In a rural Georgia shelter where funding is scarce, but stray, abandoned and surrendered dogs are aplenty, even the friendliest, prettiest and sweetest dogs are doomed to die. And tragically that turns out to be life and death at the Floyd County Animal Shelter.
Meet Labrador and German shepherd mix #1307. He’s such a happy guy; obviously he has no idea of the dangers that await, but on this occasion he spotted a friend. “Maybe she will like me and take me home,” he thought for a few moments, and as the young girl knelt down, the dog reveled in the attention lavished upon him, and of course handed out his sloppy kisses with pleasure.
A Facebook page for this dog can be found by clicking here. Rescuers and adopters are not required to live in Georgia. The Floyd County Animal Control Department rules for adopting dogs and cats can be found here. Please be sure to read the directions carefully. If interested in adopting a pet, potential adopters must contact the following parties: firstname.lastname@example.org (706) 506-3611, or Rondawoman22@aol.com (704) 288-7272.
The Floyd County Animal Shelter is located in Rome, Georgia. Telephone number: (706)-236-4545.
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