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My name is Branna!
I'm being cared for by
Peach County Animal Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Meet the Pet

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Rottweiler/Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Color
Black - with White
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 64 lbs
Sex
Female
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small red x Not good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Name: Branna
Branna would do best as an only pet
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier/German Shepherd/Rottie Mix
Age: 8 years old (as of 2022)
Heartworm Status: Negative

She is a Blue Pitbull Terrier/German Shepherd/Rottweiler Mix. This is confirmed because we were able to see both of her parents. She is very friendly, adventurous and LOVES any sort of affection. Branna would make a great family dog and an excellent buddy. She is a princess and wants to find just the right family that appreciates her and sees her as the center of their universe.

She's a big fan of chasing tennis balls and toys, and she's all about sitting on your foot when things are slow. Branna is very eager to please and loves people very much. She would be the perfect family dog to a family or person looking for only one pet and would give her whole heart to them without reservation.

She is obedient and is downright cuddly when a lap presents itself. She is a good companion dog and such a goofball. She's playful and goofy and gentle and fun loving with folks.

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Peach County Animal Rescue is a rescue located in Fort Valley, GA. Our adoption fees range from $250-350+. Although our rescue dogs share a common bond with one another, no rescue story is the same (even when similar). Vetting costs vary depending on their health conditions. For us, it is never about the money. We are a non-profit. Thank you for your love and support! All of our dogs are fully vetted: up-to-date on annual shots, spayed/neutered and microchipped with a lifetime registration. We look forward to hearing from you!

If you would like to send in an application for this dog, please use the link below! https://peachcountyanimalrescueandrehabilitation.org/apply-now-2/
Name: Branna
Branna would do best as an only pet
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier/German Shepherd/Rottie Mix
Age: 8 years old (as of 2022)
Heartworm Status: Negative

She is a Blue Pitbull Terrier/German Shepherd/Rottweiler Mix. This is confirmed because we were able to see both of her parents. She is very friendly, adventurous and LOVES any sort of affection. Branna would make a great family dog and an excellent buddy. She is a princess and wants to find just the right family that appreciates her and sees her as the center of their universe.

She's a big fan of chasing tennis balls and toys, and she's all about sitting on your foot when things are slow. Branna is very eager to please and loves people very much. She would be the perfect family dog to a family or person looking for only one pet and would give her whole heart to them without reservation.

She is obedient and is downright cuddly when a lap presents itself. She is a good companion dog and such a goofball. She's playful and goofy and gentle and fun loving with folks.

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Peach County Animal Rescue is a rescue located in Fort Valley, GA. Our adoption fees range from $250-350+. Although our rescue dogs share a common bond with one another, no rescue story is the same (even when similar). Vetting costs vary depending on their health conditions. For us, it is never about the money. We are a non-profit. Thank you for your love and support! All of our dogs are fully vetted: up-to-date on annual shots, spayed/neutered and microchipped with a lifetime registration. We look forward to hearing from you!

If you would like to send in an application for this dog, please use the link below! https://peachcountyanimalrescueandrehabilitation.org/apply-now-2/
Rescue

Peach County Animal Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
Savannah, GA 31419
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Our application can be found at: https://peachcountyanimalrescueandrehabilitation.org/ It can also be emailed at your request.

2.

Meet the Pet

Applications process within five days, after which you will be emailed to set up an appointment to meet the dog of your choice!

Additional adoption info

Our adoption fees range from $175 - $250+. If you are interested in an animal please complete the adoption application. It can be emailed. Please call to schedule a appointment to meet the animal you are interested in. ADOPTION APPLICATION: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fg3vqCtAKl4OKTlZRMrLiPWyX5nCf7jldHGws8tiKjU/pub
Our adoption fees range from $175 - $250+. If you are interested in an animal please complete the adoption application. It can be emailed. Please call to schedule a appointment to meet the animal you are interested in. ADOPTION APPLICATION: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fg3vqCtAKl4OKTlZRMrLiPWyX5nCf7jldHGws8tiKjU/pub

Go meet their pets

We make appointments 10am - 7pm, 7 days a week. Our facility is not open to the public. Meet and greets are scheduled upon application approval to come to our location.This is done for the welfare and safety of our dogs.
We make appointments 10am - 7pm, 7 days a week. Our facility is not open to the public. Meet and greets are scheduled upon application approval to come to our location.This is done for the welfare and safety of our dogs.

More about this rescue

Peach County Animal Rescue (Fort Valley, GA) is a rescue group created to help lower the overpopulation of canines in our area. We also pull dogs from the local shelters. We have saved and re-homed thousands of dogs since October, 2009 (est.). Peach County does not have animal control, therefore the overpopulation of neglected animals is on a rise.
Peach County Animal Rescue (Fort Valley, GA) is a rescue group created to help lower the overpopulation of canines in our area. We also pull dogs from the local shelters. We have saved and re-homed thousands of dogs since October, 2009 (est.). Peach County does not have animal control, therefore the overpopulation of neglected animals is on a rise.