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Australian Cattle Dog puppies and dogs in Sugar Hill, Georgia

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Ice 1741-22

Australian Cattle Dog

Male, adult
Cumming, GA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Let me guess: You sing in the car. Loudly. Off-key. And did I mention loudly? Or you snore, or talk in your sleep, or like to practice your bagpipe playing. Well, that might make a lesser dog than I, Ice, have second thoughts about coming to live with you and love you, but not me! That's because my heart is SO ENORMOUS and my potential for devotion is PRACTICALLY BOTTOMLESS and also...well, I like to sing too. Tell me that's not a relationship made in HEAVEN! Tell me you're not frantically reading these words, thinking, "MY GOD! I must find out how to adopt this dog RIGHT THIS VERY MINUTE!" Calm down, off-key-singing person! I have all the information you need to adopt me, or share me with some other bagpipe-playing human who needs me in their life.
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Dash 1838-22

Australian Cattle Dog

Male, adult
Cumming, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Interview with Dash:Interviewer: How did you arrive to the Animal Shelter? Dash: Well, I was walking down the street looking for leftover Thanksgiving scraps when I noticed that someone pulled their vehicle over to the side of the road. I assumed they had some scraps for me, so I walked up to them and jumped into their vehicle and guess what, no scraps, how rude!!!! The man who picked me up told me that he didn't want me to get hurt and took me to the Animal Shelter. Interviewer: Did you like being at the Animal Shelter? Dash: At first no, because there were a lot of rowdy dogs in the area I was staying at. It scared me a bit and I just stayed to myself, but then one day I went out for a walk and they put me in the Administrative Supervisors office, which was awesome. I went from a small apartment to a condo! A big upgrade. Interviewer: What has changed since you arrived at the Animal Shelter?Dash: A lot has changed! When I arrived at the Shelter, I was heartworm positive. I went into a foster home while going through my treatment. Thankfully, my treatment has been completed and starting March 15th, I can return to my normal activities, like playing fetch with a tennis ball and going for long walks! I cannot wait, I'm so excited for this day to arrive. Also, my foster parent wanted to adopt me, which I was super excited about because she has been one of the best foster parents that any dog could ask for, but unfortunately with inflation and being on a limited income, she cannot adopt me. But that's okay because my forever family is out there, I just know it.Interviewer: What do you look for in a family?Dash: Okay, I am going to be a little picky here. I am a woman's man, but if the woman I adore has a man in her home, I'll be okay with that ONLY under these circumstances: 1) Men like to wear these weird things on their heads that scare me sometimes. My foster parent told me those are called "hats". Not sure what they do, but they sure do scare me and prefer they not be worn when I'm around. 2)No loud power tools in my presence. Those things scare me too.Other than those 2 circumstances, I should be perfectly fine with a male in the home. What will not work for me is children. They scare me as well. Anytime I get scared, I tend to nip at their shoes. I guess it's the Heeler in me that makes me do that. I am not a fan of cats and I have never met a dog before, so I'm not sure how I'd do with them.Interviewer: Is there anything else you would like us to know about you?Dash: I love belly rubs, cuddling, sleeping on the couch and sleeping in my foster parents' bed. I'm usually a couch potato, but sometimes I like to run around a bit. I am housetrained, but there are 2 things to know about that. 1) I can usually hold my "business" for some time, but if you are not around and I really have to use the bathroom, I try to become the Kool-Aid man and bust through the wall to get outside to use the bathroom. Trust me I know it sounds bad, but I do not want to make a mess in the home. 2) When you take me out to use the bathroom, it may take me a bit to find the right place, but once I find that place, that will become my forever bathroom.Interviewer: I know you are currently in a foster home. How can adopters meet you?Dash: They can contact the Animal Shelter at 678-965-7185 or email Adoptions@forsythco.com to set up an appointment to meet me.
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Sailor Moon 422-23

Australian Cattle Dog

Female, adult
Cumming, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
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Polar Bear 12233

