Success Stories

Rockie

Rockie

8/27/15:  Please welcome Rockie!  Rockie has joined us due to the divorce of his parents.  He is overweight, has palate issues and is not neutered.  He will be evaluated by Dr Rush tomorrow. Rockie is four years old.  He likes dogs and children but he has never met a cat.  He has always lived with another bulldog that was also […]

Becca

Becca

8/27/15:  Please welcome Becca!  Becca has joined us due to the divorce of her parents.  She has already been spayed and is up to date on her vaccinations. It appears she has been well cared for.  She will be evaluated by Dr Rush tomorrow. Becca is three years old.  She likes dogs and children but […]

Weston

Weston

8/27/15:  Please welcome Weston!  His owner had to surrender him because he has to leave the county for his career.  We are told he is healthy and already neutered.  He will be evaluated by Dr Rush tomorrow. He is seven years old.  He likes dogs and children but has never been around cats. Update 8/28/15:  We discovered […]

Dalton

Dalton

8/20/15:  Please welcome Dalton!  His previous owners dropped him off at the shelter because they no longer wanted him.  Thank you to Cheryl for letting us know about him and to Lee for transporting him to safety. He will spend the next two weeks at the vet in shelter quarantine then he will move into […]

Latte

Latte

8/17/15:  Please welcome Latte!  Latte has spent the past five weeks home alone when her caretakers had to move out of the house because of foreclosure.  They stopped by every few days to give her some food and water.  A concerned neighbor also visited with her and got permission to help find her a new […]

Cristal

Cristal

8/8/15:  Please welcome Cristal!  Cristal was picked up as a stray by animal control in Georgia.  She is extremely underweight and heartworm positive. She is three years old. She likes other dogs and children but hates cats.  She met one at the vet clinic and it did not go well (the cat was not harmed). […]

Penna and Cashton

Penna and Cashton

8/7/15:  Please welcome Penna and Cashton! One of their owners passed away forcing the other owner to move into a place that did not allow dogs.  The owner handed them over to a friend of friend and this person contact us to take them in.   We are not sure if they ever lived in an […]

Reba

Reba

8/7/15: Please welcome Reba! She was a stray that found herself in safe hands with someone that called us for help. She has a cherry eye, eye infection, double ear infection and skin infection. We believe she is around two years old. He likes other dogs. She has not met any cats that we know […]

Noodle

Noodle

8/5/15: Please welcome Noodle! Noodle was surrendered to the Richmond County Animal Shelter in Augusta, GA. The previous owners were placed in a nursing home, and the owners children surrendered him to the shelter with no name, records, or knowing his age. The shelter transported Noodle to Martinez Animal Hospital so that he could begin […]

Belle

Belle

7/20/15:  Please welcome Belle!  Belle’s owners surrender her to rescue because they no longer wanted to tend to her occasional skin issues.  We are unsure what these skin issues are from; her skin looks great at the moment!  Hopefully with good food she will no longer have any skin issues.  She has been breed at […]

Leon

Leon

7/19/15: Please welcome Leon! Leon is only 7 weeks old born on 5/27/15. Leon is a breeder surrender from NC. Leons breeder was going to euthanize him due to his incontinence issues. Leon is currently having some incontinence issue of his bowel movements where he is requiring stimulation. Leons anus is also open and not […]

Charlotte

Charlotte

7/1/15:  Please welcome Charlotte!  Her owners found out she had some orthopedic issues so they tried to give her away on Craigslist.  One of our volunteers, Matt, made arrangments to get her before she ended up in the wrong hands. She had a check up with Dr Rush last week and is now up to […]

Pookie – Adoption Pending

Pookie – Adoption Pending

6/20/2015- Please welcome Pookie! Pookie was born on 4/23/2015 and was surrendered by her breeder to GEBR at 7 weeks of age so that she could receive the care she needed with her legs. Both of Pookies front legs are deformed & knuckling. Pookie also has worms and very underweight for her age. She only […]

Wanda

Wanda

6/13/15: Please welcome Wanda!  She found herself at a shelter in Gainesville, Ga. Nobody came looking for her so the shelter called us when her stray hold was up.  Susan and Ty picked her up the next day. She has ear and eye infections as well as a skin infection and double cherry eyes.  She […]

