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My name is Baron!
I'm being cared for by
Southern Comfort Animal Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Meet the Pet

Adoption application
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Facts about me

Breed
American Bulldog
Color
Black - with White
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
18197556-Baron

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

***Baron is currently at one of our foster homes in Georgia. He is available for adoption both in the Georgia and New Jersey areas with transportation to the north covered. To apply for the adoption of Baron, please first submit an application at socorescue.com. Questions about Baron and/or our adoption policy should be directed to socorescue8@gmail.com. Please do not call the number listed for SoCo as the staff in Georgia stays very busy and is unable to field calls at this time.***

Like a death row inmate awaiting the call from the Governor, Baron was really praying that his stay of execution would also come in time. He was locked up at the Laurens Co Animal Control and out of "time" in which to have a licensed rescue pull him. A few days earlier, Baron met a nice man who came and took other dogs out of the troubled animal control, even stopped to speak with Baron. And while this man promised to come back for him, Baron was beginning to believe the man had forgotten him. But then Baron heard a familiar voice call out to him and say "See, I told you I was coming back for you!" Standing there before him was the same nice man he'd met a few days earlier and he was carrying a leash. Baron's stay of execution came through just in the nick of time.

Baron learned that this man was named Scott and he was with a dog rescue called SoCo Rescue. Baron didn't fully understand what all that meant, but he sure was happy to be out of that animal control an n the SoCo Rescue bus. 

Baron's first stop was to see a vet where he was tested for heartworms, which his test results came back negative, and he received a bevy of vaccinations,  de-wormers and other things that didn't taste real good but were very good for him. From there, Mr. Scott took him to a foster home where he's been since. During that time Baron was also neutered and has been kept on his monthly preventatives. He's also proven to be very friendly to people and other dogs, even getting along great with his foster family's older dog. Baron has also displayed some house training experience but may need additional training once in his new home. There's no doubt that Baron will make a great family companion.

To apply for the adoption of Baron, please submit an application at socorescue.com. If chosen to adopt Baron, a SoCo team member will contact you ASAP. 



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July 31, 2022, 9:07 am

***Baron is currently at one of our foster homes in Georgia. He is available for adoption both in the Georgia and New Jersey areas with transportation to the north covered. To apply for the adoption of Baron, please first submit an application at socorescue.com. Questions about Baron and/or our adoption policy should be directed to socorescue8@gmail.com. Please do not call the number listed for SoCo as the staff in Georgia stays very busy and is unable to field calls at this time.***

Like a death row inmate awaiting the call from the Governor, Baron was really praying that his stay of execution would also come in time. He was locked up at the Laurens Co Animal Control and out of "time" in which to have a licensed rescue pull him. A few days earlier, Baron met a nice man who came and took other dogs out of the troubled animal control, even stopped to speak with Baron. And while this man promised to come back for him, Baron was beginning to believe the man had forgotten him. But then Baron heard a familiar voice call out to him and say "See, I told you I was coming back for you!" Standing there before him was the same nice man he'd met a few days earlier and he was carrying a leash. Baron's stay of execution came through just in the nick of time.

Baron learned that this man was named Scott and he was with a dog rescue called SoCo Rescue. Baron didn't fully understand what all that meant, but he sure was happy to be out of that animal control an n the SoCo Rescue bus. 

Baron's first stop was to see a vet where he was tested for heartworms, which his test results came back negative, and he received a bevy of vaccinations,  de-wormers and other things that didn't taste real good but were very good for him. From there, Mr. Scott took him to a foster home where he's been since. During that time Baron was also neutered and has been kept on his monthly preventatives. He's also proven to be very friendly to people and other dogs, even getting along great with his foster family's older dog. Baron has also displayed some house training experience but may need additional training once in his new home. There's no doubt that Baron will make a great family companion.

To apply for the adoption of Baron, please submit an application at socorescue.com. If chosen to adopt Baron, a SoCo team member will contact you ASAP. 



Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.
July 31, 2022, 9:07 am
Rescue

Southern Comfort Animal Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
18197556-Baron
Contact
Address
Glenwood, GA 30428

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

An application must be submitted prior to meeting our dogs. After your app has been approved, we will set an appointment to meet

2.

Interview

Phone/In Person interview conducted.

3.

Meet the Pet

An appointment to meet the dog(s) is set. A home visit is required. If all goes well at the meeting then the adoption will be finalized.

Additional adoption info

A number of our dogs/puppies may not be listed for adoption as they may be going through their vaccination/assessment period. We encourage people to give as much information about what they're looking for in a new pet as possible. Chances are, we may have what you're looking for.
A number of our dogs/puppies may not be listed for adoption as they may be going through their vaccination/assessment period. We encourage people to give as much information about what they're looking for in a new pet as possible. Chances are, we may have what you're looking for.

Go meet their pets

Our facility isn't set up for "open" visitations; in keeping the safety of both our dogs and potential adopters safe, we require that an appointment be made prior to allowing visitors inside our building. If you think your lost pet may be at our shelter, please contact Scott at 912-423-0145 If you have any photos of your lost pet, feel free to send them, along with detailed info of that pet, to socorescue@yahoo.com, ATTN: Scott
Our facility isn't set up for "open" visitations; in keeping the safety of both our dogs and potential adopters safe, we require that an appointment be made prior to allowing visitors inside our building. If you think your lost pet may be at our shelter, please contact Scott at 912-423-0145 If you have any photos of your lost pet, feel free to send them, along with detailed info of that pet, to socorescue@yahoo.com, ATTN: Scott

More about this rescue

"SoCo Rescue" is a registered 501(c)3 organization with a valid GA Dept of Agriculture Rescue license. Our mission is to provide a safe haven for those animals that we take in and work diligently to place them into the right home. While we house only dogs at our facility, we do work with other groups that have cats available for adoption. We try to help any animal in need, regardless of it's species We fully support the "No Kill" philosophy.
"SoCo Rescue" is a registered 501(c)3 organization with a valid GA Dept of Agriculture Rescue license. Our mission is to provide a safe haven for those animals that we take in and work diligently to place them into the right home. While we house only dogs at our facility, we do work with other groups that have cats available for adoption. We try to help any animal in need, regardless of it's species We fully support the "No Kill" philosophy.