Waynesboro, GA – Mama earned her name when she arrived to a small ten run animal control facility 6 long months ago with 7 tiny puppies.
Mama carefully tended to her babies and watched them all leave the facility…adopted out to their new families.
Mama remained, month after month – lovingly caring for other puppies who arrived to the shelter – happy to offer those young lives a bit of comfort in an otherwise frightening environment.
But Mama’s long stay at this tiny facility in Waynesboro is almost over.
The facility is crowded and the higher ups are requesting “faster” killing in order to free up space.
The animal control officer (ACO) at this small shelter wants Mama to leave – alive.
The ACO is fond of this special dog.
She tended to her when she first arrived with a badly injured leg…she tended to her as she nursed her tiny puppies…she wants to see her live.
The odds are stacked against Mama.
She is a black dog in a small animal control facility in the South. She isn’t a puppy anymore, but she is a wonderful girl.
According to those who know her, she is friendly with people and other dogs. Mama adores attention and everyone who meets her states that she is “special”.
Stats on Mama:
- Black Lab mix
- 2 yrs of age
- UTD on Vaccines
- House trained
- Approx 60 lbs
- Good with other dogs
- Good with people (including children)
- HW positive (she has been on HW preventative for 6 months to help keep the infestation from worsening)
This facility (Waynesboro City Pound) is rescue friendly.
Anyone who can offer Mama help is asked to contact email@example.com or call the shelter directly at (706) 360-2342.
Even if you can’t be the one to offer Mama a home – you can be her lifeline. Please take a moment to share her story with someone else and ask them to do the same.
Please save Mama from being another victim to “Black Dog Syndrome”.
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