Marietta, Georgia - Pet Adoption

German Shepherd Rescue of GA has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Roswell, Georgia.
Like most people, you’ve probably heard time and again that if you have kids, you should adopt a Pug puppy (or, gasp! find a Pug puppy for sale). The rationale is that an adult shelter dog is an unknown quantity, so buying or adopting a Pug puppy is safer. Actually, the opposite is closer to the truth. Puppies are not usually a great choice with kids; they have very limited control over their biting/mouthing impulses, and when you mix that with lots of energy and unbelievably sharp little teeth, it’s a recipe for your small fry to be in tears. Puppies are tiny chewing machines and can destroy a favorite stuffed animal or security blanket in short order. Adult dogs, on the other hand, are generally calmer, and their personalities are already fully developed and on display. When you meet an adult dog, you can see how they are with kids and with other animals. This takes the guesswork out of wondering how a puppy will turn out as a full-grown dog.
Animal Rescue League of Northwest GA has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Fairmount, Georgia.
Like most people, you’ve probably heard time and again that if you have kids, you should adopt a Pomeranian puppy (or, gasp! find a Pomeranian puppy for sale). The rationale is that an adult shelter dog is an unknown quantity, so buying or adopting a Pomeranian puppy is safer. Actually, the opposite is closer to the truth. Puppies are not usually a great choice with kids; they have very limited control over their biting/mouthing impulses, and when you mix that with lots of energy and unbelievably sharp little teeth, it’s a recipe for your small fry to be in tears. Puppies are tiny chewing machines and can destroy a favorite stuffed animal or security blanket in short order. Adult dogs, on the other hand, are generally calmer, and their personalities are already fully developed and on display. When you meet an adult dog, you can see how they are with kids and with other animals. This takes the guesswork out of wondering how a puppy will turn out as a full-grown dog. Georgia's largest no kill animal shelter and rescue organization - Learn how you can adopt a cat, dog or donate to our organization.Starbright animal rescue - GA Chapter has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Byron, Georgia.United Yorkie Rescue - GA - Suwanee - Edwin Ashurst has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Suwanee, Georgia.

Each week Adopt-A-Pet features urgent dogs and cats from Coweta County Animal Control located in Newnan, GA. Hosted by NCHS volunteers and brought to you by our friends at NuLink. If you would like to help us with this show please meet us at Coweta County animal control at 10:00 on Mondays.Your application will be assigned to someone in our organization that will review it and contact you to discuss it. Please allow us at least 3 business days to contact you. We require a meet and greet with your current dogs (if applicable) and all family members (if possible) and a home check. Please note: Puppies under 4 months are not currently available for adoption outside the state of Georgia.If you can't adopt, please feel free to check our wish list posted below. There are lots of ways to help out our furry friends!
Revolution for cats
Wet and dry food for cat
Clumpable & clay cat litter
Cat beds
Cat toys, treats, etc.
Frontline for dogs
Dry dog food
Canned dog food
Dog beds
Rubber toys, bones, treats, etc.
Food and waters bowls for dogs and cats
Old towels, sheets, pillows, bed spreads, etc.
White Vinegar, laundry detergent, dishwashing liquid, Clorox bleach, paper towels
Heavy Duty garbage bags
Money for medications, vaccines, vet bills, Spay/neuter, etc.
Volunteers!!!
Foster homes.We do the work for you! We want our adopted dogs to be adopted into their forever homes on the first adoption and not be bounced around from home to home. To help ensure our dogs get a good chance of this, we are the first rescue organization that we know of that commits to providing ALL of the following to dogs adopted from us: training in a cage-free home environment in basic obedience, socialization, housetraining, how to walk on a leash, pack leadership protocols (with instructions to the lucky new owners), up-to-date vaccinations, spaying/neutering, and microchipping. Adoption fees vary between $125-$350 per dog, which allows our organization to continue feeding, housing, training and providing medical and nutritional care for the poodles, especially for those poodles that will most likely be with us for the rest of their lives due to their age or other issues. The adoption fee also includes a free one-year membership in Georgia Poodle Club Incorporated and lifetime discounted dog boarding at the exclusive Blue Willow Farm.