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Lupita

Australian Cattle Dog Jack Russell Terrier

Female, Young
Conyers, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Lupita is an energetic young 1 year old pup with a bunch of personality to keep any pet parent entertained. She has no known health concerns and is up to date with shots and is spayed. Lupita works well with all dogs, but will do best in an environment with dogs her size or bigger. Lupita weighs 40 lbs. and is very friendly and curious. Lupita is very affectionate and will need a family to give her lots of love!
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Honey

Australian Cattle Dog Texas Heeler

Female, 2 yrs 3 mos
Jackson, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Honey bun is beginning the search for her forever home. BASICS: Female, 2 years old, 50 pounds VETTING: Spayed, vaccinated, microchipped COMPATIBILITY: Cat friendly, can be dog friendly (see below) OTHER: Potty trained, low to medium energy, no young kids We know, this is a super duper long bio. We would be doing Honey and her future human a disservice though if we just snipped it down to the basics and a few cute sentences. Honey deserves more, so does her wonderful future human who will love her wholeheartedly. Honey lived on the streets by herself for over a year. In that time, she was faced with having at least two litters of puppies as just a baby herself, scavenging for food and being hit by cars multiple times. We rescued Honey in fall of 2023 and she had both a broken hip and heartworms. It is a miracle she made it as long as she did. Honey has spent the last several months getting necessary medical care from heartworm treatment to hip surgery, and she has finally finished it all! Honey is looking for a very special and patient adopter who will show her kindness, help her continue to blossom and give her grace as she gets there. After living on her own for so long, Honey is still trying to figure out life off the streets. She can get overwhelmed by new changes, new people, new environments. Overwhelmed by the world outside of her safe bubbles, you could say. She loves her safe bubbles (e.g. foster homes) and is still learning that there is more to life, more safe bubbles, than one. Honey’s heart for her people is bigger than the moon. She adores her people and she is loyal to a fault to her people. Once she settles in and chooses you, she chooses you wholeheartedly. Her personality starts to show in little moments that make your heart flutter and feel so proud. Before you know it, she is doing bunny hops in excitement to see you and “talking” excitedly at dinner time. KIDS: As Honey is still trying to build confidence and integrate into life off the streets, she is not a match for a home with young children. Kiddos make lots of noise and fast movements, which scares Honey and isn’t her jam. CATS: Honey is cat friendly. She has done great living with cats in her foster home. DOGS: Honey could either be the only dog in home, or she could potentially live with other dogs if the right match and slow intros. Honey lived in a foster home with multiple dogs for months and did great. She does not care to play, but she does not mind hanging together either as long as the other pups leave her be. Co-existing happily versus being buddies – that is Honey’s style. Honey may do well with a lowkey, low energy dog who just likes to hang and keep to themself too. FENCE: Honey does NOT have to have a fenced yard. She has lived both in a foster home with one and without one. However, Honey CAN chew through chain link fencing if she gets spooked enough to feel like she needs to. She can go to a home with or without a fence, but Honey is a FLIGHT RISK and precautions must be taken either way to keep her safe (we will help you figure those precautions out). OTHER: Honey is fully potty trained (super holder). Her energy level is low to medium. She is pretty easy on a leash and non-reactive to other dogs. Car rides are not her favorite as far as getting in, but she rides calmly and quietly once in. Honey is crated regularly and does well, though she may have an “oopsie” moment trying to get out the first week or two - but smooth sailing after that. Raw truth: We know it may take some time to find Honey’s right person. That person is out there though, and it will be a match made in heaven when the paths do cross. Someone will grow to love Honey *almost* as much as she loves them. They will celebrate her milestones and progress like we have. They will get to know the true Honey and love her with their whole heart. Honey’s person is out there. If you read this far and think you might be Honey’s person, complete an application and let’s talk! Her meet and greets might not look like the “norm”. She will be nervous, shy, and uneasy. If you can look past that though and give her a chance, you might just look back realizing it was one of the best decisions you ever made. You might just think to yourself one day that you simply couldn’t imagine life without her. ADOPTION APPLICATION: joyspromise.org/adopt
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Ricky

Australian Cattle Dog Redbone Coonhound

Male, Young
Decatur, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Rickey is smart and spunky he loves to play and has endless energy! He has a huge personality and will make you laugh. His best friend is a cat they play and cuddle together. Needs: Yard Playmate Previous experience with reactive dogs, he must have slow and proper introduction to new dogs. Rickey knows basic commands including "place". He is trained with an e collar but listens well without it https://youtu.be/2Hy9P00_s8o?si=OPQtTACmaEuyyd-J Age:4 years WT: 40lbs. Temperament: Good with all people, needs proper introduction to new dogs.   Vetting: Neutered, up to date on vaccines, HW negative    Training: House trained, crate trained, knows a few commands,  For questions, please email hannahstiebel@gmail.com     To ensure we're meeting both pet and adopters' needs, we ask potential adopters to complete an Adoption Application (www.bit.ly/DH-Adoption) for caretakers to review. Once your application is approved, we will bring the adoptable pet to your home for a preliminary visit. We are 100% donation-funded and our fees are equivalent to (or less than) the cost to fully vet a new dog yourself.  May 24, 2024, 2:10 pm
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Butch

