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503 Fox Terrier Dogs have been adopted on Rescue Me!
|Georgia Fox Terrier Dogs for Adoption|
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|Rescue Me ID: 13-11-23-00261Mickey (male)|
Gwinnett County Suwanee, GA 30024 MAP IT!
|Urgent: This animal could be euthanized if not adopted soon.|
|Animal ID: A248391Nesbitt (female)|
Adoption fee includes $50 refundable spay deposit. Nesbitt is housetrained and a very neat small-medium size dog. She has a dislocated hip, but vet says it has been that way so long it would do her more harm than good to do surgery. It doesn't seem to bother her and doesn't slow her down one bit!
Macon-Bibb County Animal Welfare
1010 Eleventh Street
Bibb County Macon, GA 31201 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 13-02-21-00326BJ (female)|
BJ is a little girl with a sad face who has given up hope that she will ever agin live life as she once did. Photo was provided by previous owners who turned BJ into the shelter when the daughter moved away to college. BJ once the adored family 'child' with toys, a pretty pink collar and warm snuggly bed now found herself in the cold concrete world of chaotic barking and long waits between visitors who would give a glance then move past her. She tried desperately to cope and would become defensive with bigger dogs who scared her. In one such confrontation she was attacked resulting in her throat being ravaged, requiring over 45 stitches to close. She healed and became noticeably subdued. BJ has been in the shelter for 18 months. Her fears and hunting heritage have given cause for concern in adopting into a home with other dogs, cats, kids and men. She loves to be with women and shows devotion and protection to female staff and volunteers who show her kindness and affection. She would be very devoted to the person she loves and despite her small size, would undoubtedly give her life to protect that person. BJ has tried for a long time to be brave in this environment so different from the loving home she once knew. Time is taking its effect and her demeanor shows a hopeless depression which is of great concern to the staff who care for her. Is there truly no one willing to give her a chance? Have her circumstances and challenges doomed her to a lonely and hopeless life in her concrete world? (Less)
Charles Smithgall Humane Society
White County Sautee, GA MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Fox Terrier in Georgia|
Fox Terrier Dogs can make good pets in Georgia if they match your IifestyIe. Fox Terriers have been around for centuries and have been bred to produce a number of different types of dogs. Today, Fox Terrier generally refers to either a Smooth or Wire-haired variety, which are virtually identical with the exception of their coats. Fox Terriers are playful, affectionate, scrappy little dogs. Fox Terriers get along well with children and can typically be socialized to interact well with other dogs, although they have been known to pick fights with much larger canines. Fox Terriers may hunt non-canine pets, especially birds. This breed needs plenty of exercise and should be kept on a leash or in a fenced yard because of its tendency to chase and explore. Fox Terriers can live in an apartment if they get enough exercise.
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