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Athena is a loyal and affectionate 2-year-old pit bull. She is spayed, micro chipped, heart worm negative, appropriately vaccinated and treated for parasites. This sweet girl is house trained, gets along with other dogs, cats and kind people. Athena is used to having a family but when she became ill and they could not take of her, she was surrendered. Lifesaving surgery was performed and Athena....

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ChloeChloe Georgia and HarleyGeorgia and Harley

Chloe is a 8 year old Schnauzer mix rescued from Northeast Georgia animal Shelter. She is spayed, micro chipped, appropriately vaccinated and treated for parasites. Chloe is house trained, fostered with other dogs and cats. Being an older dog, timid Chloe is having a difficult time adjusting to losing the only family she has ever known. We are confident with patience and love Chloe's broken spirit will be healed.  

Georgia and Harley were adopted nine years ago as puppies. The litter mates were raised together with a young girl of their own. When the child grew up and left for college the now older bonded dogs were turned back to the Humane Society. Efforts to separate the siblings have not been successful. Georgia is protective of her weaker brother. The dogs are spayed and neutered, micro chipped, heart worm negative, appropriately vaccinated and treated for parasites.  

Meet Sadie, an adorable pure-bred 20 lb. Beagle who is about 2 yrs. old. This sweet enthusiastic, energetic little girl likes to play with toys and run; she likes cuddles, too and can be a very loving, gentle companion. Sadie needs a fenced yard and a family/friend that will give her plenty of play time and exercise. She would also do best in a home where people are home during the day some, as her inquisitive nature and “busy-ness” mean that she does best crated when left alone. (Her foster family says she likes to find and chew shoes if she’s left alone for too long…)  

Sadie was surrendered to the NE Georgia Animal Shelter with her litter of pups.
The puppies went to a rescue and Sadie was left behind, so we rescued her.

She is crate-trained and house-broken. She does well with children and other dogs. She wants to play with cats, but is not aggressive. Sadie walks ok on a leash and rides in the car just fine. She was food-aggressive with her puppies, so that would have to be watched with other dogs. She is not food aggressive with humans.

Like all of our adoptable dots, Sadie is spayed, has had all of her shots, has been treated for parasites and is heart-worm negative. If you are interested in meeting Sadie or want more information, please call 706-436-0965

      Since 2006, the Hart County Humane Society has placed over 900 animals in loving homes, including those pictured here, with the help of our foster homes and other volunteers.


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