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Kittens free to good home. They are 7 weeks old. Please contact me at 869-3170 if interested.
FOUND on 6/22/13 – 2 female black with white possibly Chihuahua mix dogs in Doles area off of HWY 32.
Please call Melissa to claim or provide info (229)535-6548 hm or (229)405-6222 wk. The dogs are full grown and appear to be mother and daughter based on their teeth. It also looks as if they have been spayed. The daughter has only 3 toes on her back foot.
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HIS NAME IS CASH HES A 10 YEAR OLD SHELTIE WENT MISSING THURSDAY 2/21 FROM SHINGLER AREA PLEASE CALL 229-313-0518
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Not really your usual “PET” but very funny
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Today December 2nd 2012 we are sharing Daisy with you all.
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BRODIE THE CANINE HERO
Don and Teresa Whitaker of Worth County are among the great number of animal lovers in this county. A few months ago they welcomed a very special yellow Lab to their family, but did not realize just how incredible this guy is until a week ago.
The couple have owned their inside dog, Heidi, for over 12 years. She is a Dachshund and for the most part stays very close to her family.
She is typically let out throughout the day for a bathroom break and at night before bed. It happened to be cold a few nights last week. “She’s getting older and doesn’t like the cold,” Don said of Heidi.
Last Tuesday night, she went for her last outside break before turning in for the night. Teresa went to call her in, but Heidi didn’t answer. The couple said she sometimes likes to stay outdoor’s and play a bit but would always respond when called.
Don said he was at work when Teresa called him upset because she was unable to find Heidi. It was already after midnight when he arrived home from work but he began to search for Heidi, unfortunately to no avail. They began to notice evidence that led them to believe Heidi may have been attacked by another dog. Their concerns became even greater at that point. That evening being particularly cold made for a restless and worrisome night for the couple who consider Heidi ‘their baby’.
They were awakened Wednesday morning by Brodie who was barking non-stop outside.
“I go outside and I hear him barking but I can’t see him,” Don said. “The barking was coming from a cotton field out to the side of the house. I walk out there but I can’t see him because the cotton was so high.”
He went deeper into the field to try and locate Brodie who continued barking, apparently determined to not abandon his location.
Brodie sees his owner from where he is sitting in the field, “And he’s just barking for me to come to him,” Don said.
“When I got to him, my Dachshund was just laying there and almost dead, she was not responsive or anything… She had bled so much from the attack, she was in shock. She didn’t even know it when I picked her up.”
Heidi was rushed to Veterinarian Dr. Charles Land in Sylvester and it was still unclear if she would survive from her extensive injuries. She remained at the animal clinic overnight.
Dr. Land said Heidi’s story is a remarkable one. At first appearance, he was unsure the little dog was alive. She had several puncture wounds, severe hip and leg wounds and was covered with dirt which was deep into the wounds as well. The process of warming Heidi began as well as IV fluids and continuous treatment. “It’s amazing that little dog, over about six hours, just started reviving nicely,” Dr. Land said. “I mean she is a miracle dog. She was doing unbelievably well by the next day.”
Because of significant skin loss and muscle damage to her back legs, several follow-up visits to Dr. Land is still necessary. She is under constant care and closely monitored at home, but healing well according to Don. “It’s amazing she is walking a well as she is,” Dr Land said a week from the date Heidi arrived at his clinic.
“I’m really proud of how she’s snapped back, ” Don said. “She is a tough little dog.”
Don and Teresa got their heroic Brodie from a relative and he is about a year old. “He’s as smart as he can be,” Don said.
“I just thought that it was amazing that dog went out there and found [Heidi] and sat out there and barked for 30 minutes till we came out there to see what he wanted.”
“I’ve heard stories about dogs doing stuff like that,” Don said referring to Brodie’s actions. “I was so proud of him because it’s almost like losing a child – not knowing where Heidi was. We knew something had to be wrong.”
“We’ve still got this dog because Brodie went out and found her and let us know where she was at… I’m – I’m just so proud of him.”
