Animals Deserve Better Georgia has a dog that needs Rehoming- BanditBandit (originally Henry Scott) is a American Bulldog / Lab  mix originally adopted from Animals Deserve Better in March 2013. Henry Scott was born on December 25th 2012 in my home.  His  mother and siblings are all in service.

His adoptive family has this to say…

He has been clicker trained since he was 10 weeks old.  He is very playful, loves people and loves playing with other dogs.

Trained:  Sit, stay, leave it, release, lay-down, shake, roll-over, spin around, chin on the ground, fetch and follow.

It is very important to me that Bandit’s new home will love him and keep up with his training.  He is a smart dog and has been trained to learn since he was a puppy.  He is crate trained and has only had once accident when he was a puppy.

He is a great dog and my family loves him very much.  Our home is very small and our backyard is tiny.  He is 73lbs and we feel that he needs a bigger living space.  We are not rushing the process to find him a good home but want his new family to fall in love with him.

Contact Kimberly: 770.402.0297  | Kimberlyadb@aol.comAnimals Deserve Better-ReHome Ben

Ben was adopted from us by a loving family three years ago. He lives here in East Cobb. He has always been a little shy but once he warms up to you he is fine. He is great with all dogs. His owners children are grown and now have very young children of their own – unfortunately for Ben the new born’s are allergic to his dander ( along with half the family) and since they cannot allow Ben to be with the children he has been put in his crate or outside so no life for a family dog who genuinely would blossom with the right person.

Ben is getting stressed but the family cannot keep Ben separate from the family anymore its just not fair so now they are looking for a family to give him a great home where he can be part of it.

Can anyone make a space in their home and heart this season for a shy young man who prefers grown ups and dogs.  Can we make his Christmas wish come true and give him a place to call home – the alternatives for Ben otherwise are not looking good.    Contact Kimberly: 770.402.0297  |