Chanel

Chanel

6/9/2015: Please welcome Chanel! Chanel is a military owner surrender. Owners stated she is crate trained, but been stubborn with house breaking, but does goes outside to potty. Chanel is current with her vaccines, heartworm negative, but has developed some health issues that the owners are unable to financial care for at this time and […]

Frankie

Frankie

5/28/15:  Please welcome Frankie!  Frankie’s original owners had to move away with the military so they left Frankie in GA with some friends.  Unfortunately these friends have not taken great care of Frankie.  His owners asked us if we could take him into rescue and find him a family that will commit to taking care […]

Brentley

Brentley

5/22/15:  Please welcome Brentley!  Brentley’s owners no longer wanted to take care of her so they surrendered her to their local shelter in NC.  After she was vaccinated one of the shelter volunteers set up her up in a foster home where she has been for the past few weeks.  She appears to be healthy and […]

Jill

Jill

5/8/2015: Please welcome Jill. Jill was an owner surrender, born 12/20/2014. Owner had a change in family circumstance and became overwhelmed with owning 2 young bulldogs and wanted to ensure that Jill and her brother Jack would go to a good forever home and receive the care they need. Update 5/9/15: Jill was seen by […]

Little Jack

Little Jack

5/8/15: Please welcome Little Jack! Jack was an owner surrender, born 12/20/2014. Owner had a change in family circumstance and became overwhelmed with owning 2 young bulldogs and wanted to ensure that Jack and his sister Jill would go to a good forever home and receive the care they need. Update 5/9/15: Jack was seen […]

Piggy

Piggy

5/7/15:  Please welcome Piggy!  Piggy was adopted from a shelter a few weeks ago.  Her adopters had her spayed and did entropian surgery on her eyes.  But they quickly learned she was not house broken and could no longer keep her.  They called us and we took her into rescue.  She has no healthy issues.  […]

Punkin

Punkin

4/26/15:  Please welcome Punkin!  Punkin was taken in by a nice person who knew she was not being treated so well in her home.  This person knew she could not keep her but she wanted to get her the help she needed.  She contacted her local shelter and then contacted us.  Two days later she […]

Avery

Avery

4/16/15:  Please welcome Avery!  Her owner received her as a gift when she was puppy and now she finds herself in our rescue.  Her owner could not keep up with the “bulldog issues”.  She has a double ear infection, an eye infection, and a  skin infection.  She was already spayed before joining rescue. She will be five […]

Miles

Miles

3/23/2015: Please welcome Miles! Miles is a breeder surrender from Elgin, SC. Miles was born 2/3/2015. Miles breeder believed that he was a swimmer and prolapsed rectum. Miles is not current with his vaccinations. Miles was seen today by Martinez Animal hospital. Dr. Brown stated that both of Miles rear legs knees are turned in […]

Tator Tot

Tator Tot

3/5/15:  Please welcome Tator Tor!  Her family came into financial trouble and could not afford vet care any longer so they surrendered her to GEBR.  She needs to be vaccinated and spayed.  She has dry eye that has gone untreated or some time.   By the looks of her skin she probably has a grain allergy as well. She is five […]

Pearl

Pearl

2/21/15:  Please welcome Pearl!  Aubee, now Pearl found herself in a Metro Atlanta animal control at the beginning of February. We attempted to rescue her at that time but our calls fell on deaf ears. Instead she was adopted to someone “who always wanted a bulldog” but didn’t do their research and weren’t prepared. To […]

Winnie

Winnie

2/19/15: Please welcome Winnie! Winnie was surrendered to the Charleston Animal Society because her family stated they could no longer care for her. Winnie is an Olde English Bulldog and weighs about 66lbs. Winnie is spayed, current on vaccines, and heartworm negative. Her right eye was removed. Winnie did come into rescue with many medical needs […]

Tuck

Tuck

2/19/15: Please welcome Tuck! Tuck is an Olde English Bulldog that weights 90lbs. He is neutered, heartworm negative and current with vaccines. Tuck was stray that was brought into the Charleston Animal Society. Tuck currently has some skin issues going on due to fleas. Tuck has the most sweetest laid back temperament and desires human […]

