Athens, GA – At times, you shake your head in wonder…how does a magnificant dog like Champ wind up in a kennel run at an animal control facility?
Not only is Champ a head-turner, but a volunteer describes him as “happy, social and polite with everyone”.
Champ is just 2 years of age. Though a bit thin, he appears to be otherwise healthy.
Champ is located at the Athens-Clarke County Animal Control.
This handsome boy is one of many at the facility – and he needs to find a home – soon.
- ID# 34004
- 74 lbs
Champ was impounded on 9/26 – he is fortunate.
Many of the dogs listed for adoption have the dreaded words “Out of time”…others a sad “no longer available” – the innocent souls who did not find rescue or an adopter in time.
Please share Champ’s story – before he gets to the “out of time” status – before he is labeled as “no longer available”.
He is a gorgeous German shepherd – a dog sure to make his owner proud.
Please give him the chance to do just that.
Share, Tweet, Like, Comment – it all helps.
Contact the shelter at: 706-613-3540.
A huge shout out to Athenspets.net. The photos of these sheltered animals are magnificant, thanks to Mia Baker Photography.
The profiles on the animals are descriptive and appealing – every animal control facility should be so fortunate. Great job with the good work that you are doing!!
Continue reading: What is happening behind the doors of this animal control facility?
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