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In shelter Dog

Dawson, GA, 31742
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Allie is a 1-2 year old small lab/bulldog mix who was picked up as a stray by animal control and not reclaimed. After some needed veterinary care, she is now healthy and ready to be adopted! Allie is a very sweet dog with an excellent temperament. She never meets a stranger and is generally happy being where ever the humans are, she is eager to please all. She is good with kids and other dogs, untested with cats. She will be an excellent pet for someone. She is spayed, up to date with shots, treated for heartworms/current on prevention and crate trained. If you would like to make Allie your newest family member, please submit an adoption application at

Adoption fee is $85 and includes all veterinary care

We prescreen all applicants prior to a meeting. If you would like to be screened, please submit an adoption application at

We do allow out of state adoptions. However, we do not ship nor transport sight unseen pets for many reasons. We require travel in person adoption.

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Humane Society of Terrell County

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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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