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In shelter Dog

Waynesville, GA, 31566
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Rover came to us with 2 day old puppies who were some of the most beautiful babies we have ever had! Rover has definitely had a rough life. We are trying to acclimate her to house life. You can tell someone has told her over and over shes not allowed inside. She is more comfortable outside but is learning that inside is okay. She would do fine with any other dog and children. Shes very gentle and sweet. She does get a little scared on leash but is food motivated and relaxes quick. She is HW positive but on slow kill and she does not need anything further. No limitations. Just give her monthly prevention and she will be fine and negative soon. Please consider showing Rover that life has just begun and shes worthy of a family of her own who deserves to be part of the family and not segregated outside. Please fill out the application at to get started with adoption.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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