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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,…

Saving Max

We try very hard to hold off on pleas for money. But when emergencies happen we need support to make it through those times. Baby Max needed emergency surgery today for an intusssusception. In simpleton terms, parts of his intestines folded into each other. Dr. Wise at Monroe Animal Care Hospital performed a 3 hour…

Honoring Lynda Deighton

We just learned of the passing of a very kind person, wonderful pet lover and WAG supporter – Lynda Deighton. Lynda and her husband Alan own and operated New London School of Driving in Snellville. Linda passed away on February 22. To honor her love of animals, her family thoughtfully designated WAG as the recipient…

Retiring Moms

Here are a couple of recently retired mama dogs – June and Scully. These two girls contributed 16 puppies to our Puppy Prevention program. All their babies were spayed/neutered and found great homes. Now both have been spayed and are officially retired from the Mom business, devoting their full attention to being happy family pets….

Shop Kroger for WAG

Attention Kroger Shoppers – Help Animals on Aisle 4! And Aisle 5, 6, 7,…! Did you know your grocery shopping can help homeless pets? Sign up for a Kroger Plus Card card, use for card for grocery savings and designate Walton Animal Guild as your charity of choice through the Community Rewards program. Quick, simple…

Fawn’s Lucky Day

Monday February 2 was supposed to be Fawn’s last day alive. After spending more than a week in the shelter with no adopter inquiries and rescues passing her by, she was on the post-weekend euthanasia list. Only a year old and lots of life ahead of her. Destined to be just another animal dead in…

Penny

This little girl was dragged into the shelter by her owner. Reason for surrender? “She keeps having puppies.” His response to the suggestion of having her spayed – “I don’t have time to fool around with all that.” So she huddled in the corner of her shelter cage, terrified and not sure what she did…

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…

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