We adopted Sweetie Pie from Dr. Good and we love her. I have pledged to Dr. Good to become an active member of the Homeless Pets Foundation and I am excited to help! -Kim Kalla Donoan
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.
We’ve got the warm fuzzies about this adoption. We pulled Star from Cobb County Animal Control because they were full. Star’s a shy and sweet 70-lb gal. She never made a peep at adoption events or in her cage at the shelter. Happily, her gentle manner caught the eye of this family who sent us…
This couple had been missing their boxer who died 2 years ago and got excited when they saw Jethro up for adoption at one of our events last weekend. Jethro is homeless no more! Congrats and thank you for adopting!
Chevy’s past is a mystery. He came into the Homeless Pets Foundation at 32lbs back in March…as a full grown boxer. To say the least, he was severely emaciated and needed nutrition! With some love from Homeless Pets and a great new family, he’s now a strong, healthy 75lbs of pure love 🙂 Chevy’s new…
Precious, timid Honey scored at her very first adoption event! Hurrah for Honey who got a wonderful new family and a furry friend named Oreo to play with too! Honey and Oreo – sounds like a sweet combo! Thank you for adopting!
Benny is one of our long term cats that we’ve had for over a year. He went home with a nice woman who’d been contemplating a new pet for a while. She visited us today and fell in love with Benny. Happy purrs sweet boy!