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Archives for January 2015

A Thankful Woof!

WAG is very grateful to these January donors for giving second chances to some wonderful animals: Debbie Jackson, Marlena Wald, Keith and Rachel Nilsen, Brad and Natalie Phillips, Jack and Dianne James, Alliance Fire Protection, Kroger Company, Warren Furlow, Steve and Susan Brown, Petsmart, Georgeann Ferguson, Crystal Francis, Tammy Mesite, Martha Hardy, Chris Sherlock, Tara…

Hello to Cooper

Here’s Cooper! His shelter name was Jake, but he’s been renamed. What a difference a couple of weeks can make – he’s an awesome boy, and no longer the frightened little shelter dog! He loves everybody, gets along with cats, dogs, and lots of other four-legged friends. Only about 18 lbs., he’s a real gentleman…

Jake – Ready for Love.

Jake recently had his last heartworm treatment at Paradox Spay Neuter Clinic. Our thanks to Paradox for offering heartworm treatment to dogs of rescue organizations like WAG, which helps us to save more lives. Now this gorgeous hunk of love is now ready for his new home!                

Honoring Scooter

The sudden unexpected death of a pet is a heartbreak for any animal lover. When Pierre and Judy Kimball recently lost their beloved dog, Scooter, they were understandably devastated. Scooter was a frightened dog rescued from Floyd County that the Kimball’s took into their home to foster. He blossomed and soon became what the rescue…

Charlie’s new world

Meet Charlie! This skinny boy spent several weeks living in a ditch next to Walnut Grove High School, huddled in the weeds during the recent rain and cold temperatures. He was very skittish and wouldn’t let anyone come near him. But fortunately a special animal lover decided to spend time and hot dogs to lure…

A WAG Thank You!

A huge WAG Thank You to the great folks at Alliance Fire Protection Services, Inc. in Loganville for being dedicated WAG donors. Their Platinum sponsorship goes a long way toward funding our low-income spay neuter program. Their 2015 donation makes this the sixth year in a row they have supported our efforts – an amazing…