Liberty earned her name legitimately. This poor old girl spent much of her life on the end of a chain. She was turned in by her owner at a metro shelter -- with six pounds of rusted chain and a padlock embedded into her neck. She had to have surgery to remove the chain and is now sporting a scar all the way around her neck. Liberty earned her name because she is now FREE! This sweet lady is quite loving and friendly, despite the neglect and abuse she suffered for so long.
Though she lived outdoors most if not all of her life, she is adjusting fine to indoor living and even appears to be housebroken. She is doing great with crate-training and will be leash-trained once her neck wounds heal. Amazingly, Liberty is heartworm negative, but she does have a lot of hair loss due to years of flea infestation. Her coat should grow back in nicely now that she is getting good food and medical care. Liberty is slowly learning to live with other dogs, but she would probably be happiest as an only dog. She might be okay with one other mellow dog who wouldn't challenge her too much. Liberty does like to chase kitties, so she can't go to a home with cats. Liberty is very sweet with children. She is fully vetted -- spayed/neutered, heartworm negative, and current on vaccinations and deworming. The adoption fee is $150 (cash only, please).
You can apply to adopt by submitting an application via our website at http://www.sohfga.com/. We hold adoptions at Petco in Snellville from 12-4 every Saturday and Sunday. Not every pet is present on every adoption day, so if you want to meet this one, be sure and contact us!