Pee Wee was rescued from a high kill shelter. We suspect that he was abused by a man, because he would get very scared and bark when a man would walk near him. This made him a very difficult dog to place. We brought him to a dog trainer to help him deal with his trust issues. Shortly after he graduated from his obedience class, after being with us for 1 year, the perfect family met him at Petsmart in Marietta. A couple of weeks later they made it official and he was a permanent member of their family!
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.
Fred is doing great! From the moment he got to my apartment, he seemed super happy and right at home. It was as if he’d been here his whole life! He is always looking for some pets and a cuddle, and just purrs his heart out! He helps out around the house as well –…
Toffee is the first dog for this young lady and her husband. They just moved here from Pennsylvania so can explore our state with their new furry friend. Toffee gets two cat siblings our of the bargain too.
Liam, another one of our special needs babies, found his forever home this week! Happy purrs sweet boy!
We would be lost without all of the activity provided by our Alex and Abbey. They are so much fun and keep us constantly entertained playing with each other. We are delighted we adopted them. Thanks to the folks at Homeless Pets Foundation for bringing us together. -Ron and Carolyn