Poco, a beautiful SUPER SWEET Flashy Bully Breed, approximately two years old, was dumped on a dirt road. He is being fostered in a Dirt Road Doggies foster home but is registered as a rescue with the Humane Society of Jackson County. Poco is very grateful he has gotten a new chance at life. He has had a tough few years. He found himself in another county shelter in Georgia a few years ago after being dumped on a dirt road where he was adopted and microchipped. Sadly that owner chose to rehome him and approximately a week after they did so, Poco was found dumped AGAIN on another rural dirt road. The previous owner was contacted but they stated they moved and couldn't keep him and that they did not know the person they allowed to adopt and dump the dog they promised to love and protect from harm. Poco has fully recovered from heartworms which was discovered after a trip to vet, is fully vetted, 55 pounds, and eagerly awaits his new forever family. He has a lot of energy and is super sweet. Due to his high energy level he will do best in a home with adults and big kids. He loves playing with dogs. He should not live with cats. The final adoption agreement and fees with be that of the JCHS. If you are interested in learning more about Poco please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The animals listed under Courtesy Posts are looking for new homes but are not available for adoption through DRDR. They are only available through arrangements with their current owners or shelters. If you are interested in any of the animals listed below, please contact the owner directly. Contact information can be found in each animal's description.
DISCLAIMER: DRDR has not met or evaluated any of the animals under Courtesy Posts unless otherwise noted. DRDR, its staff and volunteers are not responsible for these animals and makes no claim to their health, training, temperament, or other concerns. DRDR does confirm vetting history prior to posting. DRDR recommends that anyone interested in adopting one of these animals fully discuss the animal's health, history, and temperament with its current owner and obtain a temperament evaluation of the animal where appropriate.