Animals

Missing dog

From the Medlock Area Neighborhood Association: Elliott, a white Maltese mix, is still missing. He disappeared from his pet sitter's house on Sanford Road on July 1st and no one has reported seeing him since. There is a possibility that someone picked him up and is not aware that people are desperately looking for him. Please share this information as widely as you can (any area Facebook groups, YahooGroups, etc.) and remain on the lookout for this little dog. He needs medication for seizures. His home is in Marietta so he is not familiar with this part of town and the fireworks will almost certainly make him panic and run even further. He is naturally friendly to both people and dogs so it is strange that no one seems to have spotted him. He is microcipped and was wearing a collar when he disappeared. If you see him, contact Dayle at 404-663-1650. A reward is being offered.  [See attached flyer for photo.]

Animal shelter special adoption rates

From DeKalb Animal Services: To celebrate the United States of America's Independence Day, we are making our own Declaration of Inde'pet'dence and lowering the adoption fees at DeKalb County Animal Services (DCAS). Throughout the entire month of July, dog adoption fees are only $30, while cats are $17.76!

Animal shelter offering adoption deals

From Collin Kelley in the Reporter Newspapers: DeKalb, Fulton animal shelters urge adoptions to ease overcrowding. Summer has brought an influx of animals to DeKalb County Animal Services (DCAS) and Fulton County Animal Services (FCAS), and the shelters are full. Both shelters are offering a ‘Dog Days of Summer’ promotion throughout June, where all dogs and cats six months and over may be adopted for $25. Adoption counselors will be on hand to ensure the animals are being placed in good homes.

Copperhead sighting on S Peachtree Creek Trail

From a local resident: Last week while walking on the South Peachtree Creek Trail (boardwalk trail near Mason Mill park) we saw a copperhead snake on the bridge over the creek near the historic Decatur Water Works site.  Given the number of joggers and families with children and pets in the area who walk and play near the trail I thought I'd let you know.  [Don't disturb the snake; that's when most bites occur.  Also, there are harmless snakes that could be mistaken for a copperhead. For guidance on how to identify a copperhead, see this site.]  

Pet adoption special for May

 

From DeKalb Animal Services: $20 per dog adoption; $10 per cat.  Throughout May.

Is this puppy yours?

From the Medlock Area Neighborhood Association: Is this your dog?  Do you know where this dog belongs?  This really  cute and sweet puppy was  found several days ago near Medlock Park.  If you have any information,  please contact Liz at  e_p_morrison@yahoo.com or 480-241-2053. Thank you 

Urban Coop Tour

Event Date and Time: 
03/29/2014 - 12:00pm - 03/30/2014 - 5:00pm

From the Wylde Center, Decatur: Tour the Coops, Saturday, March 29, 2014, noon-5:00pm; Sunday, March 30, 2014, noon-5:00pm. Decatur - Grant Park. Join the 7th annual Urban Coop Tour to find out why people are getting so excited about backyard chickens.  Urban coops are a fast growing trend in metro Atlanta neighborhoods, with families, community gardens and neighborhood co-ops all getting in on the action. Benefits include farm fresh eggs, kitchen waste disposal, bug patrol and just plain fun!

Commissioner Rader update 3/17/14

From county District 2 Commissioner Jeff Rader: LIFELINE ANIMAL PROJECT OFFERS SPECIAL ADOPTION RATES DURING 'ADOPT A LUCKY CHARM’ PROMOTION AT DEKALB COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES.

Order flowers and benefit Friends of DeKalb animals

From Friends of DeKalb Animals via Barb Dalton in Medlock Park: "Our organization needs your help. For every purchase made on this site Flower Power Fundraising will give 50% back to Friends of Dekalb Animals.

Lifeline Animal Project backstory

From Melissa Weinman in the Reporter Newspapers: ".... [LifeLine CEO Rebecca] Guinn said there’s still a lot of work to do, but she’s pleased with what LifeLine has accomplished in Fulton and DeKalb.  “Where it used to be that 83 percent were dying [at the DeKalb shelter], in December, 87 percent left alive,” Guinn said.

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