Hello! I recently adopted Blue and wanted to just share that she is doing amazing! She was in Homeless Pets and stole my heart. She plays with my other dogs and loves going for walks. Blue loves the dog park and running around like there is no tomorrow. She has chewed up a remote, three pairs of shoes, and a couple stuffed toys but we love her anyway. She sleeps in my bed and snores in my ear and I feel like the luckiest person in the world. She still needs to put on weight but is slowly adding more good fat to her body becoming healthy! -Brianna Stoddard
Phil Good DVM
Dr. Phil Good, owner of Town & Country Veterinary Clinic, received his Bachelor of Science with highest honors in Chemical Engineering from Georgia Tech in 2006. Phil finally came to his senses, realizing he’d much rather work with animals than in a chemical plant. Dr. Good obtained his doctorate in veterinary medicine from UGA in 2011.
From homeless to happy. Hulk, now called Hank, got a loving set of people-parents and two canine companions out of this deal. It’s rewarding to help our community’s homeless animals this way. Thank you for supporting adoption!
Siblings, Caitlyn & Cayley, were adopted a couple of weeks ago and are settling in great in their new home. Happy purrs sweet girls!
Lulu got a lawyer daddy who also has a wife, a pack of rescue dogs and a big ranch! She’ll fit in perfectly and get to roam and explore like she was meant to. Congratulations Lulu!
When our cat passed away after 15 years, we decided to adopt another cat. We chose Carmen. She is a young, feisty girl with plenty of catitude! She quickly “claimed” her domain and set forth establishing the hierarchy with the four dogs. It didn’t take them long to realize who was now in charge. -Dean…
Little Lexi found a family to fit into. She gets a new dad and sister plus a furry brother named Sebastian. She claimed a spot in her sis’s lap immediately and grabbed onto her arm as if to say – “I’m going wherever you are!” Congratulations to all!
After recovering from the worst of a bad wreck, this lady decided she needed a friend to keep her motivated with exercise, a companion to keep her company and someone to love. Bama is happy she picked her! (And she’ll get more used to being picked up and bear-hugged!). Thank you for adopting, not shopping!