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We'll also keep you updated on Winona's adoption status with email updates.
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Winona

Shepherd (Unknown Type) Australian Shepherd

Female, Young
Kennesaw, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
READY FOR ADVENTURE:  Approx. 2 years old / Approx. 41 lbs. Email Winona's friend Kelley to ask about her: Kelley@mostlymutt.org Are you looking for a new personal trainer? Winona is your girl! She adores hiking, playing in the water and car rides. Winona is a 2-year-old with the heart of a puppy and the skills of a grown-up dog. She is a proud graduate of Mostly Mutts University. She has excellent grasp of her basic obedience commands and then some… As you would expect from such an educated girl, her potty manners are quite good. Do you like to go places? So does Winona. She lies down quietly during a car ride but has lots of get up and go when you get there. Do you have a dog at home who can handle an exuberant player? Let’s meet. Do you have sturdy kids who need some pitching practice? Winona is a pro at fetch. This is a girl who must be kept active and engaged. Do you love your cats? Well, Winona might not be the best roommate for your felines. Winona comes with free training for the rest of her life at our Mostly Mutts University Training facility. Save money on that gym membership and come meet Winona.July 21, 2024, 10:20 am
We'll also keep you updated on Nitro's adoption status with email updates.
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Nitro

Jack Russell Terrier

Male, Senior
Kennesaw, GA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
LOOKING FOR LOVE:  Approx. 12 years old / Approx. 19 lbs.  Hi, I’m Nitro!  My foster says that I’m a sweet and loyal senior companion who has the cutest white eyebrows and brown Yoda ears, a wiggle butt with an adorable nub tail, and a happy, curious, and silly personality. I was adopted for about 3 years but came back to Mostly Mutts due to being protective of my mom and biting the grandson. I don’t really recall the circumstances of that, but I have not shown that behavior in my foster home and my foster will be happy to talk to you about how great I’m doing in their home.  • OTHER DOGS/CATS/KIDS:  I have previously wanted to be an only dog as I showed resource guarding, but in my foster home I’m living with 2 larger dogs, and I’ve done just fine with them after a proper introduction.  I am mostly disinterested in them and don't want to play, but we coexist and go for walks together well, etc. So, if you have a dog that sounds like this, we could meet and see how we do together.  I also don’t react to them on walks, I’m quite indifferent to seeing them from afar.  / No cats please. / No kids please due to the bite in my former home. • PERSONALITY/ENERGY LEVEL:  I’m very devoted, loving, and sweet to my people! I’ll do best in a home where there are not too many new people coming and going because it can take a little bit for me to warm up to new folks. But once I trust you, I will nudge you to keep petting me if you stop, climb into your lap to kiss your face, and follow you everywhere around the house. I am a huge lovebug!  When I lived at the MM shelter, I was very overwhelmed/stressed with the number of people I was exposed to each day, so I had a few favorite people and there were a few bites when others came up to us suddenly.  Again, I haven’t shown any of this in my foster home. / My energy level is around a 5 - 6, especially if there is food involved! I get SO excited for food and will perk up my ears, do my tippy-tappy dance, and wiggle my entire behind whenever I hear the slightest crinkle of any bag, so cute!                           • SKILLS/CRATE/POTTY:  I am very food motivated which is great for training. I’m an expert at sitting, and I will offer a sit to you anytime I think you have treats. I will come when you shake a bag of treats. My foster mom is working with me on not jumping up and other commands like stay, etc. When I lived at the shelter, I knew more commands, but I’m happy with the ones I remember now and if you would like to work on more with me, we can do that. / I've not loved the crate in the past, but I do great in a secure pen or a small room when you need to leave me alone. / I have good potty manners in my foster home on a schedule. During the day I can hold it for up to 4 hours, and then at night I hold it all night for 8 hours!    • LIKES/DISLIKES:  My two favorite things are eating food and being petted by my people. I also love walks (keep them shorter in the summer heat please), bones, car rides, and fuzzy blankets! I enjoy looking out windows and rolling around in the grass outside too. I have a great nose and love to sniff and prance around in the yard or play with puzzle toys inside.  I am curious about sights, sounds, and smells on my walks in the neighborhood or at the park with my foster.  / I don’t like meeting people too quickly, so it is best to give me a little time to get to know you. Let me come to you instead of reaching for me. I will also bark at loud cars that pass by on walks, though I don’t bark much otherwise. I can't do stairs that well. I can manage a few, but if there is an entire flight of stairs, you'll have to pick me up which I have been fine with in my foster home. I’m sure I wouldn’t like it if I didn’t get enough love and attention too. • MEDICAL:  I'm current on vaccinations, micro-chipped and neutered.  I have a collapsing trachea so I should take shorter walks, led with a harness not a collar.  I should also not be walked much when it’s hot outside - just to go to the potty or to a cool stream. I’ve been diagnosed with Cushing’s, so I’ve started medication for that and I’m on a liver supplement.  I’ll need annual testing for Cushing’s, and I had that in Feb. 2024. I take all my meds easily for my foster! If you’re looking for a devoted dog and have a nice quiet home environment, we could be a good match!  My adoption fee is $100.00, and I’m located in Kennesaw, Ga.  July 21, 2024, 10:20 am
We'll also keep you updated on Bessie's adoption status with email updates.
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Bessie

