Posted by justAIMe | Posted in Urgent Dogs | Posted on 18-01-2011
Sunny – Ledger # 32006
AGE – 0-2 months
BREED – Lab X
GENDER – Female
IMPOUND DATE – 01/13/11
LEDGER # – 32006
What can you say about a cute little puppy? She even has that wonderful puppy smell, the one that you can never get out of your mind. Sunny is so tiny that she was being tended to by a staff member in the laundry room so that she could stay warm by the dryer! I don’t know when she will actually be available for adoption, but right now she is a blank slate, and with love and positive reinforcement, will make a wonderful adult dog, full of love and joy. Come in and see her, and while you’re there, take a stroll and see all the other worthy dogs; there are many who need homes desperately and while they don’t have the puppy smell, they all have their own terrific attributes.
I AM ONLY A CROSSPOSTER
IF YOU WANT TO KNOW MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT THE SHELTER…I HAVE POSTED THE CONTACT INFORMATION BELOW AND ANY OTHER INFO THAT YOU MAY WANT TO KNOW
ALSO IF YOU WANT TO KNOW THE STATUS OF A DOG PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW
THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION
P.S. PLEASE TRY TO STICK TO SAVING THE DOG ON THE THREAD.
MORE PHOTOS AT LINK ABOVE
☆•*¨*•.¸¸❤ ADOPTION PROCESS❤¸.•*¨*•☆
Applications for adoption are taken on a first-come, first-serve basis. If approved, you can pick the dog up during a scheduled adoption appointment (this is scheduled when you submit your application) as soon as its 5-day holding period is complete. However, if the dog is old enough to be spayed or neutered, animal control will schedule your dog with a vet, and you pick him up from there.
While they prefer that applicants come to the shelter in person to interact with the animal prior to submitting an application for adoption, an online adoption application is now available that can be printed and faxed or brought to the shelter. A faxed application is not placed in line for a particular animal until the applicant calls Animal Control and receives an adoption appointment date and time. If an applicant submits an application in person at the same time a faxed application arrives for the same animal, the application submitted in person is given priority.
The cost of adopting a dog is $50.00, which includes a DHLPP-C vaccination, deworming of your new friend, an adoption information packet, and an implanted microchip
When you provide proof to ACCAC that your dog is spayed or neutered, you are reimbursed $25 of the adoption fee, so your final cost for your new friend is only $25. It will be the most rewarding $25 you ever spend!
☆•*¨*•.¸¸ ❤DO YOU NEED HELP PULLING A DOG? & TRANSPORT ?❤¸.•*¨*•☆
www.allpointsnorthrescue.com/WhatWeDo.html CAN ONLY PULL FOR APPROVED RESCUES NOT OUT OF STATE ADOPTERS!!!
☆•*¨*•.¸¸❤ LOCAL RESCUE LINK ❤¸.•*¨*•☆
Link for local rescues in the area
For specific information on the dogs featured on athenspets.net, call the animal control office at 706-613-3540 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 706-613-3540 end_of_the_skype_highlighting. Please refer to the ledger number when calling.
Athens – Clarke County Animal Control
45 Beaverdam Ext.
Athens, Georgia 30605
Phone: 706 613-3540 706 613-3540
Fax: 706 613-3545
Shelter hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday: 10am-4pm