All our dogs are spayed/neutered and fully vetted. Senior dogs receive extra bloodwork and we try to do dental cleanings on any dogs that need them. Most of the dogs in our care are crate-trained and cat tested. We test with kids when we can. Our process can seem involved and long - we appreciate your patience. Adopting a dog is not like buying a candy bar in the checkout lane; it should never be a last-minute decision or one that is not fully thought out.
Meet Lottie ! She's a 7-year-old beagle. Lottie came from an overcrowded metro Atlanta shelter as an owner surrender. She tipped the scales at 47lbs, but she's already down 6lbs with us! She's doing great in Beagle Boot Camp and continues to lose weight weekly. Lottie has a hyper active thyroid condition and will require medications daily for her condition. Lottie would great with the family with dogs or without dogs. She's pretty independent and would be fine in a house without a yard or an apartment. Lottie is looking for a forever family who will continue to help her with her weight loss and manage her thyroid condition. Lottie is a great, spunky girl who deserves nothing but the best!
Like what you see? Fill out our online application! We work on a first received, first approved, first adopted basis. We definitely encourage people who are interested in adopting, even if they haven't found the right dog yet, to fill out an application. Our process can take as long as two weeks (we work day jobs!) so having an already approved application speeds things up considerably when you see a dog that catches your eye.
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