Val

Val

2/18/15:  Please welcome Val!  Val was recently sold by her breeder to another breeder and vet.  But it was quickly discovered that she had some “leaky lady parts”.  With the help of the breeder the owners surrendered her to GEBR for testing and treatment.  She flew from Illinois to Georgia with a pet nanny to join our […]

Sweets

Sweets

2/12/15: Please welcome Sweets! Sweets came into care from Florida & approximately 3 1/2 years of age.  Her owners had a baby 10 days ago,  and placed Sweets into a bathroom because she became excited with the baby in the swing and snapped at her or the swing. Since Sweets has been at with the […]

Nina

Nina

2/11/15:  Please welcome Nina! Nina was rescued from a metro Atlanta shelter shortly after she was surrendered by her uncaring owners/ irresponsible backyard breeders.   Nina has been horribly neglected during these first 12 months of her life.  She has a spinal abnormality and is unable to walk.  By all appearances, she was left to sit in […]

Reese

Reese

2/7/15: Please welcome Reese!  She was born 11/15/14. Reese was sold by a breeder at 8 weeks old and went to live with her new forever family. At the time when Reese was sold she was walking,  running,  and a normal healthy puppy. Approximately 1-week after being in the new families home one morning Reese […]

Jack

Jack

2/3/15:  Please welcome Jack!  Jack was loved and well cared for by his family.  Jack was experiencing severe environmental allergies to the farm they lived on. Jack would be isolated and not socialized for long periods of time due to his severe skin infections from his allergies that would turn into staph infections. His family […]

Yoshi

Yoshi

1/31/15:  Please welcome Yoshi!  Yoshi needs a few medical procedures that his family can not afford to get done for him because of their own medical bills.  Unfortunately one of the family members has fallen ill. Yoshi needs to be neutered, he needs his palate shortened and he needs his tail amputated.  He will have his surgery in […]

Annabelle

Annabelle

1/31/15:  Please welcome Annabelle! She is a senior, teeny little bully from AL, who’s family could not longer care for her.  Thank you Chad for helping her find her way to GEBR! She’s a bit stiff, has dry eye and had a bit of labored breathing when she was dropped her off with Dr. Rush […]

Joon

Joon

1/29/15:  Please welcome Joon!  Joon was a stray found in Fulton county.  She was very happy to be sprung yesterday and is now resting at Dr. Ross’ for a couple of weeks.  She is heart worm positive and very thin.  Poor girl, it looks like she was a breeding machine.   Good news is her eye […]

Ace

Ace

1/25/15:  Please welcome Ace!  He was an owner surrender to a friend of our rescue.  Our friend then called us and turned him over to GEBR. He is three years old.  He likes dogs.  We do not know if he likes kids or cats. Update 1/26/15:  Ace saw Dr Rush today for vaccinations and surgery.  […]

Riggins

Riggins

1/23/15:  Please welcome Riggins!  Riggins was found near a church in late December by the Whitmire family.  They brought him home that day and then took him to the vet the next day.  He was covered in mange and they knew he needed help.  They began treatment and a few weeks later contacted us to […]

Grover

Grover

1/22/15:  Please welcome Grover!  He was a stray that came to us from a local shelter.  Thank you Darlene for getting him to safety. We are currently treating an upper respiratory infection.  Once that clears up he will ne neutered. He is approximately seven months old.  We have not seen around dogs, cats or children. Once […]

Myrtle

Myrtle

1/10/15:  Please welcome Myrtle!  She was a stray that came to us from a local shelter. Her eyes are covered in yuk, but hopefully it is not infection.  She is not spayed yet and she is heartworm positive. At this time we do not know her age or if she likes dogs, cats or children. […]

Rey

Rey

1/7/15:  Please welcome Rey!  Rey was recently taking in by a family but one of the family member is allergic to her so they called us to take her in.  From what we know Rey spent the last three months with a woman that found her in an abandoned house.  The house had been empty […]

Sadee and Bruce

Sadee and Bruce

1/3/15:  Please welcome Sadee and Bruce!  Bruce and Sadie are a result from a divorce. Wife in the divorce wanted to hurt her ex-husband so she requested to keep the them. But shortly after the divorce she wanted to go on vacation, and was never home so she evicted they did not like the big dogs […]

Pac

Pac

1/1/15:  Please welcome Pac!  Pac is an owner surrender that needs a family more suited for him.  His family got him from a friend a year ago and they were having a hard time keeping up with him, another dog and two kids. He is already neutered and seems to be taken care of.  He does […]