Yorkie, Yorkshire Terrier Poodle (Miniature)

Female, Senior
Kennesaw, GA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
LOOKING FOR MY PERSON:  Approx. 12 years old / Approx. 13 lbs.  Hi, my name is Bessie!  I lived with my family my entire life, but their living situation changed, and they are relocating to a home where pets are not allowed.  That makes me sad, but I am so grateful that Mostly Mutts will work to help me find a new home.  I am in a wonderful foster home while I wait for my furever family to find me! • OTHER DOGS/CATS/KIDS:  I did not like the dogs I met at Mostly Mutts, so no dogs please. I tolerated a dog in one temp. foster home, but another temp. foster said I barked at dogs that entered the same room as me as well as those I passed on my walks, so I do not want to live with them. / My former family reported that I did not like cats and Mostly Mutts agrees. / I excitedly went after ankles of kids I met in a foster home and since I have bitten, best no kids.      • PERSONALITY/ENERGY LEVEL:  I’m a playful girl who likes toys and sometimes acts younger than my age.  I’m called a spry girl and had a blast playing with the volunteer photographer!  I’m a sweet girl who accepts affection most of the time, though I have guarding behaviors when it comes to things like my bed, treats and people.  Once I find my person, I don’t really want to share them too much. This can be a trainable situation and my trainer will be happy to talk to you.  I can be a bit temperamental and once bit my former foster mom, though I did have a urinary tract infection, so that may have had a bit to do with it. My former owner did not report any bites.  My foster said I like new people to go slow as I get to know them so, please be patient with me as I adjust to my new home and any new people I meet.  It just took a few days for me to feel comfortable with a temp. foster when my regular foster was away.  She even called me a ‘real love bug.’  Once I am settled, I am sure to show you how sweet I can be!  / My energy level is 4-6. • SKILLS/CRATE/POTTY:  I have already learned the ‘sit’, ‘come’, ‘leave it’ and ‘place’ commands.  I also walk well on a leash.  My trainer at the shelter is great with the little dogs with big personalities, so ask to talk to her when setting up a meeting with me.  My former family reported that I also knew the word ‘no’ and ‘good job’ for praising me. In my former foster home, I knew the words ‘outside’ for going out, and ‘up’, for going up stairs and that I could ‘sit’ when I choose to – lol. / My crate manners were good in my former home and are good at Mostly Mutts, and it’s best that I sleep in a crate at night instead of the bed with you, as that is a time that I bit my person. / My potty habits have been good on the shelter schedule, and in my foster home.   • LIKES/DISLIKES:  I love going for walks and playing fetch.  It was fun playing in the fall leaves too. I enjoy having my cheeks and the top of my head rubbed as well as cuddles and scratches on my back.  Playing with toys is also fun and I enjoy hanging out with my person.  I do seem to prefer women to men. / I don’t like to be picked up, so let me come to you, please.  I’m also not a fan of having my paws, tummy or rear end rubbed.  I don’t care for some men or people going too fast as I get to know them.  I don’t like dogs coming too close and alert bark at animals I see outside.  Otherwise, I’m sure I wouldn’t like it if I didn’t get enough love, training, and attention. • MEDICAL:  I'm current on vaccinations, micro-chipped and spayed. I have a congenital dropped carpus on both front legs and luxating patella on the left, but my foster didn’t even notice as I can jump and don’t have pain.  I also have a mild heart murmur that does not require any treatment currently. I’m on an inexpensive over-the-counter joint supplement which is good for all older dogs.    I am looking for a loving home for life with a dog experienced person!  My adoption fee is $299.00, and I’m located in Kennesaw, Ga.  July 21, 2024, 10:20 am
We'll also keep you updated on Jacquelyn's adoption status with email updates.
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Jacquelyn

