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A Fresh Face


WAG has a fresh new look! We’re excited to unveil our newly redesigned website. Not only is it bright and eye-catching, it’s user friendly and consolidates all our previously-scattered information outlets ; blogs, website, social media, and puts them together in an easy-to-navigate uncluttered design. You can check out our latest information, read stories of…

In Memory of Bill Townsend


WAG received a memorial donation in memory of William “Bill” Townsend from Patty Souther. Mr Townsend was an avid animal lover and his family requested donations be made to an animal-related organization in lieu of flowers. Our condolences to Mr. Townsend’s family for the loss of this kind person.    

Missing Brittany


WAG would like to thank Brenda Vostreys of Sirius Mobile Grooming for her memorial donation in memory of her client, Brittany Sanderson. Brittany passed away from an illness very quickly and despite her owner’s best efforts. Brit was a sweet dog and will be missed by all who knew her. Our condolences to Angie Sanderson…

Remembering Baby Slusher


Our sincere condolences to Lucy Slusher on the loss of her sweet dog, Baby. Brenda Vostreys at Sirius Mobile Grooming has made a donation to WAG in Baby’s memory. Brenda says of Baby, one of her favorite clients: “Baby was adopted, loved and adored by Lucy. She was adopted as an older dog, but Lucy…

Featured Dog


Holly is a great girl, but has so far gone unnoticed. Is it the white hairs around her muzzle that give her that “mature” look? Or is it because she’s not as flashy as other dogs? Not sure, but we see the magic behind the photos. Holly is a happy girl, about 45 lbs and…

In memory of Dixie Ward


A memorial remembrance has been made to WAG on behalf of Dixie, beloved pet of Andy and Lucy Ward, from Brenda at Siruis Mobile Grooming. Here’s what Brenda had to say about one of her favorite clients: “Dixie was an awesome Aussie and made me laugh ever visit with her. She had great facial expressions…

In Memory of Mouse


WAG sends our sincere condolences to Anita and Paul Dunio on the loss of their precious kitty, Mouse. A very personable cat, Mouse was memorialized by a donation made by Sanford and Cheryl McAllister. Mouse gave many years of love. We’re honored to help another pet in Mouse’s memory.

Puppy Prevention Success


It’s been a busy year for the Puppy Prevention Program. A total of 108 puppies enrolled in the program since January. All have been spayed/neutered and gone onto new homes. Here are just a few of the moms who’ve been spayed, retired from puppy-rearing and will spend the rest of their lives being nothing more…

Izzy’s Happy Ending


Hundreds of WAG adoptions and we still love hearing the happy-ever-after stories. Thanks to the Page family for posting the following on Facebook about their sweet girl Izzy and allowing us to share with our friends: This is our sweet Izzy that we got from Walton Animal Guild. As you can see from the puppy…

WAG dogs are New Jersey Bound!


There’s nothing better than great partnerships to help more animals. WAG is happy to renew our partnership with Burlington County Animal Alliance of New Jersey (BCAA). We’ve helped pull and transfer dogs in the past to this great group and thanks to our friend and their GA contact, Terry Rogers, we’ll be working with them…

Scooter’s story


  If you’re involved in rescue long enough, you’ll come across certain situations that convince you some things are just meant to be. We posted Jasper’s photo last week. He’d been rescued from the shelter and later tested positive for heartworms. But his lifesaving treatment is being funded by a wonderful donation through Scooter’s Second…

In Memory of Todo Sanders


Todo, the much-loved pet of Nina Sanders, was memorialized in a donation to WAG from Brenda at Sirius Mobile Grooming. Brenda knew Todo for 8 years and loved her unique personality. “I will miss her sweet self,” writes Brenda. “She wasn’t the easiest to groom, but she was honest!” Our condolences to Nina Sanders on…

Max’s forever ending…


Max had a rough time for awhile – intestinal surgery and a recovery period. But our donors rallied around him, he rested and recuperated and finally has his own happy ending. Here’s Max with his new parents – this sweet boy has gone to his forever home!

Community Support

We’d like to thank the Walton County Foundation for once again supporting Walton Animal Guild’s Spay Neuter Assistance Program. WAG received a grant in the amount of $2,500 toward our 2015 SNAP programs, which will go a long way toward helping more low-income pet owners in the community. We’re very grateful for the Foundation’s continuing…

Thanks to our WAG friends!

We’re immensely grateful for the support of these February WAG donors: Teresa Gray, Susan and Jerry Engelbrecht, Joanna and Robert Emmons, Patricia and John Hybarger, Georgeanne Ferguson, Pierre and Samantha Kimball, the Walton County Foundation, Judy and Michael Day, Joseph and Theresa Entrekin, Gay and Joy Vencill, Rene and Tully Youngblood, Teddy and Lee Udell,…

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