Sage and Nicholi

Sage and Nicholi

1/1/15:  Please welcome Sage and Nicholi!  Their parents came into hard times and had to surrender them to rescue so they can get the care they need.  They have always been together and we plan to adopt them into a home that has room for both of them.  They are currently at Dr Rush’s office […]

Dee and Roxx

Dee and Roxx

12/19/14 – Please welcome Dee and Roxx!  A friend of the rescue acquired these dogs from their owner through Craigslist so that she can turn them over to rescue to get them the help and home they deserve.  We believe the most recent owner only had them a few months and that he got them […]

Snooki

Snooki

12/11/14: Please welcome Snooki!  Snooki has been battling some digestive issues for the past two months.  Dr Rush will be reviewing her old vet records and test results in attempt to get to the bottom of it.  Right now she is on prescription dog food and anti nausea medicine. Update 12/18/19:  Snooki spend the last […]

Deez

Deez

11/20/14:  Please welcome Deez.  His owner is no longer able to provide for Deez so she asked us to take care of him.  Deez is and has been suffering for some time now from mange, a yeast infection, a bacteria infection and double ear infections.  Thank you to Sophia, Shannon and Scott for getting him from […]

Sadie

Sadie

11/19/14:  Please welcome Sadie!  Sadie’s’ most recent owner got her from a friend but can no longer care of her so she is now a part of GEBR.  She was already spayed when she came into rescue.  She is now up to date on her vaccinations and we are treating a skin and double ear infections. She will be […]

Finn

Finn

11/9/14:  Please welcome Finn!  Tesha found Finn wondering around on a very busy road in her neighborhood.  She attempted to find his owner by knocking on doors and posting him on many different lost and found pages on FB.  She took him to a vet to see if he had a microchip but he did […]

Dopey

Dopey

11/9/14:  Please welcome Dopey!  Dopey’s previous owner is a single mom of two with a third child on the way.  She didn’t feel that she had time for Dopey any longer so she asked us to take him in.  How could we say no to the big sweet face!  Amanda picked him up and he […]

Clemmy

Clemmy

11/9/14:  Please welcome Clemmy!  Clemmy’s owners are moving in the spring and say they can not take her with them.  We are not sure why nor do we care.  She is safe with us and that is all that matters now. Clemmy has been taken care of all of her life.  She is already spayed […]

Sassy

Sassy

10/26/14:  Please welcome Sassy!  Sassy’s most recent owner removed her from a bad home a while back.  She  has taken care of her up until now but they decided it was time for her to join rescue and find her forever home. She is at our vet’s office now getting a full exam.  It appears that she has […]

Chubby

Chubby

10/24/14:  Please welcome Chubby!  Chubby came to us from a shelter in SC.  Before arriving at the shelter Chubby was living in the back of an SUV with a few other dogs.  Her owners did not want to pay the pet deposit at the place they were living so they just let the dogs live […]

Daisy Dukes

Daisy Dukes

10/23/14:  Please welcome Daisy Dukes!  Her family fell on hard times and could longer provide for her so we welcomed her into rescue. She is already spayed and up to date on her vaccinations.  We are told she suffers from allergy issues and that she hurt her leg a few months back. She spent the […]

Eli

Eli

10/23/14: Please welcome Eli!  Darlene busted him out of the shelter this morning and he now safe at our vet’s office.  Thanks for saving Eli Darlene! He was picked up as a stray.  He does not have a microchip and no one went to the shelter looking for him. As of right now we know […]

Winslow

Winslow

10/20/14: Please welcome Winslow ! He is on his way to us from a Humane Society in Savannah. His owners no longer wanted him so they dropped him off at the Humane Society. Typically Humane Society’s will adopt out dogs to the public not turn them over to rescue. But once they learned he had […]

Maxamillion

Maxamillion

9/21/14:  Please welcome Maxamillion!  Max was purchased as a puppy but when he owner did not want him any longer and his breeder would not take him back he found himself in the hands of rescue.  With the help of Florida English Bulldog Rescue he made his way from Tampa, FL to Atlanta, GA yesterday.  […]

