oddy is a spunky little boxer mix who steals the heart of all he meets. He was abandoned at a high-kill shelter in Alabama with three siblings, but OBBR pulled him, and he’s been getting his much-deserved royal treatment since arriving in Georgia! He’s being treated for worms (not heart worm), will be neutered soon, and will undoubtedly wiggle his way into the perfect home soon.
Oddy has been great with a male, foster fur-sibling but also shown fence aggression with the neighboring dog who instigates. After being guided away from the fence, he learned quickly not to engage. He is intelligent and has picked up on house rules very quickly.
This sweet guy would love to be with a family who can dote on him, as he’s usually nearby waiting for your affection. He hasn’t been allowed on foster couches, but he would sure like to be your lap dog if you allow it. He is house-trained, does fine in a crate, and was well-behaved in a short period while testing free roam. He knows “sit”, “down” and is learning “stay”. He even lays down before receiving his food bowl! Like many boxers around the world, he’s very free with sweet boxer kisses. Does this sound like a fella you could love? If so, please make sure you put Oddy on your application.
Age: 1 year
Weight: 40 lbs
HW Test: Negative
Good morning beautiful world! Sweet girl here to introduce myself. I am a fun loving, energetic, toy chasing bundle of goodness! I love being outside running and chasing anything that moves! Birds. Squirrels. Chipmunks. Rabbits…well, you get the idea. It runs. I chase! It could be my full time gig if you want to sit on the porch and watch me do my thing! You can bring that distracting thing…with a screen and a mouse (can I chase that!!??) and work from the deck. The sunshine can cure depression, improve your mood and help reduce your risk of getting that nasty virus that has everyone locked inside! And I promise to bring at least one smile to your lips. I am a graceful diner and in no rush to snatch treats from hands. Boy, if I could have a toy box of sticks, balls, ice, my bed, well any toy would do fine, I am pleased as punch! I love to learn new things but I do want to be the apple of your eye. The ONLY apple. I really don’t see myself with competition to be the best thing in your life with four legs. But I learn new tricks quickly. Meeting new people isn’t always quick though. I am a slow gal to open up to new people but if you are willing to give me a few minutes to sniff out your character, I will be a light in your eyes full of love and cuddles! My foster mom is really trying to convince dad I am home (it makes my heart warm to know I am loveable). She says I am house trained – I think she means I can find which house I live at. Silly mom, of course I can smell my home! She says I am crate trained too. What is a cr ate? Is that food? I like food!. Mom says I am being silly but I AM silly! If you would like to add a ray of sunshine to your day, please let the good people at the rescue know.