Rescued from Gwinnett Co. Animal Control
Wilson had 3 legs and only 1 day to live!
Wilson was rescued from Animal Control the day before he was to die! We didn't care that he only had three legs, he had a great temperament and deserved the chance to live the happy life he should have had from the beginning. Just one week after coming to us, Wilson went home with his new family. They report he is doing great and that they really love him.
Giselle and her 5 siblings was rescued from Animal Control and they were only six weeks old! They were headed for the gas chamber and we could not let this wonderful litter die a horrible death! Their foster Mom said they were the best pups she had ever fostered. Giselle's adopted family recently contacted us to give us an an update on Giselle:
"Giselle is now 18 months old and fifty pounds of absolute gentleness. She is an amazing girl dog. Everywhere we go, she proves to be a true people pleaser. She has gone through obedience training and received the award for most sociable and most accomplished. She recently passed her testing and is now a certified therapy dog bringing much enjoyment to both young and old in healthcare facilities throughout the Macon area.
When she is not out for walks, dinner or socialization at various facilities, she enjoys romping with her best friend, Jordan, who is a ten pound yorkie that we got after being rescued from a puppy mill. They do virtually everything together and are inseparable. We cannot imagine being without her. She is truly a slice of heaven and has the most humble spirit unless she is guarding our privacy garden then you do not come close as she is extremely protective of her family. We told everyone that she was a Keeshound mix until we recently saw pictures of the Finnish Lapphund and after reading the characteristics realized she is very close to this breed. No matter what she is, she is the most amazing dog. She is more human than dog and loves to cuddle and is never far from our side."
"My name is Lacey. I adopted Mickey (cutest little red/brown Min Pin ever) at an adoption at Wills Park a few months ago.
Mickey is doing great and is a great addition to my family. I got him as a friend to my other dog and they truly are the best of friends.
Thank you sooo much! I love him!!
Well "Billie" as she is called now, is doing fine. She is a happy member of our ever expanding family. We re-named her Billie after jazz singer Billie Holiday, as we have a jazz theme with our animal's names....plus it's real close to "Millie" so she wouldn't get too confused!
She is an excellent companion for our other rescue dog, Coltrane. He's 12, and he has really taken to her. Even though Coltrane wasn't really sure what to make of her at first, they are inseparable now. Since her arrival he is so much more active (not that he has a choice as Billie is an absolute dynamo!) We moved to Decatur last August she has a MUCH bigger yard in which to run terrorize the local squirrel population, a huge deck to take sunbaths on. Sometimes she won't even come inside. My wife and I also had a baby back in January the only problem we have is trying to get Billie to stop licking him! She is so fascinated with him and is very gentle when he reaches out to touch her-which seems to be his new favorite thing.
We can't imagine our lives without Billie!
Rescued from Spalding County Animal Control
We just got back from the dog park with Murphy and Zach. You won't believe it, but Zach was running up to everyone and letting them all pet him - he is completely over his initial shyness with people. He is doing just great - he's very sweet and really wants to please. He walks on a leash like he's been through training, and has not had a single problem. We've kept him and Murphy in the house this week when we've been at work and come home every day at lunch just for 15 minutes or so. This weekend we'll let him out in the yard for a longer period of time while we're here - he is adjusting to everything just beautifully - he truly couldn't be better!