Ethal

Ethal

9/12/14:  Please welcome Ethal!  She joins us from a shelter in SC.  She was picked up as a stray and no one came to claim her.  Thank you Frances for picking her up and getting her to safety.  Frances says she was very sweet and even rolled over for belly rubs once she knew she […]

Brownie

Brownie

8/12/14:  Brownie joined the rescue with her mother.  They were found as strays and picked up by animal control.  Update 9/10/14:  Brownie is ready for adoption!  She is approximately 12 weeks old.  Her mother is an English Bulldog but we do not know what breed her father is.  She is young and playful.  She likes other dogs […]

Hoss II

Hoss II

8/19/14:  Please welcome Hoss II!  Hoss’s owner had to move into a family members house but the family did not welcome Hoss.  He was not up to date on his vaccinations and he is suffering from some allergy issues most likely from the food he has been eating. He saw Dr Rush last week and is […]

Momma Cookee

Momma Cookee

8/10/14: When you think you’ve seen it all……Momma’s and baby will be joining us shortly. Pup is not weaned. Momma’s has been giving her last bits of energy to keep her baby alive. Update 8/12/14:  Momma Cookee and her pup Brownie are on the way from TN to GA now.  Thank you Scott for traveling […]

Coco

Coco

8/4/14 – Please welcome Coco.  Coco was an emergency owner surrender.  Coco needed surgery for pyometra and her owner did not have the money to pay for the surgery.  Dr Rush was able to do the surgery and save her.  He removed a five pound uterus from her that was filled with puss and infection! She […]

Bambi

Bambi

8/4/14 – Please welcome Bambi!   She joins us from a local shelter.  She was found as a stray and nobody showed up to claim her. She has a skin infection but other than that she looks good.  She will spend two at the vet in shelter quarantine then she will move into her foster home. […]

Banjo

Banjo

7/23/14:  Please welcome Banjo!  Banjo has landed thanks to Jennifer and Carol! A few weeks back animal control was notified about him by a concerned neighbor.  He was living in the dirt and tied up with a chain.  Once animal control was awarded custody of him the shelter called us to save him. He ‘s […]

Sylvia

Sylvia

7/15/14:  Please welcome  Sylvia!   Update 9/8/14: Sylvia saw Dr Rush for palate surgery today.  All went well with surgery.  Update 9/9/14:  Sylvia has been adopted by her foster mom Lauren.  And she will now be known as Charlotte.  Congrats Charlotte and Lauren          

Scarlett

Scarlett

6/26/14: Please welcome Scarlett!  She joins us from the shelter in Birmingham, AL.  Thank you to Jennifer and Dawn for getting her to Atlanta safely. She is now are the vet for two weeks of shelter quarantine.  At this time we only know that she is super sweet but underweight.  We will update as we […]

Hanz

Hanz

6/11/14:  Please welcome Hanz!  Hanz was saved from going to the pound by a nice family a while back.  They brought him back to health and got his skin and allergy issues under control.  But once the family moved from Oklahoma to Georgia his skin and allergy issues flared up again.  Frustrated that their vet […]

Ross

Ross

5/24/14: Please welcome Ross!  Ross was abandoned by his owner at a large vet animal hospital two years ago.   Well technically for the first year the owner sent payment for his boarding but the hospital has not hear from him in the past year.  The hospital filed papers with the county to cover themselves then they turned over […]

Reagan

Reagan

3/20/14: Please welcome Reagan! She came to us from a breeder by the way of our friend Melissa. Reagan was born with a heart murmur so of course she is no use to the breeder. But thank goodness he did not breed her or sell her to someone else that could breed her. She had […]

Tucker

Tucker

3/2/14: Please welcome Tucker!  Tucker’s family moved away but left him at the house with his brother Riley.  A neighbor noticed them and took them to the shelter.  We picked him up and transported him to our vet. He needs to be neutered, have his teeth cleaned and have entropian surgery on both eyes. We […]

Brooklyn

Brooklyn

3/1/14: Please welcome Brooklyn. Last week we got an email from his owner stating that she no longer had time for him and wanted to know if we could take him off her hands. Not knowing what would happen to Brooklyn if we did not take him off her hands, we made arrangements to bring him […]