Labrador Retriever Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Female, Young
Kennesaw, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
A FUN & HAPPY-NATURED GIRL:  Approx. 1 year old / Approx. 54 lbs.  I came to Mostly Mutts from animal control and I’m in a great foster home, learning, and having fun! I’m looking for a family with a stay/work from home family member as I do need to be taken out to the potty more than some other dogs due to a congenital kidney defect which is easily managed!  I’m a typical happy young dog and don’t know that there’s anything wrong with me at all, so I want to be treated like a normal fun dog!  I’ll likely have a little shorter lifespan than some other dogs, but I’m living life to the fullest!  Maybe we can do that together?  • OTHER DOGS/CATS/KIDS:  I just love playing with and palling around with the dogs in my foster home, but I have been known to hoard all the toys and time with my people so, if you have a laid-back dog already that would enjoy a friend and not mind my coveting all the toys and people, let’s meet! / I’m a bit too curious about the cat in my foster home so my foster thinks I’d do best in a home without a cat.  / I haven’t been around young kids, so if you have kids, let’s meet and best no toddlers that I may bump over with my enthusiasm. • PERSONALITY/ENERGY LEVEL:  My foster reports that I’m a great pup who will make a wonderful companion. I’m lovable, huggable, and sweet!  When I first went to my foster home, I would chew blankets and an occasional shoe, sock or oven mitt, but I mostly know what is mine now, so please make sure I have lots of hard toys and Nylabones. I am a little mouthy during play or when people try to pet my belly.  Please tell me to ‘leave it’ and avoid the belly . . . I like all the other pets.  Pretty much a Velcro dog, I like to be the pup to get the most attention and although not aggressive toward the other dogs, I will wiggle my way in between them and my people.  I’m an “in your face” type of loving girl, even staring during our conversations.  I love to explore my foster’s fenced back yard, happy to play with the other dogs or on my own – my foster says I’m a “treasure hunter” so maybe we can even make a game out of that.  I’m a pretty quiet girl, but have a deep alert bark if I hear unknown noises or people.  Playful, very active, silly and fun – I am sure to bring lots of love to my new family! / My energy level is approximately 7 - 8, so let’s make time for lots of play sessions or running or hikes. • SKILLS/CRATE/POTTY:  I know the ‘sit’ and ‘down’ commands and will give a nice ‘shake’ and know the ‘go to your crate’ command.  I walk great on my leash and although alert during my walks, I don’t bark at or pull toward dogs. / I sleep in my crate at night and go in willingly. I do like a treat reward when I go in it, please. / I am taken out every 2 ½ hours or so during the day and my water is managed/limited to what works best for my kidneys and potty manners.  My foster will be happy to talk to you about this.  I have been going to the door to signal that I need to go potty and I’m doing great.  • LIKES/DISLIKES:  I love spending time with people getting attention, playing, being gently hugged and rubbed. Balls and toys are great fun for fetching – though it is more like a game of ‘keep away’ or catch with my paws right now – lol.  I get really excited when I hear the ice machine . . . frozen treats!  I got to splash around in a lake recently and enjoyed that!  I also ride well in the car – let’s go on lots of adventures! / I don’t like the loud vacuum (what is THAT thing all about?), unexpected noises that make me a bit jumpy at times and the silly mop I try to bite.  I am good for my bath, but can’t wait for it to be over.  I wouldn’t like it if I didn’t get enough love, attention, exercise, and training. • MEDICAL:  I'm current on my immunizations, micro-chipped and spayed. I eat Science Diet k/d dog food to help with my kidneys and have just had bloodwork done which shows that it’s really working!  The vet was so happy with the great results and so am I!   If you’re a stay/work from home family and want a great dog to be active with, then let’s meet! My adoption fee is $299.00, and I’m located in Kennesaw, Ga.    July 21, 2024, 10:20 am
We'll also keep you updated on Wesley's adoption status with email updates.
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Wesley

