From the Briarcliff Animal Clinic.
Just because you never know who's out there reading and in the market for a new pet, or who might be swayed by the right spayed or neutered animal:
Recently, when the Clayton County Animal Control had to greatly reduce their dog population, the Briarcliff Animal Foundation adopted four dogs, which were scheduled for euthanasia. We have provided appropriate medical treatment, spayed and neutered them, and given them their vaccinations. They are now ready for adoption into foster or permanent homes. We need your help in finding homes for them. The dogs are:
Betty, a spayed, black female Australian Shepherd mix is a very sweet, shy dog. She weighs about 40 pounds and may become a Frisbee champion with the right training. She is about 2 years old, is anxious to please, and needs a loving adoptive home.
Maggie, a spayed, brindle boxer-pit-bull mix is very sweet. She weighs about 20 pounds and is about 6 months old. She is very affectionate and eager to please.
Mama Cass, a spayed yellow lab (purebreed) is about two years
old and weighs about 50 pounds. She had heartworms when we got her, but has been treated and will be healthy. She is very sweet. and calm.
Wally, is a red-brown neutered male chow mix, weighing about 60 pounds. He is about 2 years old. When we received Wally, he was having ear problems and has had surgery on both ears. He is recovering nicely and should not have any more health problems.
All of these dogs have been given a thorough physical exam, provided medical treatment where warranted, and have been given all of their vaccinations. They are ready to go into loving homes. If you or someone you know are interested in adopting one of these dogs, please call (404) 874-6303, the Briarcliff Animal Clinic, or respond to this email.
As always, we appreciate your support. These pets could not be up for adoption without your generous support of the Foundation.