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Beginning on Monday, Feb. 2nd, the lower section of the parking lot will be closed to vehicles. The dog park itself will be open, you’ll just have to park in the upper section. The first stage of the makeover is focusing on storm water drainage.
Please be extra careful about having your dogs on-leash until you get inside the first gate! If off-leash dogs interfere with the workers in any way, the City has the right to close the park completely until the makeover is completed.
Hello everyone. Today, Lamby, our dog, escaped the house (Dunwoody) and is currently missing. She is around 7 lbs and is a white toy poodle. If you see her or hear of anyone who has seen her, please please contact me. Any help would be greatly appreciated. please share this to spread the word!
My name is Amanda Williams. I grew up in Dunwoody and recently finished my masters degree in Human Development and Family Studies from The University of Alabama. I am interested in working as a babysitter, petsitter or tutor. I drive a safe SUV and can transport kids as needed. I love animals of all kinds and have experience with big dogs. I have excellent references available upon request. Thank you.
Thinking of adding to the family? This Saturday from 1 to 4 Ruff Rescue will be at your local Unleashed in Dunwoody with hopes of finding a forever home for homeless pets. Whenever you adopt a pet from Unleashed you are eligible for our think adoption first care and savings program. You’ll get instant savings on food and supplies as well as monthly care tips. Stop by and meet these pets in need of loving homes . 5566 Chamblee Dunwoody Road Dunwoody Georgia 30338
My daughter works as an assistant-manager at an apartment complex in Lithonia. She had seen a kitten coming around trying to get food morsels and trying to come into her office for about 3 weeks. She asked several people who it belonged to but could not find any answers until a day or few days before Christmas. Apparently the people had moved out 3 weeks prior and left it behind.
She asked me to bring him home. I was a little leery because it had been outside and I have an almost 12 year old female cat. Nonetheless I couldn’t see this poor little one left in the cold chasing squirrels for food. We asked her office if he could become the “office cat” but they said no :(.
She brought him home and we have been taking care of him since then.
The issue is that he is very young and tends to terrorize (because he wants to play) my 12 year old female. She is at the point that she will not come out from under my bed unless she has to go use the litter box. He watches for her and pounces on her. I know he doesn’t mean any Read More »