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My name is Goldie!

Boxer/Chow Chow Mix Dog for adoption in Atlanta, Georgia - Goldie
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I'm being cared for by:
A Wecome Home Animal Rescue

Facts about Goldie

  • Breed: Boxer/Chow Chow Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 9892917

Goldie is a 2 1/2 year old female Boxer/Chow mix, both loving and playful doesn't know a stranger - she loves everyone! Her owner had to move back in with her mother and couldn't take Goldie with her. She really is a friend to all and is good with other dogs and also kids too. She loves to play, loves tennis balls and has a very sweet personality. Goldie loves having a fenced yard, likes to go for walks, weighs around 45 lbs, and is spayed and current on shots. She's just waiting for the right home now, is that you?  Please email jglowe33@outlook.com for more info on Goldie. METRO ATLANTA ADOPTIONS ONLY 


 

About A Wecome Home Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

A Welcome Home Animal Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit created to help the homeless, hurt and/or abandoned animals. Our end goal is to place each animal in a permanent, loving home where all their needs will be met. We believe every animal deserves humane treatment. We believe in our role as caretakers, protecting those who cannot defend themselves, speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Because we are not a shelter, do not have a boarding facility, and are not connected with any other agency, we always welcome foster homes where animals can stay temporarily. We also welcome all tax-deductible donations from individuals or foundations.
No donation is too small.

Our Adoption Process...

To Do All We Can to Aid in the Rescue, Safety and Welfare of Stray and Abandoned Animals to end as much suffering as possible.

We realize we cannot save the world … but we can try by working with each rescued animal on an individual basis.