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In shelter Dog

Madison, GA, 30650
Pet name:
Chow Chow
Breed: Shar Pei/Lab Mix
Gender: Male
DOB: 11/01/2015
Adoption Fee: $175
Bud is big silly boy that came into the shelter Heartworm Positive. After many months of preparing for heartworm treatment, the treatments, limited exercise and time recuperating. He is now Heartworm Free and ready to find his perfect forever home. Bud is an independent boy that will let you know how he feels about things. He doesnt bark a lot but will let you know when its time for his walks or dinner. Speaking of dinner, Bud could benefit from a home that can take him on long daily walks and help him be more active. During his heartworm treatments he was limited exercise and has put on a few extra pounds. He doesnt need strenuous exercise but long brisk walks would do so much for his weight and over all health. Bud would prefer to be an only dog, he loves being the center of attention and can be a little bossy with other dogs. Bud is one of a kind with his funny personality and big heart with lots of love to give to his future owner. Please consider Bud to be your new best friend!!!Please read the animal bios completely before requesting additional information as we do our best to answer the most frequently ask questions in these bios. 

In order to adopt one of our animals an application must be submitted and approved. You can find these applications by going to 

The shelter address is 1170 Fairground Rd. Madison, GA 30650. For more information on any of our pets, please feel free to email us at INFO@HUMANEMORGAN.ORG give us a call at 706-343-9977. 
All dogs are heartworm negative, current on vaccines/dewormings, and microchipped. 
All cats are FeLv/FIV negative, current on vaccines/dewormings, and microchipped. 
We are open 10am-5pm Monday-Saturday, we schedule our last adoption at 4pm everyday to allow our staff enough time to feed and walk dogs. 
We are an animal shelter and therefore are not able to individually potty train our residents. Many adult dogs do arrive house broken however due to animal behavior any change in environment will make an emotional impact on the animals and therefore initiate unwanted behaviors during the acclamation period. Please keep this in mind. Puppies do not have the biological maturity to maintain absolute bladder or bowel control and will require a certain degree of potty training and house breaking. Please consider the time and commitment it takes to provide the necessary building blocks for these special babies, prior to submitting your application. 
If you have any questions please email us at and provide name of the animal you are interested in, in the subject line. 
Thank you, HSMC Staff 

ADOPTION FEES Adoption Fees may change without notice. Always verify the fee when finalizing the adoption. 
~ Cats and Kittens ~ 
* Under 1 Year = $100 
* 1-5 Years = $75 
* Over 5 Years = $50 
** Purebred cats and kittens may be subject to special pricing 

~ Mix Breed Dogs ~ 
* Under 1 Year = $200 
* 1 -3 Years = $175 
* 4-8 Years = $150 
* Over 8 Years = $100

~ Purebred and Designer Breed Dogs ~ 
* Under 1 Year = $375 
* 1-3 Years = $350 
* 4-8 Years = $275 
* Over 8 Years = $150 

~ Medical and Special Needs ~ 
We have rescued dogs and cats which require additional medical care or that have special needs which are not life threatening. In these cases we may require a higher fee to help recoup the costs of their care while at our rescue.

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