Australian Cattle Dog Cattle Dog

Male, adult
Cumming, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
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Story
Polar Bear came to Furkids because his owner could no longer afford to care for him. Furkids took care of his medical needs and he is now a healthy and happy boy. Polar Bear gets along with other dogs, although he mostly ignores them, same with cats. Going on walks and learning tricks are some of his favorite things. Polar Bear does have some resource guarding behaviors and needs to go to a home willing to work with him on that. Because of this, Polar Bear would do best in a home with older children or adults only. In typical Cattle Dog fashion, Polar Bear is very high energy. He is learning to be gentle and in his foster home and is doing well. We know Polar Bear would make a great companion to the right, patient family! Polar Bear is 35lbs., approximately 3 years old (est. birth date 03/05/2020), and his adoption fee is $175. If you want more information about Polar Bear, please submit a survey at https://www.shelterluv.com/matchme/adopt/FKDS/Dog. At this time, meeting our dogs is by appointment only. After submitting a survey, an adoption counselor will contact you to give you more information about the dog you are interested in adopting and to arrange for you to meet. Must be at least 21 years of age to adopt.
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Jack

Australian Cattle Dog

Male, young
Cumming, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Jack! Hello, my name is Jack and I am a Australian Cattle Dog. I'm a 10-month-old pup and I'm almost done growing. My kennel tech friends estimate that I'll be around 46lbs when I am fully grown. I'm a chocolate-colored pup with white fur running down my chest and into my legs. And, I have a very cute little bob tail! When I meet new people or see my friends, my little tail and I get so excited that we do a little dance. I'm a very sweet and loving pup, and am sure I'll make a great companion! I love to be around people. I am always looking for a cuddle, pet, and a kiss- no matter who it is from! My ideal home would be with a loving family who loves to snuggle, play and run with me. I would be the happiest pup in the world if I could find such a family to call my own. I am currently up for adoption, so if you are interested in meeting me, please fill out an application or call the Humane Society of Forsyth County at 770-887-6480! With love, Jack!
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Hector

Cattle Dog

Male, senior
CUMMING, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hector is 10 years old, walks great on a leash and really enjoys attention. He does need to be the only dog in the house. Thank you for your interest in one of our Hero Babies! Before inquiring, we thought it was important to share a few of our policies. Your Current Pets - We do require that your current dogs and cats are current on vaccines and spayed/neutered. Adoptions - We do not have a shelter and are a foster-home based organization. We do require that you have an approved adoption application to schedule a meet and greet. You can fill out an adoption application on our website, www.herorescue.org/adopt. Once your application is approved it will be sent to the foster family that is currently caring for the dog. They will be able to provide information on likes, dislikes, personality, etc. They will also schedule a time for you to meet the dog. We do require a home visit prior to adoption. Inquiries - If you would like more information on any dogs in the rescue, please email us at info@herorescue.org.

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Forsyth County Animal Shelter

4065 County Way, Cumming, GA 30028

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Forsyth County Animal Shelter

4065 County Way, Cumming, GA 30028

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Forsyth County Animal Shelter

4065 County Way, Cumming, GA 30028

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11.8 miles

Forsyth County Humane Society

4440 Keith Bridge Rd, Cumming, GA 30040

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11.8 miles

Furkids Animal Rescue & Shelters - Atlanta

5235 Union Hill Rd., Cumming, GA 30040

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11.8 miles

HERO DOG RESCUE

CUMMING, GA 30040

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13.4 miles

Angels Among Us Pet Rescue, Inc.

PO Box 821, Alpharetta, GA 30009

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13.4 miles

Atlanta Humane Society - Alpharetta

1565 Mansell Road, Alpharetta, GA 30009

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13.4 miles

Angels Among Us Pet Rescue, Inc.

PO Box 821, Alpharetta, GA 30009

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19.4 miles

Pup & Cat Co.

Winder, GA 30680

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