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Moo Moo   

In shelter Dog

Gillsville, GA, 30543
Pet name:
Moo Moo
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Moo Moo is a charming 8 year old pup who LOVES attention and wants to be the center of it!! He is spry for his age and enjoys playing & running with other dogs on property. He is good with children but has not been exposed to Kitties. Moo Moo is a small Pointer mix and has that laid back, loyal hound dog personality. At Moo Moos intake vet appointment, his heartworm test came back as a light positive. We are choosing to do the slow kill method due to his age and it being a light positive. Moo Moo is currently living outside, but we desperately want him living the good life as an inside pupper. Were hoping to find a foster or foster to adopt family who will give him lots of love and a comfy place to sleep. Moo Moo does well with leash walking, but we feel he needs a fenced yard to hang out with his new family. Moo Moo & Kodak (Moo Moos doppelgnger/son) came from a situation where they were allowed to roam free until Animal Control said no more. Their owners want the best for these pups so are surrendering them to DRDR. DRDR provides vetting, monthly preventatives, Heartworm treatment, food, crate for anyone wanting to foster/foster to adopt Moo Moo or Kodak. Fill out an foster or adoption application for a meet and greet, you wont be sorry! Apply for Moo Moo at


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