Chihuahua Miniature Pinscher

Male, Adult
Kennesaw, GA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
LOOKING FOR A CALM/PATIENT OWNER:  Approx. 5 years old / Approx. 21 lbs. Hi, my name’s Wesley!  Mostly Mutts rescued me from animal control & I am so grateful they are helping me find a great furever home!  I came in with a cherry eye & heartworm positive, but both of those things have been medically treated and I’ve fully recovered.  Now I just need a patient & understanding family to adopt me.  I got to spend some time in the prison/foster training program where I had a great time & learned a lot, too!  I’m now in a great foster home waiting for my forever family to find me! • OTHER DOGS/CATS/KIDS:  I met dogs recently at Mostly Mutts and liked them.  I also played nicely with the dogs I met in the prison/foster training program and in my foster home, with just a few minor corrections over whose stuff is whose, so if you have a nice dog at home already, let’s meet and see if we can be pals!  / Cats unknown. / I haven’t met kids at Mostly Mutts, but I have been reactive to certain touches in the past, so best no kids in my new home.       • PERSONALITY/ENERGY LEVEL:  When I first came to Mostly Mutts, it took a little while to feel comfortable & I was reactive to touch, but now I bond with people much more quickly.  Give me a little time & you will see my sweet, playful & affectionate side blossom.  When people rushed to get to know me or touched me at times near my hind end, I’ve bitten them, so let me come to you & let you know when I’m ready for affection.  Since settling into my new environment, this has not been a prominent issue.  It only took about a day for my trainer in the prison/foster training program to win me over & then I made other friends fairly quickly.  I did great for my baths & toweling off in the prison/foster training program & at Mostly Mutts too. I am playful with toys & am a lap dog once we are friends.  Now that I am more comfortable with people, my reaction seems to be just a quick head whip as though to say “hey, what are you doing back there?” I like being picked up, just not restrained from being able to say hello to all my other friends.  My trainer says I have a typical bossy, little dog way about me which I think means that I am quite charming. / My energy level is 5-7. • SKILLS/CRATE/POTTY:  I’m a proud graduate of the Mostly Mutts University training program so I’ve learned the ‘sit’, ‘stay’, ‘down’, ‘come’, ‘drop it’, ‘leave it’ & ‘place’ commands.  I also use proper door etiquette & have good leash manners as well as accept nice strangers without jumping. / My crate manners are good at Mostly Mutts, though I used to whine when I was in there. My foster reports that I am doing much better with that and now sleep quietly through the night. My foster also says I am a smart, responsible boy when left out as I am not one to mess with any of your things. I am fine to sleep in my crate or in the bed with you if you let me! Warm cuddles under the covers with my person after my morning potty break make my tail wag! / My potty habits have been good on the shelter & prison/foster training program schedules as well as in my foster home. • LIKES/DISLIKES:  My favorite spot is in a comfy lap where I can give you lots of kisses.  I also love to burrow under blankets, so cute!  My new spot has been by the window where I can sunbathe and look out at the world outside. I love treats (Pup-Peroni – yum!) and have learned how to take them gently from an open hand.  This is also a great way to make new friends! I like to play with toys, too, especially balls & tug-type toys.  Under belly scratches are the best.  Just because I’m little, doesn’t mean I don’t like to go for walks!  Long or short, let’s get in some exercise together.  I also don’t mind the car, so let’s go on lots of adventures!  / I don’t think I’d enjoy living in a home with a lot of folks coming & going or approaching me too quickly. Other than the previously mentioned things, I’m sure I wouldn’t like it if I didn’t get enough love, attention, exercise & training. • MEDICAL:  I'm current on vaccinations, micro-chipped & neutered.  I must be muzzled when I go to the vet as I do not like it there!  My trainers have worked with me on this skill, and I have done well so please ask about that. I am looking for a loving home with a caring family, perhaps you!  My adoption fee is $299.00, & I’m located in Kennesaw, Ga.  July 21, 2024, 10:20 am
We'll also keep you updated on Madelyn's adoption status with email updates.
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Madelyn

