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Live in a condo, apartment complex or town home? We've actually found that docile, medium-sized cats and dogs do really well in an apartment environment! Looking for a cuddle buddy that just wants to chill on the couch all day? Look no further than these apartment ready pets! (Please note, before adopting any pet, please check with your landlord or apartment complex to ensure they are pet friendly)

Jordan

Jordan doesn't let the touch of gray on her face and "senior" status get in the way of her having fun! This happy-go-lucky nine year old is very polite and loves making new friends. She gets along great with other dogs, weighs about 40 pounds, and would love to go home with you! Meet Jordan at our DeKalb County Animal Services location!

 

Here's what our wonderful volunteer had to say about her day out with Duke: "We had such a great time taking Duke out today. This endlessly cheerful little dude is definitely a lover. He still seems like a puppy, with a ton of enthusiasm, friendly with everyone we met, and always ready with a slobbery kiss. His fur is super soft, and he was very polite in the car as well as on the leash. His energy levels were great. He was alert towards but didn't overly fixate on distractions (other animals, noises, little children running close by), which was awesome. I'm not sure if someone had already taught him "sit" before today, but as you can see from the videos, he picked it up quickly and was an expert by the end of our time together! He's extremely treat motivated and really loves a good belly rub." Meet Duke at our Fulton County Animal Services location!

 

Chilling

Chilling is a gorgeous boy. He loves attention and he is happiest when in a humans lap. He does well with other cats. Chilling is FIV+. Kitties with FIV can still live long and healthy lives and even mingle safely with non FIV kitties in the proper environment. He is in search of a home that will love him and keep him safe from a scary outside world. Meet Chilling at our LifeLine Dog House & Kitty Motel!

 

Starfish

Little Starfish is such a lap dog! Given a few minutes in the playyard without a lot of distractions, Starfish will come over and climb on your lap. She desperately wants to feel safe and secure. Over the last few weeks she has grown more comfortable with the staff and volunteers and we have gotten to know a silly, playful, and cuddly young adult who will thrive in the right environment. She is treat motivated, already knows sit, and is ready to learn more. She may never be the confident dog who goes to the park, but she so deserves to feel loved and safe in a foster or furever home. Meet Starfish at our Fulton County Animal Services location!

 

Becky

Becky is young (less than a year) but is super smart, gentle, and well behaved. She knows sit, down, paw, stay, and come and is a very quick study. She is a low to medium energy lab mix with the cutest smile. Meet Becky at our Fulton County Animal Services location!

 

Nothing can get Donnie down! This sweet senior boy is filled to the brim with personality. He has never met a stranger - human or canine. His favorite activities include going for slow walks, eating breakfast, and looking at you longingly from across the room. Donnie has a few senior-related medical issues and will need to go in for an additional check-up at his adopter's veterinarian. Meet Donnie at our DeKalb County Animal Services location!

 

Pageant

Pageant is a beautiful, senior pup who is currently undergoing Heartworm treatment in foster care. She is a super docile pup, who loves lounging on the couch and going for walks with her foster parents. Once she is done with her Heartworm treatment, she will be available for adoption through our DeKalb County Animal Services location!

 

 

 

 

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