Pet Pick & Briefs
My name is Lola, and I am looking for a new home. A nice lady got me out of the traffic on a busy road, and then she tried to find my owners, but they never came looking for me. I am mostly Chihuahua, weigh about 12 pounds and am about one year old, according to the doctor that looked me over. I had a lot of fleas when the nice lady got me, but they’re all gone now. I am ready for adoption, so send in your application now, so you can come get me really soon.
Atlanta Pet Rescue is open Tuesday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, noon to 5 p.m. For more information about Atlanta Pet Rescue or how to adopt Lola or any of our 80-plus dogs, cats, puppies and kittens looking for homes, visit www.atlantapetrescue.org.
The Atlanta Humane Society’s Reindog Parade will be held on Saturday, Dec. 12, from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. This is the only day of the year pets are allowed in the garden. There will be dog agility demonstrations, entertainment and a costume contest with celebrity judges and prizes. Categories include Best in Botanical, Best Owner/Dog Look-alikes, Best Puppy, Best Senior, Best in Holiday Finery. www.atlantahumane.org.
Atlanta Pet Rescue & Adoption raised nearly $1,000 during its Halloween event at East Andrews Bar & Café. More than 200 dogs – in costume – and one very brave cat attended the event.
Dogma Dog Care and Your 25th Hour Errand Services have partnered to create a pick up and drop off service for pets. Your 25th Hour staff will pick up and return pets from Dogma, as well as take pets to veterinary appointments and any other transportation need. Call (770) 820-5901 or (404) 861-0163 for information and to schedule an appointment.
Eco-friendly boarding, grooming and retail is available at Greendog, which opened last month in Castleberry Hill, 476 Whitehall St. www.greendog.com.