Spring is quickly approaching and new threats to you and your pooch will be on the rise. With this new season, there are certain preparations that will be very beneficial for you, your canine companion, and your home. It is important to follow these steps to make sure you are creating a happy and healthy future for your dog!
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The Ark Pet Spa and Hotel
Please be on the lookout for Bella, a 12 year old female yellow lab, weighing approx. 80 pounds. Something scared her and she pulled out of her collar and leash at about 10:00pm Tuesday night. She was running toward Charter Peachford Hospital off of Peachford Rd. near N. Peachtree Rd. She is very friendly, but obviously spooked at the moment. Please help!
by Audra Anders
Have you ever experienced “sticker shock” when checking out at your veterinarian’s cashier? Specifically, the cost of pet medication makes my eyes bulge. George is worth it (more so than anyone else in my family). But still…. Ouch.
My best friend/co-worker/best dog in the universe takes three kinds of medications, the typical flea and heart-worm preventives plus in his senior years he has developed an extreme aversion to thunderstorms. George will wake me up in the middle of the night requesting the wonder gel Read More »
We picked up this flyer from a rescue group off Cobb Parkway this weekend. Laddie is a beautiful dog, 5 years old, and spayed.
Please help us find William! He disappeared from Tyndall Court on March 10, 2017. Neutered male, has a chip, very sweet, 2 years old.
Found Golden Retriever with blue collar with no tags. Please contact if you recognize.
I lost my dog when I was walking around the Silver Lake trail in Brittney Club around 1 pm on 3/20 just where the first wooden bridge is. She bolted when she heard a noise and ran off up the hill. She is a BLACK (with a white stripe down the middle of her chest area and three white toes) MEDIUM SIZED LABRADOR RETRIEVER (42 pounds). She is VERY timid and scared , if you approach her , it is important to stay CALM, PATIENT, AND QUIET. She has all her tags (with address and phone #) and is microchipped with our information. Her pink retractable leash is also still attached. Her name is Luna, and please help us find her , we only adopted her 2 days ago , and we love her very much.
Bruce is approximately four years old, altered, UTD, negative for FIV, FELV, etc. Abandoned by his first family, he was fed outside by a family too allergic to allow him indoors. Now a total indoor convert, he’s a litter box guru (not one accident in the two months he’s been with us). Loves to play, hang with his humans, and even likes car rides! Bruce would do best if the only cat in the home. Adoption fee and agreement required.
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Barbara Ann McIntosh
Nina is a beautiful 3 year old Husky/Lab/Golden Retriever mix with a sweet and gentle spirit. She loves to play (especially with her toy hotdog) and enjoys anything that allows her to be active and outdoors. She is very friendly and open, which is why she is great with kids. Nina is extremely intelligent and alert, she makes a great watch dog and can also entertain those around her with her ability to pick up new tricks quickly. She’s always cheerful and and adores giving kisses! She’s house trained and loves to “talk” she’ll gladly let you know when she’s hungry or needs a bathroom break. Nina would make a great companion.
We have lost our “red” standard poodle, Penny. She is the color of a copper penny and was last seen on Spalding by Woodland Elementary heading towards Roswell Road. She is shy, so we ask that you don’t chase her, but please call 404-218-6737 with any information. Thank you!