PLEASE HELP ME FIND MY DOG!!! Jazzy was staying with friends while I was on vacation in Fl. She was last seen 9/12/14 near Nesbit Ferry Rd and Spaulding Drive. She’s not wearing her tags and she is very sweet and shy. She has no front teeth, is a red long haired dachshund. Her name is Jazzy but will come to Jazzy Mae, Jasmine, Mushy….she has a chip for ID. Please help us find her…I rescued her a few years ago and I can’t live without her. REWARD OFFERED, NO QUESTIONS ASKED!
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On my way to take my youngest daughter to pre-school at PAS, we happened upon a struggling kitty on the side of Mount Vernon Road next to the Jehovah Witness hall. She had evidently just got hit by a car, and the perpetrator left her for dead. So I pulled over, scooped her up, and dashed to the good people at the Dunwoody Animal Medical Center. I had thought that they could end her suffering there, but no: Despite her injuries, she is on the mend.
Please contact me or stop by DAMC if this is your cat. She is very sweet.
If this is not your cat, donations will be accepted to cover the cost of her medical treatment.
On Sept. 11, 2001, Genelle Guzman-McMillan was working in her office in the World Trade Center when she heard a terrible noise outside. As she raced down the stairs, she felt the building collapse around her.
Twenty-seven hours later, she would be the final living person rescued from the rubble at Ground Zero. She was not found by a human equipped with special gear. Instead, her savior was a dog.
“It’s so awesome that the dogs could have this kind of sense, to find people buried under the rubble,” Guzman-McMillan told Animal Planet for the new documentary “Hero Dogs of 9/11.” “I felt total renewed life in me. … That was the most joyful moment.” Read the rest of this amazing story about hero dogs of 9/11 on Today Pets
Thank you to Dunwoody Veterinary Center, one of our premium sponsors this week, for offering another great giveaway to keep our Aha! subscribers pets in tip top shape!
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Small black terrier spotted on Spalding Drive near Rivergate at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 5th. This dog was very skittish and shy. He was running in traffic. Someone else saw him near Dunwoody Country club a few days ago. A picture will follow. my husband sent a photo of the dog to you by email a few minutes ago subject :lost dog on Spaulding Dr.
Wag & Wash is the mobile pet washing service for you! We are Emily Benston, Audrey Benson, Rachel Thornton, and Megan Rothberg. We have made this business as a fundraiser for our Academy of Finance trip to NYC. We will come wash your pet, all you need to supply is the water!
Email us to set up an appointment.
Thanks for your support!
I have 2 inside cats, brother and sister, that I need to give away to a loving family. They are 1 1/2 years old. They are very loving and sweet.