Pictured below is Don and Teresa along with their grandson Dawson, Heidi and Brodie. They are in front of the recently harvested cotton field where Brodie located his injured canine friend.
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Missy Tomlinson will be missed by all that knew her. May the many cherished memories stay in her families hearts forever.
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I have 2 cats that unfortunately I am going to have to give to someone.
They are both male – one is black and white and he’s one year old. The other is grey/black and male and about 8 months old. They are indoor cats and litter trained, but love to get out sometimes. Please call Jill Moore 229-449-7489
Public Service Message from Sylvester Animal Hospital
DID YOU KNOW YOUR PET CAN SUFFER FROM THE FOLLOWING COMPLAINTS
Overweight Dogs: Obesity is an extremely common problem in pets and, as with humans, can be detrimental to the health of a dog. The overweight pet has many added stresses upon his body and is at an increased risk of diabetes, liver problems and joint pain…
Allergies: What Are Allergies? Just like people, dogs can show allergic symptoms when their immune systems begin to recognize certain everyday substances—or allergen as dangerous.
Arthritis: What Is Arthritis? Canine arthritis, also known as osteoarthritis or degenerative joint disease, is characterized by pain and inflammation in a dog’s joints. …
Call your vet today and make an appointment, don’t let your pet suffer!!
Please keep an eye out for this sweet girl!!
Lost dog name: “Little Mama”
Black and White Border Collie
last seen January 8, 2012, Spring Flats Rd.,
Please Call with any info! Phone: 229-776-3962
Best Friends Humane Society in Worth County is in need of Dog & Puppy food. Please help feed the animals by donating a bag of food. For more info call BFHS @ 229.777.7774 or click the link below..Thank you for your help!!
Lost in Sale City Male Border Collie Black & White Reward offered for information 229-336-8134 or 229-328-0208
Click this link to see SPANKY winner of the Pet Christmas Basket…congrats!
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL OUR PETS!
This Christmas we wanted to do something for our communities “Furry Friends”. We asked our readers to send in pet pictures to be entered into a drawing for a Pet Christmas Basket designed especially with your pet in mind. Some of the pets were featured in our Pet “Snap Shot” of the week in the business section right hand column; those that were not featured before Christmas will be shown during & after the holidays.
The final drawing will be on December 19th & the winner will be notified by phone. We will arrange a day & time to present your pet with his/her Christmas Basket & take a few pictures. Dead line to send your Pet Pictures is 12/17/11 @ Midnight. The pictures of the winning pet will be posted. Good Luck to you all.
___________________________For more information on these adorable faces above please click on the link below.
2 beautiful kittens found abandoned. In need of good home. If interested please call at 229-776-5731 Thanks, Crissie
On Nov. 12, Worth County residents will have the opportunity to vaccinate their dogs against rabies quickly and conveniently – for free.
“This Saturday, the Worth County Health Department and Best Friends Humane Society are partnering with local veterinarians Drs. Allan Gardner, Charles Land and Carie Wisell to provide rabies clinics at two sites in the county,” said Worth County Health Department Environmental Health Specialist Laura Searcy.
Since the free vaccine is limited, only dogs will be vaccinated during the clinics, and owners may bring two dogs only, Searcy said. Seventy-five doses will be available at each location.
“All dogs must be crated or on a leash,” she said. “Only Worth County residents are eligible to receive the vaccinations for their animals, so be prepared to show proof of residency, such as your driver’s license or a utility bill showing your address.”
The morning clinic is scheduled from 9 a.m. – noon at the Old Train Station in downtown Sylvester.
The afternoon clinic is scheduled from 2 – 5 p.m. at Worthy Manor Fire Station off of Jewel Crowe Road-Doles Road.
Rabies is a dangerous disease that can be transmitted from animals to humans. Georgia law requires all dogs and cats to be vaccinated against rabies each year, said Searcy.
“Puppies and kittens over 16 weeks are required to be vaccinated,” she said. “Pets that aren’t wearing up-to-date rabies tags are subject to impoundment.”