Porter

Porter

2/22/14: Please welcome Porter.  He was abandoned at the shelter on Friday while all of the workers were inside.  He was transported to our vet on Saturday morning.  He was already neutered.  He is now up to date on his hots.  He had a consult with Dr Cross today and he recommends surgery on both […]

Penelope

Penelope

2/9/14: Please welcome Penelope!  She was found as a stray in Hinesville, Ga.  She was picked up by Tamara and Pat who then contacted us about her.  Then Lauren picked her up for a sleepover at her house.  She met her female bullie and two cats and did fine with all of them.  Thank you […]

Nugget

Nugget

2/4/14: Please welcome Nugget!  He just joined us this morning from a shelter in Newnan, GA.  Thank you Dawn for heading down there and getting him to safety. At first glace we know that he is already neutered, has a skin infection and may need knee surgery.  We will know more once Dr Ross gives […]

Bellini

Bellini

1/18/14: Please welcome Bellini!  Bellini was “rescued” from someones back yard in August only to find herself living in a different back yard!  Before August she was living in the yard with another female bullie; they had no shelter and very little food or water.  In August she moved to a new place but the […]

Lola

Lola

1/18/14: Please welcome Lola!  Lola was “rescued” from someones back yard in August only to find herself living in a different back yard!  Before August she was living in the yard with another female bullie; they had no shelter and very little food or water.  We are told she may have been allowed in the […]

Dixie

Dixie

1/17/14: Please welcome Dixie!  She came to us from the shelter in LaGrange, Ga.  She was dropped off there by some people claiming they got her from a friend.  To our knowledge she has never had any vet care. She is currently being treated for mange and an upper respiratory infection.  Once both clear up […]

Mattie

Mattie

1/8/14: Please welcome Mattie!  Mattie’s owner called her local Humane Society earlier this week inquiring how she would go about surrendering Mattie to them.  Luckily the Humane Society was aware of GEBR and put the owner in touch with us. Mattie is suffering from horrible tail pocket infection and has been suffering from this for […]

Nadine

Nadine

12/31/13: Please welcome Nadine!  She’s a heavy duty beauty! A bit scared but she will warm up quickly i am sure! We couldn’t let this gal spend the holiday at animal control so here she is!  She was an owner dump at Fulton County Animal Control. We are told she is one years old and […]

Monte

Monte

12/10/13: Welcome Monte to GEBR! He is a big timid boy 🙂 Monte was found as a stray and picked up by animal control in Conyers. Thank you Carol for going to pick him up! We will have more info on him once our vet gets a chance to do a full exam.  We do […]

Otis

Otis

12/9/13: Please welcome Otis! Otis’s owner bought him as a puppy but could not take care of him so a family stepped up and took him in three months ago. He did not want a bulldog nor did he know much about bulldogs but he knew he needed to help Otis. Things have been going […]

Dozer

Dozer

12/1/13: Meet Dozer, a fine young man, approximately 2 years old. He was an owner surrender to our friends in Beaufort SC AC. He was surrendered at 3PM and by 4PM he was deemed safe with this rescue. Early this morning he was transported to the big city. Dozer was surrendered because of “medical issues”…We […]

Marci

Marci

11/23/13: Please welcome Marci!  Georgia Peach’s father, Jamall, was informed about her from a friend after the friend had noticed that she had been abandoned in a soccer field.  She was left with a pan of dog food and a bowl of water.  Jamall went to the field to save her, brought her to house, […]

Roman

Roman

9/22/13: Please welcome Roman! Roman’s owner is no longer able to care for him so he called us to help. Roman went to Dr Rush’s on Monday for neuter and vaccinations and moved into his foster home on Tuesday. We are treating skin, ear and eye infections. He will go back to the vet in […]

Iris

Iris

9/22/13: Please welcome Iris! She found her way to Cobb County Animal Control last week. Her stray hold was up on Sunday and Carol was there to save her. Thank you for being there for her Carol and thank you Angie and Cale for letting her crash at their house until the vets office opened […]

Sweetie

Sweetie

9/2/13: The story behind The Cherokee Girls… Monday morning we received a FB message from Casey. She had recently taken in these girls from a family friend and needed our help finding them new homes. None of them had been vetted, all of them had fleas and worms, and only one was spayed. We took […]

