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Amazing Mutts and Wiggle Butts

, Acworth , GA, 30101

Rescue/Shelter Description

A small foster based rescue located in Acworth, Georgia helping local dogs that need us the most. Adoption fee $250 Each one has been vetted: Spayed/neutered, current on age appropriate vaccines (including Dhpp, Bordetella and Rabies) de wormed and micro chipped. Each dog has either tested negative for heart worms and placed on prevention or has been treated for heart worms (when applicable). The Amazing Mutts and Wiggle Butts difference We will help when we can and where we can. Often times those dogs in our local community that need us the most. -All of our dogs are in loving foster homes where they can learn best what it is to be a part of the family; we never board our babies. -Each dog that does through our rescue will have Lifetime membership. If they need to come back for any reason we welcome them with open arms. -Ohana means family and family means no one is left behind or forgotten. When a family of pups is in need we help the whole family. Once your application has been approved we will schedule a one on one meet and greet with the entire family, including your current dogs. At this time we do not have the resources to process out of state adoptions. You MUST live in GEORGIA. We apologize for any inconvenience and heartbreak this might cause.

Areas Served

Metro Atlanta Georgia At this time we do not have the resources to process out of state adoptions. You MUST live in GEORGIA. We apologize for any inconvenience and heartbreak this might cause.

Adoption Instructions

Adoption fee $250 Each one has been vetted: Spayed/neutered, current on age appropriate vaccines (including Dhpp, Bordetella and Rabies) de wormed and micro chipped. Each dog has either tested negative for heart worms and placed on prevention or has been treated for heart worms (when applicable). Once your application has been approved we will schedule a one on one meet and greet with the entire family, including your current dogs. At this time we do not have the resources to process out of state adoptions. You MUST live in GEORGIA. We apologize for any inconvenience and heartbreak this might cause.

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Pets in this Rescue/Shelter

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Bonnie

English Pointer

Anyone looking for a 30lb bed hog??!! Bonnie is 1-2 years old. A beautiful pointer/terrier mix (best guess). She enjoys snuggles and cud... show more

Anyone looking for a 30lb bed hog??!! Bonnie is 1-2 years old. A beautiful pointer/terrier mix (best guess). She enjoys snuggles and cuddles and hanging out with the other dogs. She doesn’t bother the cats in her foster home. Bonnie came to us after living her life outside with dozens of other dogs. She loves other dogs but was not socialized with people. Bonnie had been with us now 10 months and still learning. But was a soooo pleased with her progress. She still takes a little time to warm up to new people. But once she knows you can be trusted, she is all snuggles. She is not crate trained, absolutely terrified of the crate but does well just hanging out in her "safe room" on the bed or couch. A safe room is just a non traditional crate, It's a spare room in the house she goes to when no one is home or when new people are over. Bonnie needs a special home: She will need a patient person/family that will give her time to trust. Bonnie would do best in a home with another playful dog that could take the lead and show her the ways of the home. She freezes on leash, and will not potty on leash, so she will need a home with a fenced in yard. Mostly she need love and lots of snuggles. Bonnie loves to curl up on the bed and take naps. If you are interested in learning more about Bonnie send us a message or To fill out an application visit https://petstablished.com/adoption_form/33868/generic Adoption fee $250 Bonnie is Spayed, up to date on vaccines, micro chipped and heart worm negative. show less

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Diamond

Pit Bull Terrier

Diamond!! This girl is so full of personailty. She will keep you on your feet, or possibly knock you over with kisses!!! Diamond is 2 ye... show more

