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Every Sunday

11 am - 2pm

*outdoor event so weather permitting

Location: "Petco at Edgewood", 1267 Caroline Street, Atlanta, Ga 30307

Off Moreland Ave, just south of Little Five Points, next to Target


Mutt Strutt and Meet and Greet!

Sat., April 23rd

10:00am - 1:00pm

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Location: WILDWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH, 4801 Wade Green Road, NW, Acworth, GA 30102

Kennel House Workday

Sat, April 30rd

9:00am - 3:00pm


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Recent News



Saturday, April 30th

9am - 3 pm

Each month we schedule a kennel house workday to continue the upkeep of the grounds and facility. Chores include pooper scooping, mowing grass, trimming trees, building fences, moving mulch, etc etc.

This month our focus is not only on the yard maintenance but on constructing a short retaining wall and replacing a fence across the back to secure another play yard for the dogs. We need TONS OF HELP even if you can just carry some sticks or boards or swing a broom or scooper.

Please consider coming out. Each month we have the same set of 5 volunteers and we need to add to them before we all burn out!

Community service hours are also available for this day.

If you would like to volunteer, please email us at


Storm and her pups are only 3 weeks away from needing homes!

Her OLD Life Proud Mommy The Pups



The puppies are now 5 1/2 weeks old. They will recieved their second deworming and first set of vaccinations on Monday, April 25th.

We will open for application at that time as well. They will not be available to go to new homes until the week of the May 15th but we have had tons of interest so we are hoping to have wonderful families waiting. We expect the puppies to be over 50 lbs when grown. We do not know dad but suspect him to be the 80 lbs pit down the street from her old owner.



This 35 lbs, precious, sweet little angel was about to explode with pups when she came to our attention. She was chained outside, no longer living the live she once knew in the house when she was a younger pup. Instead, she had been tied outside often and was no pregnant by one of the neighbors dogs who was allowed to run free. The good news was that her owner was willing to surrender her.

That very night, Storm lay in the dirt, tied to the porch alone, and this is where she delivered her pups. 4 pups lived, 2 did not. :(

Storm is a 35 lb, pit bull, 3 years old. She has been protective of her pups when other dogs are around so we are not sure if she gets along with dog on a normal day or not.