Zeus

Zeus

8/26/13: Meet Zeus, an 22month old male who suffers from an Internal Liver Shunt along with several other new maladies. We have known Zeus since he was a puppy, when he was first diagnosed with the liver shunt (well before Simon). Zeus has Not been treated medically because his owners were unable to financially swing […]

Thor

Thor

8/16/13: Welcome Thor, the most recent member of GEBR! He is rolling down the highway to Atlanta right now thanks to Shannon and Will! He is heading straight to the vet to get a thorough check up.  Thor may need knee surgery and has a very infected tail. Thor is two years old.  He likes […]

Fran

Fran

8/12/13: Please welcome Fran! Fran was found “running” up the middle of the street. Someone scooped her up and took her to the shelter. They called us immediately and we arranged transport to go get her. Thank you Dawn for turning your car around and heading to the shelter to get her. She is safe […]

Bella

Bella

8/7/13: Please welcome Bella!  Bella is an owner surrender that joined us today.  Her owner has become disabled and can no longer afford to give her the care she needs.  She was taken to the vet and will be spayed on Friday then moved to her foster home early next week. Bella is four years […]

Eugene

Eugene

7/24/13: Please welcome Eugene!  Eugene was purchased as a puppy but they no longer want to take care of him.  The teenage boys who bought him with their own money are grown and busy and don’t have time for him anymore.  Eugene has been spending most of his time outside lately.  Eugene turned two years […]

Murph

Murph

7/19/13: Please welcome Murph! He arrived at Riverside Animal Hospital a little bit ago from a shelter in TN. He was picked up as a stray. The shelter found his microchip number and tracked it down to a manufacture in Hungary. They contacted all of the chip companies in multiple countries but his owners never […]

Major

Major

7/7/13: Please welcome Major! He is a two year old boy on his way from SC to GA right now. His owner has become ill and can no longer care for him. He has spent the past week with Chelsea, an animal control officer in SC. Thank you for opening your home to him. He […]

Cole

Cole

6/25/13: Please welcome Cole! He is on his way to Riverside Animal Hospital now in Amanda G’s bullies taxi. His owners had two dogs but decided that was one too many for them so they dropped him off at the shelter. He is four years old, neutered and deaf. He likes dogs, but we do […]

Dolores & Ernestine

Dolores & Ernestine

6/24/13: Please welcome Dolores and Ernestine!  They just arrived at Riverside Animal Hospital thanks to Diana, Daniel, and Amanda.  These two ladies are joining us from TN.  There are sweet but a little timid.  We are told they have had very little vet care over the years.  We will update you all after Dr Ross […]

Miley

Miley

6/7/13: Please welcome Miley! She is a five year old owner surrender that we just had to take in even though we are overflowing with bullies at the moment. Miley’s owner moved into a place that didn’t allow dogs so Miley and her sister (a boxer) have been living outside in the back yard during […]

Bianca

Bianca

6/4/13: Rescue Railroad #2 for the week in progress right now!  Bianca was found stray and picked up by Gwinnett Animal Control.  Her stay hold was up today and she is now with us.  Joyce pulled her a little while ago and Amanda just picked her up from Joyce and they are on the way […]

Truman – Permanent Foster

Truman – Permanent Foster

5/7/13: Meet Truman, a 4 year old emergency owner surrender. He has demodex mange that was first documented as wide spread in 2010 and doesn’t seem to have been completely treated. Now, he also has a bacterial and yeast infection on top of the mange. His ears are terribly infected and he appears to have […]

Diesel

Diesel

Update 5/19/13: Diesel has been adopted!  Congrats Smith family! 5/5/13: Please welcome Diesel.  He is a two and half year old owner surrender.  He and his sister have been fighting so his owner thought it would be best to let us find him a new home.  He was not the instigator of the fights.  He […]

Maizey

Maizey

5/4/13: We welcome Maizey (age 4-5) to our little club(although quite sizable at the moment).  Maizey was seized by a local animal control last week after her owner refused to seek medical attention for a mammary tumor.  A family member of the owner called animal control after noticing that Maizey was in dire need of […]

Duke

Duke

5/1/13: Meet Duke, a four year old owner surrender to the Columbus shelter. Duke was originally rescued from the shelter by a respected local all breed rescue. Upon finding out all of Duke’s medical issues they thought it best that Duke be cared for by a breed specific rescue and asked if we could take over […]

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