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In shelter Dog

Winder, GA, 30680
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These poor babies were found in a car in a parking lot in JULY! They were tied to the gearshift with a rope. A good samaritan heard the puppies crying as the car was about to be towed away. The police let them have the puppies and we said we would help them. The morning they were brought in they began to look miserable and had very upset tummys. Our fears came to light when they both tested positive for Parvo. Havent these babies been through enough???? They are stable and getting better every day. Thank goodness they were at our vet partner that morning!!!!

While they are healing we can start taking applications. Once they have been cleared for adoption we will update the bio with some of their personalities.

In the meantime, we would love sponsorships to help pay for their care. Parvo is pretty pricey and this is x2. Thank you! www.pupandcatco.comWe do not have a shelter facility and our pets are housed in foster homes, vet clinics and local boarding facilities.

Many of our adoptable pets attend adoption events each Saturday at Mall of Georgia Petsmart in Buford, Georgia from 11:30-3:00 pm

Please check with us to find out if a particular pet will be available. Dogs going to adoption event are typically posted on our Facebook page the day prior.

Details about our adoption procedures can be seen at


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