Adler

Adler is a beautiful mostly black German shepherd dog. He's 6 months old. He was surrendered to a shelter because he has no manners. We are working on this. He's sweet and has a lot of potential. He's neutered, up to date on shots, heartworm negative and chipped. His adoption fee is $250. 

Gordie

The picture doesn't do Gordie justice. He's really a pretty boy. Gordie is a high gsd mix. His ears are soft and flop somewhat. He has a great personality. He loves people and does well with other dogs unless they are really pushy. Gordie was picked up as a stray by animal control. Gordie was successfully treated for heartworms and now he's ready for adoption. His adoption fee is $250. Gordie is neutered, up to date on shots, current on heartworm and flea prevention, and microchipped. 

Fred

Fred is a white German shepherd dog. He's a sweet boy. Fred has a history of terrible neglect. He's getting back to health now. He is curious and loves people. His adoption fee is $250.Fred is neutered, up to date on shots, current on heartworm and flea prevention, and microchipped. 

Pinky

Cute overload! Pinky is very social. She loves all people and all dogs, she's even good with cats. Pinky is about 6 months old. We hope you will appreciate her enthusiasm. If your life is dull, if you need puppy love, or if you have an adult dog who needs exercise, this is your dog. Her adoption fee is $250. She is spayed, microchipped, up to date on shots and current on heartworm and flea prevention. 

Joan Jett

Joan Jett is a terrier/pug mix. She is  very friendly and playful. She's dog, cat, and kid friendly.  JJ is crate trained. She's small (about 40 lbs) but sweet and affectionate. JJ is spayed, up to date on shots, microchipped and ready for her forever home.

 

Adoption fee $175.

Ghost

Ghost is a beautiful white German shepherd dog. He's about 5 years old, friendly, good with other dogs, playful. Ghost has EPI (exocrine pancreatic insufficiency) but this is easily managed by adding enzymes to his food. He's super sweet and smart. Ghost is neutered, microchipped, heartworm negative, up  to date on shots,and current on hw, and flea prevention.  He's crate trained and will easily be house trained. His adoption fee is $250.

Obi

Obi is a work in progress. He will be ready for adoption by May. When we got him he was almost all scabs and oozing sores from mange and secondary skin infections. His skin is looking much better. He's still thin. Not only does he have skin issues but apparently he was hit by a car a while back as his hips were crushed and his font legs are turned out and show fractures. We are doing all we can to help him heal. He's a sweet, loving boy and loves attention. He is good with other dogs. We don't know about cats yet. 

 

His adoption fee is $250. He's neutered, up to date on shots. current on heartworm and flea prevention, and microchipped.

Anastasia

She's small but has a big personality. We think there is some gsd here with Anastasia but clearly another breed or two.  She loves attention. She has nice manners and loves other dogs. Her best friend is Foxy. When we pulled her from the shelter she had 2 puppies (about 48 hours old) they died of aspiration/lung issues.

 

Her adoption fee is $175. She is spayed, up to date on shots. current on heartworm and flea prevention, and microchipped. She's cute as a button and will be a wonderful companion for you.

Peyton

Peyton has been in our rescue since last June. Our volunteer pulled him from a shelter in Columbus, GA literally, just as he was being taken to be euthanized. The shelter was too crowded and old sick dogs go first.

It's evident that Peyton has led a rough life. His ear tips are notched (from biting flies), he was very thin, and had several health issues. Peyton was heartworm positive, had many cysts on his back and hips, and had a bad ear and skin infection.

Since Peyton has been in rescue he was successfully treated for heartworms. The cysts were removed and they were benign. His skin and fur is now healthy and beautiful. He is now a healthy weight and fortunately he seems sound in his hips.

Peyton spent a short time in two foster homes but neither was a good fit for him. Each time Peyton reacted badly and bit another dog.

Since August, Peyton has been in my home without incident. Maybe he feels much better. However, I believe Peyton needs time to adjust to a new setting and new dogs. I was able to keep him separated from my pack with a child’s gate for two months. That way he was able to get to know my dogs gradually and learned to trust the dogs and his foster parents. Now Peyton plays with my dogs. He adores my 6 year old female and wrestles and runs zoomies with my 7 month- old male pup.

I can also kennel him or leave him in the fenced yard with Korra or puppy Argos. I’ve also seen Argos share a food bowl with Peyton. He does not have barrier or food aggression and ignores any new dog. Andddddd he’s good with my cat, even if she runs.

There was a long time I didn’t think Peyton was adoptable, but now, since his health conditions have been resolved and he is now more social dog I believe he will a great companion. We initially thought Peyton was 9 or 10 years, but he seems to have gotten much younger.

As with most older dogs, he doesn’t chew, dig, or tear stuff up. He loves to be inside and seems to want a safe, calm, and comfortable place to nap. Peyton may have slight loss of sight or hearing. Sometimes he seems startled but doesn’t react badly with it. He still shys away if you reach for his collar or to pet him around his head. If you are thinking of adopting him we suggest for the first week keeping him on a tether (hooked to the adopter). Tethering will help him with house training. In a new home he is likely to urinate inside until he learns where the door is and how to ask to go out. This technique is best for any dog that is transitioned into a new home.

 

Peyton is a tall, big boned gsd. He’s 85 to 90 pounds, a good weight for him. He has a voracious appetite. He was probably hungry for much of his life. If you are looking for a big, calm, loving companion this might be your boy. Please consider adopting an older dog. They have a beauty and wisdom rarely found anywhere else.

His adoption fee is $250. He's neutered, up to date on shots. current on heartworm and flea prevention, and microchipped.

Foxy

Foxy is not a gsd. She's small and social. She's a very happy dog. She is house trained and crate trained. Foxy was recently treated for heartworms and doing well. She lives in a foster home with several dogs.

 

Her adoption fee is $250. She's spayed, up to date on shots. current on heartworm and flea prevention, and microchipped.

Sheena

Sheena is back in rescue. She was too energetic for her adopter. She loves to play ball and will even play by herself. She's crate trained and house trained. Sheena does ok with some dogs, other dogs find her too energetic. She would probably do best as an only pet. Sheena is 4 years old and healthy.

 

Her adoption fee is $250. She's spayed, up to date on shots. current on heartworm and flea prevention, and microchipped.

Trooper

Trooper is a young dog (less than a year) with a lot of personality. He loves his ball almost as much as he loves food. He's a very sweet, but busy boy. He's fine with other dogs and cats. Trooper has a condition called EPI (exocrine pancreatic insufficiency). His pancreas cannot produce the enzymes to digest his food. This condition is  easy to manage by adding enzymes to his meals. He is neutered, up to date on shots, current on heartworm and flea prevention.

 

His adoption fee is $250.  

Jinx

Meet Jinx. She's another new girl. She's about 5 months old. She's sweet and good with other dogs and cats.  Jinx is a sweet dog and a real cuddler. She's very underweight. Jinx needs a couple of months to build her strength. Jinx has Mega E which is a condition where her esophagus doesn't close correctly to keep her food in her stomach. She had surgery in June to help  correct it. The surgery helped her, but she still needs a soft diet (canned food or pulverized kibble) She will be ready for adoption by the end of July. She is spayed, up to date on shots, current on heartworm and flea prevention.

 

Her adoption fee is $250.  

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