Mr. Cheeky (formerly Chico) was my first foster dog. I was determined to find the very best home for him and I did. It just happened to be mine! He was at Homeless Pets because his owner fell on hard times and was living out of her car. Now he greets me and my husband at the door with a big smile on his face. Literally! He pulls back his lips and shows his teeth in a wide happy grin. He only does this when we come home from work. It makes for a warm welcome! He’s a constant bright spot in our lives! -Leanne Thomassen (HPF Volunteer)
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.
This cute family stopped to “window shop” and left with a new friend! Rodi the wire-haired dachshund loves everyone so we know she will fit in well in her new home and enjoy playing with the Maltese the family already has. Thank you for ADOPTING!
One look at this pup’s picture online and this couple new they needed to be saving Grace. Thank you for adopting!
Gabe is sitting pretty now in his new home! This family saw Gabe at our adoption event two Saturdays ago at Petsmart Johnson Ferry Rd. They admired Gabe’s sweet personality and composure, then headed back home. The kids wouldn’t stop talking about him (and there may have been some pleading and tears) and eventually Mom…
And BonBon makes three! This is the first dog for these two as a couple and they were so happy to take BonBon home. BonBon now goes by Lucy and is doing great with her new family. Thank you for adopting!
We adopted Jenny this past September. She has a kitty brother that she is very sweet to. We tried several rescues before we found one that wouldn’t chase our cat. At 8 years old, she is content to sit by a warm fire and stay close to her family. She is so well behaved. We…