Tragic story of 5 senior dogs: Five years they have been abandoned

In Chickamauga, Georgia, five senior dogs have a tragic story to be told. It is hoped rescuers will step up and help these dogs.

Five years ago, the owner of these five dogs died. The already rundown  property where the dogs lived was then abandoned, except for the kindness of a person who for the past five years came to the home three days a week to feed and water the dogs. The bank has since decided to take over the property to renovate – the dogs were removed and are currently at the Walker County Animal Shelter.

For five years, these dogs have not been petted, not been bathed and have had no prevention of any kind. Four of the five dogs are heart worm positive.

“Now we need to do what we can to find them a safe place to land and live out their years in loving homes like they once had,” volunteers at the shelter wrote.

The dogs do not have to be adopted or go to the same rescue together. The shelter is filling up quickly, and it would be wonderful to find a place for these dogs as soon as possible. They are very stressed at the shelter, but not one of them have shown any kind of aggression.

Can you help?

Here is their breakdown…

AMY: 70 lbs and HW – and spayed (rescue commitment!) 

ANNIE: 54 lbs and HW + and spayed (rescue commitment!) 

ALMA: 58 lbs and HW + and spayed

ALFIE: 55 lbs and HW+ and neutered

ARCHER: 50 lbs and HW +

Walker County AS
Chickamauga, GA

For information contact:

5488 N.Marble Top Road (636.10 mi)
Chickamauga, Georgia 30707
(706) 375-2100

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2 replies
  1. Bunny Peters says:

    What an amazing & wonderful person to care for these precious treasures for so long after their main person had died….. it would be wonderful for these precious treasures to live with loving furever families who will treat them as beloved family members for as long as they live..,,,,

    I hope that all of these precious treasures are saved ASAP…….

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