This is Ducky. He was found by Coweta County Animal Services in February, 2019. He was in a ditch with open wounds on his back legs, which were also injured from Achilles tendons that were cut in both hind legs. Ducky spent weeks at the vet healing from initial surgeries to close the open gashes on his feet. Since April, 2019, Ducky has endured several more surgeries to repair his Achilles' in both hind legs. Ducky has had bones fused and plates and screws implanted in his legs so that he may now stand and walk upright on all four legs. Ducky has been our foster since September, 2019. Ducky loves humans of all ages, especially ones with snacks! Ducky loves curling up on the couch, a blanket, or his dog bed; belly rubs and chew toys are some of his favorites. Ducky absolutely loves going for rides in the car! He rides great, even if around the block. Ducky is housebroken and has not had one accident in the house since he has been our foster. Ducky is semi crate trained; he stays in the crate when we leave the house for briefs periods (as he prefers to be with humans and not alone), but during the day while we are at school/work, Ducky hangs out in the house keeping his dog bed warm. We are working on short walks around the neighborhood while Ducky completely heals from his latest leg surgery In addition, we are slowly working on socialization with other dogs Ducky is a terrier mix and is about 50 lbs. He knows "sit" and is working on "stay" and other commands.
This very special boy, Clarence, is accepting adoption applications for his forever home! He is such an easy going dog, who gets along great with other dogs, kids, and everyone he meets. You will not find a better dog/family member.
Meet Casey! This precious sharpei mix is approximately 7-8 months old and has not had an easy start in her young life. As you can see in her picture, she came into the shelter with severe eye issues, bilateral cherry eye and entropion. Hearts ‘n Homes stepped up and pulled her and got her the necessary surgery to relieve her constant pain. Now she can see, it’s a new world for her! She’s very loving and playful, as well as crate and house trained! She is doing great leaning basic obedience commands. Won’t you consider making this very special girl a part of your family?
All of these dogs have been at the shelter for a year or more. They are all good dogs and are so deserving of a loving home. The just need a chance.
We do our best to keep our site up-to-date with the animals at our shelter. Animals cannot be reserved and are adopted on a first-come, first-served basis.