Diamond!! This girl is so full of personailty. She will keep you on your feet, or possibly knock you over with kisses!!! Diamond is 2 years old, about 60-70 lbs athletic built. She is a mixed breed. I see Pitty in her face but her long, tall kangaroo legs and longer thicker coat could possible be husky. She is good with most dogs. She would also be okay as an only dog as long as she had plenty of toys to play with. No Cats!!! She is excited to see kids and will run to them.She gets very excited and would probably knock over a small kid easily. 8 years old and up would be preferred. She has periods where she is energetic and playful and other times where she Just want to snuggle and be nearby. She thrives with consistency, structure and routines. First thing in the morning she is excited as soon as you open the door. She is ready to go out and run some energy out. She loves to play with her puppy friends, chase tennis balls and brings them back, frolic with a stuffy and play tug of war with a rope, leash, or tutu. After ten mins she is ready to come inside to eat breakfast and be with the family. Inside she looks for where her people are hanging out and wants to be on the bed with you, laying at for feet while your are working, or just hanging out near by. She gets a treat each time she goes into her crate. Frozen peanut kongs for long hours the days the foster family goes to work. She will rest quietly in her crate until the foster family gets home. She will be so excited to see you when you return home from a long day. She will go outside to potty but quickly run to you and possibly knock you over with hugs and kisses. When you pet she she will fall to the ground, roll over on her back and smile The kind of smile that can melt away all the stresses of a long work day. She requires a heavy duty crate to keep her contained. She would not be for someone that doesn’t believe in crate training or doesn’t use the crate properly. The crate is there to keep her safe while waiting for her family to come home! She enjoys her supervised fenced time/playtime and has learned to go to the gate and paws at it when she wants to come back inside. We Love car rides, she gets so excited seeing new things, just hops right in as soon as you open the door. We have spent a lot of time on leash walking. She still needs a little fine tuning and often times she will grab the middle of the leash in an effort to walk herself. Just part of her Diamond charm. adoption fee is $250. Diamond is fully vetted: vaccines, spayed, microchipped, tested negative for heartworms.   To fill out an application visit https://petstablished.com/adoption_form/33868/generic show less

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Ichabod "Iggy"

Rat Terrier

Best Guess: Rat terrier about 20-22lbs but tall and lengthy not fat. 12 years old with good energy still. "He’s an easy dog, gets along... show more

Best Guess: Rat terrier about 20-22lbs but tall and lengthy not fat. 12 years old with good energy still. "He’s an easy dog, gets along with all my fosters big and small. Fine with the cats and loves people. He is very friendly and will reach out for affection. He is housetrained with no accidents as long as you stick to the routine you two come up with. I admit I was two hours late for our night time after dinner potty break and he had an accident but that was on me. I normally don’t crate my seniors instead they hang out in the living room that has tile floors for east clean up. Iggy has extreme crate anxiety (like rub his nose till it bleeds and pull your teeth out trying to escape anxiety. 2 hours in the crate when he first got here and I realized I had to have a different plan for Iggy.) The only quirk I have noticed is he doesn’t like when he is picked up under his front arms. But if you swoop him up from the side and carry him he is fine. Something I have noticed trying to help him get up on the couch with me. However he doesn’t really need help getting up on the couch he can and often jumps up on his own. The couch is his preferred spot to sit. He likes to curl up in the corner of the couch on top of the two pillows to be as comfy as possible. He deserves all the comforts in life." ~ Foster mom Vetting: Heartworm negative, neutered, up to date on vaccines and microchipped. Senior bloodwork is good. Iggy came to rescue with horrible teeth. He had a dental and they pulled all but 2 teeth. With two teeth, I would figure he would want canned food, and he does, but he will also go around and eat any dry kibble dropped on the floor or left over in someone's dish. To fill out an application visit https://petstablished.com/adoption_form/33868/generic Once Approved we will get you on the schedule to meet this handsome gentleman. show less

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Jasmine

Domestic Mediumhair

Meet Jasmine! 2 year old Jasmine is one of the sweetest cats we have meet. She lives for attention. Could spend hours keeping you compan... show more

Meet Jasmine! 2 year old Jasmine is one of the sweetest cats we have meet. She lives for attention. Could spend hours keeping you company getting pets and head scratches. She just can not get enough! She is a petite little thing now but starting to fill in. Jasmine is one of three cats we have taken in from a not so ideal situation. 13 cats lived in the home. NOT one is spayed/neutered. No vetting completed. And when they realized they had too many cats, they started throwing them outside. Jasmine was spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, dewormed, and combo tested. Bloodwork shows she is sadly FIV positive Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is one of the most common and consequential infectious diseases of cats around the world. In infected cats, FIV attacks the immune system, leaving the cat vulnerable to many other infections. Although cats infected with FIV may appear normal for years, they eventually suffer from immune deficiency, which allows normally harmless bacteria, viruses, protozoa, and fungi found in the everyday environment to potentially cause severe illnesses. Though there is no cure for FIV, recent studies suggest that cats with FIV commonly live average life spans. The primary mode of transmission for FIV is through bite wounds from an infected cat. Casual, non-aggressive contact, such as sharing water bowls or mutual grooming, does not appear to be an efficient route of spreading the virus. As a result, cats in households with stable social structures where housemates do not fight are at little risk of acquiring FIV infections. Fill out an application at https://petstablished.com/adoption_form/37232/generic  Once approved we will schedule a one on one meet and greet.  Adoption Fee is $125 includes spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccines, microchipped and combo tested.     show less