My name is Goose!

Vizsla Mix Dog for adoption in Dawson, Georgia - Goose
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Humane Society of Terrell County

Facts about Goose

  • Breed: Vizsla Mix
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: ps_81233835

Goose is a 1 year old vizsla mix who was found by a good samaritan almost dead in a ditch having been shot at close range in one of his front legs. The good samaritan called animal control who picked him up and brought him to us.  He had lost a lot of blood and it is a miracle he was still alive.  His leg was severly mangled and infection had started to settle in so our vet had no choice but to amputate it to save his life.  Goose has adapted very well to life on three legs-he runs and plays quite well!  After receiving all the necessary medical care he needed to return to a healthy state, he is now ready to be adopted.  Goose is very friendly and outgoing-a true testament that dogs are forever forgiving creatures.  He loves to go for walks and never meets a stranger.  He is good with other dogs as long as he is monitored around food and treat time (he was almost starving to death and very skinny when he was rescued so it is not surprising that he cherishes food).  He also likes children, untested with cats.  Goose is current on vaccines, on heartworm prevention, crate trained and neutered.  All he needs now is a new home to call his own.  To submit an adoption application for Goose, you may visit our website at

Adoption fee is $85 which includes all vet work

If you have never adopted from us before, we prescreen all applicants prior to a meeting.  You may submit an adoption application at 


About Humane Society of Terrell County

About Our Rescue Group...

The Humane Society of Terrell County (HSTC) is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a registered mailing address in Dawson, GA. We DO NOT have a shelter. We are an all volunteer based rescue operating as a network of foster homes that care for pets in our homes until they can be adopted into loving homes.

HSTC is always in need of donations, volunteers and foster homes. You can find out more about our rescue, our pets and ways you can help by visiting our website at Our telephone number is voice-mail only and is checked several times per week. Email is the best way to contact us. You can always message us through our website as well.

Come Meet Our Pets...

HSTC partners with the local PetSmart store in Albany Georgia in adopting our cats into permanent homes. We rotate our cats every two weeks to keep them from getting too bored or stressed while in the adoption center. Our foster homes are happy to work with anyone that would like information on any of our cats that are not currently in rotation and housed at the PetSmart adoption center. Please do not hesitate to email us for information on how to meet your new best friend!

HSTC holds small adoption events at PetSmart in Albany, GA on the first and third weekends of each month where you can meet some of our dogs available for adoption. PetSmart Charities holds national adoption events during the months of February, May, September and November and HSTC participates in each of these national events. HSTC does not hold our normal first and third weekend events during the months of the national adoption events. We are happy to schedule a meet and greet with potential adopters who would like to meet particular dogs once an application is approved.

Our Adoption Process...

The adoption fee for dogs is $85 and cats $75 (we will discount if more than one pet is adopted at the same time or the adoptee is taking on some type of medical care). We do allow out-of-state adoptions, however, transportation is the responsibility of the adopter.

We require a completed adoption application with a vet reference provided. We screen all applications prior to a meet and greet and we will call your vet to verify your information. Adoption applications are approved on a case-by-case basis, taking into consideration matching the needs of the pet to an owner. Some long distance adoptions may also require a home visit from a local animal rescuer in the adopter’s area.

HSTC is an all volunteer organization - we have no paid staff and we DO NOT have a shelter. The majority of our pets are in individual foster homes with fosters who work full time jobs - some of our dogs are in boarding at one of our vet's offices. We make every effort to respond to questions and make contact on applications within 24-48 hours of receiving them. Please be patient with us.