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Maltese

Female, Senior
Kennesaw, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
A ONE PERSON TYPE OF GAL:  Approx. 10 years old / Approx. 26 lbs.  Hi, my name is Madelyn!  I had a home, but my owner was older and could no longer take care of me, then I was adopted but I didn’t get along with the dog in the home, so I’m back with Mostly Mutts looking for a calm, one person/female type home. • OTHER DOGS/CATS/KIDS:  I’d like to be your only dog as I guard my food and my person and don’t want to share them.  I was reported to not be very nice to the other dog in the home. / I did fairly well with the cats in my first home, though I did chase and herd them.  I’d rather just be your only pet and not have to share you. / No kids due to the above information. • PERSONALITY/ENERGY LEVEL:  The volunteers report that if they are confident, then I am confident.  I also like it when my visitors have treats, lol.  Let me come to you and give me a few minutes to realize we are friends – then I have been fine, friendly, and tail-wagging.  I am a little wire-haired sweetie once my true nature shows, who is generous with kisses and enjoys being petted, especially head scratches.  My foster mom says I am “an absolute pleasure, very loving, and a good girl”!  I have not been trusting of men though, at Mostly Mutts or in my foster home, so I want my person to be a female please. My former owner said that sometimes I talk, and it sounds like I’m grumbling. / My energy level is 4-6. • SKILLS/CRATE/POTTY:  I’m in the Mostly Mutts University training program and know the ‘sit’, ‘come’, ‘leave it’ and ‘place’ commands so far. I pull a bit on my leash, so my foster mom is working with me on my leash manners now.  She says I am making good progress!  / I do pretty well in my room at the shelter, but don’t think I used a crate in my former home.  I got to sleep in bed with my person. / My potty habits have been good on the shelter schedule, as well as in a foster home that I visited.  • LIKES/DISLIKES:  I like to roll in the grass, go for car rides, get head scratches, be with my person and I’m always ready for a treat reward.  In my former home, I enjoyed 2 long walks a day wearing a harness, so I hope to get those in my new home too.  I also enjoyed eating my kibble off a flat plate and not a bowl. / I don’t want to be rushed and don’t like having my paws touched or vetting in general.  As mentioned, I’m not too trusting of men and I’m sure I wouldn’t like it if I didn’t get enough love, attention, walks, and training. • MEDICAL:  I'm current on vaccinations, micro-chipped and spayed. I had a fatty lipoma removed from my belly and a small mass removed from my left front leg which was likely benign.  I also have a little inguinal fat pad which doesn’t bother me, and I hope you won’t mind.  Sometimes these things come with age.     I am looking for a wonderful person to give me a loving home!  My adoption fee is $299.00, and I’m located in Kennesaw, Ga.  July 21, 2024, 10:20 am

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P.O. Box 71821, Marietta, GA 30007

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Georgia Jack Russell Rescue

Marietta, GA 30060

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Marietta, GA 30060

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OZZIE ALBIES FOUNDATION

Marietta, GA 30060

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Best Friends Animal Society - Atlanta

Marietta, GA 30060

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DREAM Dachshund Rescue

P.O. Box 4323, Marietta, GA 30061

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PAWS Pet Rescue, Inc.

Kennesaw, GA 30144

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Help For The Dogs

Kennesaw, GA 30144

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Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue & Adoption

3238 Cherokee Street, Kennesaw, GA 30144

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Kennesaw, GA 30144

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