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Cassie

Cassie is a female Corgi mix estimated to be 5-7 years old. When we got to her she was one of the fairly easy ones to catch. We just put some food down and waited a few minutes and she let us put a leash over her. We believe she was so miserable, she got tired of running with the other dogs.

Health

Upon examination at the vet it was discovered that Cassie had a condition known as Pyrometra (infected uterus). This condition can be deadly if left untreated, so we were lucky to get to her in time. With a spay surgery, antibiotics and some extra rest, Cassie will be just fine soon!

Personality

Cassie was kept outside with several other dogs. She is not aggressive. We don’t really know what her personality is because she was just so lazy when we had her, but the reports we get are that she is doing just great so far!

History

Cassie came from a hoarding case of 60+ animals. There were dogs, cats and farm animals. She was kept outside and in a garage and fed off the ground. Her and her property mates did not have any boundaries or training. They were “yard dogs”. With the help of rescue groups, volunteers and vet offices, we were able to rescue Cassie and many of her property mates and get them vet care and into fosters.

Current Status

Cassie has been taken in by Cherokee Humane Society and is currently in a foster home. We are happy to announce that Cassie has been adopted by her foster parents.



Prissy
Prissy is 1 of 31 dogs living in the horrific conditions of a hoarding situation. They were born on this property and have been living in pens that do not even have doors. They have never been out of these pens.  The owner of the dogs is in jail for allowing the dogs to live in unsanitary and inhumane conditions. Most were never even touched by a person, yet they have all shown us what we already know about these magnificent creatures. They only want to Love and be Loved! They are the most loyal beings on the planet. They will be your best friend and they will not blame you for anything from their past. Please visit their Facebook page "Help the Griffin, GA Mud Dogs" to see some of the before and after stories, but most importantly, look at the now stories.  Prissy was taken in by Cherokee County Humane Society and has currently been adopted and is in her forever home.



       



Allie

Allie is a female Lab mix estimated to be 1-2 years old. When we got to her she did not want us to catch her. We had to crawl under a porch and corner her with food, crates and 5 different people to finally catch her. She was very scared and did not take to being in the crate. She used the bathroom all over herself and her crate, but she eventually calmed down and fell asleep.

Health

Upon examination at the vet it was discovered that Allie is currently to emaciated to be spayed. With some good food and supplements, she’ll be healthy enough soon.

Personality

Allie was kept outside with several other dogs. She is not aggressive, but she is very scared. She needs to learn to trust and know she is loved.

History

Allie came from a hoarding case of 60+ animals. There were dogs, cats and farm animals. She was kept outside and in a garage and fed off the ground. Her and her property mates did not have any boundaries or training. They were “yard dogs”. With the help of rescue groups, volunteers and vet offices, we were able to rescue Allie and many of her property mates and get them vet care and into fosters.

Current Status

Allie was taken in by Cherokee Humane Society and is currently has been adopted and is in her forever home.

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