Saturday, May 18, 2013
A dog was found at Idlewood and Idlevale Roads on Friday evening. Who does she belong to?
We were followed home by this little Pit Bull puppy Friday night around 6:30 from Idlewood and Idlevale Roads. She doesn't look at all like a stray and we are hoping we can reunite her with her family as I'm sure they are missing her. Have anyone contact me at the address on this e-mail if this is their puppy. Thanks! Matt Christian
Monday, April 8, 2013
More of the strange stuff police officers around North Georgia were up against recently.
Click on the links below for the rest of each story. > They cleaned house: An Athens man told police that a man and a woman posing as a clean-out crew made off with $8,300 worth of items from his home — including computers, jewelry and TVs. Athens Clarke County Police say the man confronted the couple as they were loading up a pickup truck. They told him they were with the mortgage company and were at the house because it was going into foreclosure. The mortgage company told the man no such action was ordered. Related Content: > If the glove fits: A Lilburn man was robbed of cash, jewelry and other belongings after he was held up as the red dot of a laser-sighted firearm was pointed at his chest. The incident occurred outside a Dickens …
Friday, April 5, 2013
A look at top stories from Patch sites across Georgia.
Residents Turn Toxic Site Into Zonolite Park - North Druid Hills Patch An area that was once an asbestos-poisoned wetland is now a new park in the Emory University area just south of North Druid Hills thanks to local volunteers, including the South Fork Conservancy. In an article published on the Saporta Report, Ben Smith wrote, "Zonolite Park is 12 acres near Briarcliff and Clifton Roads, where the South Fork of Peachtree Creek parallels railroad tracks. For two decades beginning in 1950, freight trains stopped at the W.R. Grace Co. plant and dumped as much as 1,225 tons of raw material for attic insulation marketed as Zonolite." Read more on North Druid Hills Patch. Indictment Alleges Man Shook, Threw, Hit 8-Week-Old Baby - South Cobb …
Friday, February 15, 2013
Also: dogs and cats who are over five years old -or whose adopter is over 55- get a special $40 rate.
This young adult male pit bull terrier mix is named Cain. "As you can see, I’m a little on the skinny side, so was curious, do you have any groceries at your house to share? If so, come scoop me up and let’s enjoy them together!" Dog Adoption Fees $87 for males/$92 for females Includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, and heartworm test Cat Adoption Fees $62 for males/$82 for females Includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, and FIV/FELV test Dogs & Cats over five years old/Adopter over 55 years old: $40 Questions? Or just come meet our animals! Shelter Details DeKalb County Animal Services 845 Camp Road Decatur, Ga. 30032 404-294-2165 firstname.lastname@example.org Shelter Hours Monday – Wednesday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Thursday 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Friday 10 …
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Great dogs and cats are ready for adoption at DeKalb Animal Services.
Clark Cable is a very handsome Pit bull Terrier mix. We think he is about 2-3 years old. He is a SUPER friendly boy. He loves people, toys, and other dogs. He is neutered, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative and ready to start his forever life in a home! Shelter Details: DeKalb County Animal Services 845 Camp Road Decatur, Ga. 30032 404-294-2165 email@example.com Shelter Hours Monday - Wednesday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Thursday 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Check out pictures & details of all our wonderful dogs & cats available for adoption: Dog Adoption Fee: $95 Includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, and heartworm test Cat Adoption Fee: $75 Includes spay/neuter, …
Monday, May 14, 2012
Photographs don't completely reveal the beauty and charm of Tessa, the cross-eyed pit bull.
At one point during this year's Art B Que, Avondale's signature street party, there was a small crowd gathered around a particular dog crate in the adoption tent manned by LifeLine Animal Project. "Oooooh, look at that face!" one woman squealed. "Omigod, she is so cute," another one commented. A young child of about five years scooted around the group to see what everyone was looking at and came face to face with Tessa the pit bull terrier. He hesitated for a second as their eyes met, then stuck his hand in the crate and stroked one of her large ears. He then yelled for his parents, "I want this one!" His mom and dad gently reminded him of the two dogs they had at home and lured him away with a promise of a treat from King of Pops. As they…