Abbie the Australian Cattledog Mix

Abbie the Australian Cattledog Mix

Abbie is a one year old Cattledog mix. Abbie is a very sweet girl, and she gets along with several of the dogs here at the shelter. Abbie is a super fun and very loyal dog. And she loves, loves, loves the water! Abbie would be an excellent companion for hiking, camping, or a day at the lake. Abbie has been here so long, now 250 plus days, that she seems desperate to get someone to notice her. She just can’t understand why no one wants her. She does her best to get attention when someone comes in. She absolutely gives the best kisses and wants nothing more than to be next to you and loved. Yet day after day she watches as everyone passes her by. If only someone would take the time to get to know her instead of judging her right away by her behavior behind bars. Give her the time to know you before judging her shyness when you first take her out. There has to be someone out there for this beautiful girl. Submitted by the Humane Society Morgan County Georgia.

Abbie the Australian Cattledog Mix

Abbie the Australian Cattledog Mix

If you live in the Atlanta, Georgia area and are interested in adopting Abbie, please contact the Humane Society of Morgan County at info@humanemorgan.org

Humane Society of Morgan County

 
Shadow the Great Pyrenees, Border Collie Mix

Shadow the Great Pyrenees, Border Collie Mix

Shadow, who was known as Pongo at the rescue shelter, is growing like a weed and has fit into our family perfectly. He earned his name by always following us around, like a little Shadow. He makes us laugh at his antics all the time, he is such a joy. Thank you SO much! Submitted by the adopting family from the Humane Society Morgan County Georgia.

Shadow the Great Pyrenees, Border Collie Mix

Picking Shadow up at the shelter…

Shadow the Great Pyrenees, Border Collie Mix

 
Bentley and Ginger the Dalmatians

Bentley and Ginger the Dalmatians

Less than four months ago we had to put our Bentley to sleep. He was over 14 years old and an incredibly bright dog who our neighbors nick-named Houdini because of his uncanny ability to escape closed windows and jump over eight foot fences. He loved people and loved his sister and litter mate Ginger. She was deaf from birth but you would never know it. Bentley and Ginger were absolutely the most beautiful Dalmatians you have ever seen. Well, three months before we had to put Bentley down we had to put Ginger to sleep. My wife Nancy and I miss them terribly but know they are happier where they are today. I never realized how much we loved the two of them. We cried for weeks. Submitted by Tom M.

Bentley and Ginger the Dalmatians

Bentley and Ginger the Dalmatians

Bentley the Dalmatians

Bentley the Dalmatians