The Gwinnett County Animal Shelter has lots of dogs in need of a new home.
- LOCAL CONNECTIONS
- Kristi Reed
Saturday, November 17, 2012
If you are interested in adopting any of these adorable dogs, please call the Gwinnett County Animal Shelter at 770-339-3200 and refer to the animal ID# listed below the photo. Listed availability is based upon the most recent information posted on the Gwinnett County Animal Shelter website at the time of article publication. To see more pets available for adoption, visit the Gwinnett County Animal Shelter website. Interested in volunteering at the shelter? Complete the Gwinnett Animal Shelter volunteer form. Volunteers can help at the shelter by walking dogs, handling cats and kittens, cleaning and sanitizing animal areas and assisting citizens. You might also be interested in reading:
Volunteers and staff training Gwinnett’s strays and abandoned dogs to make them into well-trained, adoptable pets.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Gail Moore
Sunday, October 9, 2011
Each year, thousands of animals find their way into the care of Gwinnett County’s Animal Shelter. Finding good homes for as many as possible requires more than just feeding, sheltering and then waiting for the “right” person to find just the perfect pet. The internet allows the public to see the faces of the many of the cats and dogs who are put up for adoption each week, but sometimes, high-tech solutions need some real-people assistance. Enter Cathy Bruce, Certified Pet Dog Trainer and owner of the Canine Country Academy based in Dacula. Having worked with Gwinnett Shelter’s Lieutenant Mary Lou Respess in the past on talk shows and during presentations as panel members addressing animal behaviors, canine training and pet overpopulation, …