The vaccinations are vital because rabies is in Georgia’s wild animal population. Strays and feral animals can also harbor the rabies virus, Searcy said.
“Anyone bitten by wild animals or strays should seek immediate medical treatment,” Searcy said. “You should not attempt to pet, catch, play with or keep as a pet any wild animal.”
It isn’t unusual to see positive cases occasionally inWorthCountyor elsewhere in the 14-county Southwest Health District. “We have had raccoons test positive for rabies here before,” she said. “But they are not the only wild animal in the area known to carry the disease. Other carriers include skunks, bats, foxes, bobcats and coyotes.”
For more information about the upcoming rabies clinic, call 777-2168.
THE ABOVE EVENT WAS A HUGE SUCCESS THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR HELP!!
CHUNKY HAS BEEN FOUND..THANK YOU TO EVERYONE FOR ALL YOUR HELP!
FOR THE RETURN OF “CHUNKY”, A BLONDE BOXER/BULL MIX, TO HIS FAMILY THAT MISSES HIM VERY MUCH . HE LIKES PEOPLE AND IS VERY GENTLE
PLEASE CALL GEORGE AT 206-7746 OR 430-3540
UPDATE Wednesday 11/2/11: Worth County Coroner Johnny Johnson said today the identity of the 69-year old female killed in last night’s accident is Patricia Buchanan of Albany. Officials report Buchanan pulled out into the path of the oncoming truck at the intersection. Buchanan would have been 70 on her birthday this Saturday Johnson said.
On a brighter note, good reports have been received regarding Buchanan’s dog, Nikki, who was in the vehicle during the crash. Rescue officials comforted the dog in the wrecked vehicle at the scene. She did not move and appeared to be in shock until Animal Control arrived on scene and transported her to emergency care in Sylvester. She remains at the Sylvester Animal Hospital. Animal Control Officer Sherri Hendley said today Nikki is improving. She believes there may be some broken ribs involved but is very optimistic regarding the dog’s recovery. Donations to the Sylvester Animal Hospital towards the medical treatment of Nikki would be greatly appreciated. Contact the facility at (229) 776-3923.
Dr. Joe A. Farrow has joined the veterinary practice of Sylvester Animal Hospital. Dr. Farrow is a native of Cordele, Georgia and he is married to Branda Jolley Farrow. They have a daughter, Jolee. Dr. Farrow received his undergraduate degree in Biology from Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus, Georgia and he received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Mississippi State University in May 2010. Joe specializes in large and small animal medicine. His hobbies include hunting, fishing, gardening and spending time with his family. He is the son of Katie Farrow and the late Willis Farrow of Cordele. His wife, Branda, is a native of Sylvester and is the daughter of Peggy Jolley and the late Richard Jolley. Branda works for the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning as a Pre-K Consultant for 9 counties in south Georgia, including Worth. Sylvester Animal Hospital is located at 106 South Isabella St. in Sylvester.
Pictured: Dr. Joe Farrow & Family
These five gorgeous pups are in need of good loving homes, they are weaned off their momma & eating softened dry food, they have been wormed & will be due for their 1st shot in about a week from now. They are currently being housed & cared for by Countryside Animal Clinic. If you are interested in giving one of these puppies a home please call 229.776.3380.
UPDATE ONLY THE LITTLE TAN FEMALE LEFT 10/26/11
Also available to a good home is this cute little guy pictured below!
These cute little guys below are available from Best Friends Humane Society…Call 229.777.7774
A public service message from www.worthit2u.net
WARNING!! ADS FOR FREE PETS: All pets deserve to be placed in loving, caring homes. The ad for your free pet may draw response from individuals who will sell your animal for research or breeding purposes. Please screen callers carefully when giving an animal away. Your pet will thank you!
BFHS is in need of dog food donations. Please pick up an extra bag when you shop and drop it off at the shelter, the Chamber of Commerce, or Sylvester Animal Hospital or Countryside Animal Clinic. We are feeding more than 65 dogs every day. Adoptions are up, but more homeless animals arrive every day. For more information please call 229.777.7774. Thank you in advance for your help!!
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