Australian Cattle Dog American Pit Bull Terrier

Male, 6 yrs 7 mos
Madison, GA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
ButchAustralian Cattle Dog MixMaleDOB: 9/26/17Adoption Fee: $200Butch is a big, sweet baby! He's gentle, quiet, and laid back. He has a cheerful personality and always greets you with a smile! He does well on a leash and enjoys his walks.His favorite things are sticks and balls. Come spend some time with Butch. He might just be your perfect match!Please read the animal bios completely before requesting additional information as we do our best to answer the most frequently ask questions in these bios. In order to adopt one of our animals an application must be submitted and approved. You can find these applications by going to http://humanemorgan.org/index.php?page=adoption ABOUT ADOPTING FROM THE HSMC: The shelter address is 1170 Fairground Rd. Madison, GA 30650. For more information on any of our pets, please feel free to email us at INFO@HUMANEMORGAN.ORG give us a call at 706-343-9977. All dogs are heartworm negative, current on vaccines/dewormings, and microchipped. All cats are FeLv/FIV negative, current on vaccines/dewormings, and microchipped. We are open 10am-5pm Monday-Saturday, we schedule our last adoption at 4pm everyday to allow our staff enough time to feed and walk dogs. We are an animal shelter and therefore are not able to individually potty train our residents. Many adult dogs do arrive “house broken” however due to animal behavior any change in environment will make an emotional impact on the animals and therefore initiate unwanted behaviors during the acclamation period. Please keep this in mind. Puppies do not have the biological maturity to maintain absolute bladder or bowel control and will require a certain degree of potty training and house breaking. Please consider the time and commitment it takes to provide the necessary building blocks for these special babies, prior to submitting your application. If you have any questions please email us at info@humanemorgan.org and provide name of the animal you are interested in, in the subject line. Thank you, HSMC Staff ADOPTION FEES Adoption Fees may change without notice. Always verify the fee when finalizing the adoption. ~ Cats and Kittens ~ * Under 1 Year = $100 * 1-5 Years = $75 * Over 5 Years = $50 ** Purebred cats and kittens may be subject to special pricing ~ Mix Breed Dogs ~ * Under 1 Year = $200 * 1 -3 Years = $175 * 4-8 Years = $150 * Over 8 Years = $100~ Purebred and Designer Breed Dogs ~ * Under 1 Year = $375 * 1-3 Years = $350 * 4-8 Years = $275 * Over 8 Years = $150 ~ Medical and Special Needs ~ We have rescued dogs and cats which require additional medical care or that have special needs which are not life threatening. In these cases we may require a higher fee to help recoup the costs of their care while at our rescue.
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Adelaide

Cattle Dog

Female, 1 yr 5 mos
Madison, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Adelaide Cattle dog FemaleDOB: 12/15/22Adoption Fee: $200 Adelaide is a beautiful girl looking for her forever home! She enjoys going on long walks and would love to have the freedom to run in someone's backyard! She is a playful girl and would love to have someone that will play with her daily and give her all the attention and exercise! If you think Adelaide would be a perfect fit for your family please stop by and meet her!Please read the animal bios completely before requesting additional information as we do our best to answer the most frequently ask questions in these bios. In order to adopt one of our animals an application must be submitted and approved. You can find these applications by going to http://humanemorgan.org/index.php?page=adoption ABOUT ADOPTING FROM THE HSMC: The shelter address is 1170 Fairground Rd. Madison, GA 30650. For more information on any of our pets, please feel free to email us at INFO@HUMANEMORGAN.ORG give us a call at 706-343-9977. All dogs are heartworm negative, current on vaccines/dewormings, and microchipped. All cats are FeLv/FIV negative, current on vaccines/dewormings, and microchipped. We are open 10am-5pm Monday-Saturday, we schedule our last adoption at 4pm everyday to allow our staff enough time to feed and walk dogs. We are an animal shelter and therefore are not able to individually potty train our residents. Many adult dogs do arrive “house broken” however due to animal behavior any change in environment will make an emotional impact on the animals and therefore initiate unwanted behaviors during the acclamation period. Please keep this in mind. Puppies do not have the biological maturity to maintain absolute bladder or bowel control and will require a certain degree of potty training and house breaking. Please consider the time and commitment it takes to provide the necessary building blocks for these special babies, prior to submitting your application. If you have any questions please email us at info@humanemorgan.org and provide name of the animal you are interested in, in the subject line. Thank you, HSMC Staff ADOPTION FEES Adoption Fees may change without notice. Always verify the fee when finalizing the adoption. ~ Cats and Kittens ~ * Under 1 Year = $100 * 1-5 Years = $75 * Over 5 Years = $50 ** Purebred cats and kittens may be subject to special pricing ~ Mix Breed Dogs ~ * Under 1 Year = $200 * 1 -3 Years = $175 * 4-8 Years = $150 * Over 8 Years = $100~ Purebred and Designer Breed Dogs ~ * Under 1 Year = $375 * 1-3 Years = $350 * 4-8 Years = $275 * Over 8 Years = $150 ~ Medical and Special Needs ~ We have rescued dogs and cats which require additional medical care or that have special needs which are not life threatening. In these cases we may require a higher fee to help recoup the costs of their care while at our rescue.
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Matt

Australian Cattle Dog Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Adult
Atlanta, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
I'm new here at the Atlanta Humane Society, and my friends and caretakers are still learning more about me. Stay tuned for more information, and I can't wait to meet you soon!

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Joy's Promise Canine Rescue Inc.

Jackson, GA 30233

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Doggie Harmony

Decatur, GA 30030

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27.3 miles

Humane Society of Morgan County

1170 Fairground Road, Madison, GA 30650

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Humane Society of Morgan County

1170 Fairground Road, Madison, GA 30650

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33.5 miles

Atlanta Humane Society

1551 Perry Boulevard NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

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33.5 miles

Atlanta Humane Society

1551 Perry Boulevard NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

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33.5 miles

Atlanta Humane Society

1551 Perry Boulevard NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

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33.5 miles

Atlanta Humane Society

1551 Perry Boulevard NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

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34.5 miles

Monroe County Animal Services

157 L Cary Bittick Drive, Forsyth, GA 31029

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Monroe County Animal Services

157 L Cary Bittick Drive, Forsyth, GA 31029

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