Their heads may be big, but their hearts are even bigger! Here are our blocky-headed favorites this week:




Lois is a celebrity! She was featured in an article about DeKalb County Animal Control in the July issue of Esquire Magazine! Its no surprise that she was chosen for the magazine because she is such a sweetheart! She gets very excited when she meets people, she loves everyone. Lois is looking for a forever home when she can cuddle on the couch with her owner and take naps. Is she the one for you? Lois needs to be the only pet in the home. Meet Lois at our Avondale location!




Tammy had a great time on her Dog for the Day adventure! She would love to be your permanent nature-loving buddy. This stocky girl loves people, other dogs and kids. She is calm, but playful. Meet her at our Fulton County Animal Services location!




Sadly our sweet Womack has been returned. He was adopted for a couple of months and returned because the roommate was scared of him. Womack is a big lug that's obsessed with playing fetch. He also lived with children and did fine with them. We'd love to get him into a new home quickly. He is so confused at being back in the shelter. Meet him at our Fulton County Animal Services location!




Money is a staff and volunteer favorite. He has the best temperment and is the perfect balance of energy and calm. He was fortunate enough to live in foster care for quite awhile. Sadly he was returned when another dog entered the household. Being returned to the shelter can be very stressful and depressing. Money is no exception to that. He is confused and uncertain as to why he doesn't live in a home anymore. He lavishes any attention that he can get. He promises to be the best friend and companion ever and would love the same in return. Meet him at our Avondale location!

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