Pet of The Week! Bear

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Pet of the Week, dog, puppy, Katrina,

This week, FYNTV says hello to Bear! A brand new Pet of the Week, Bear is between seven and eight weeks old, but much of his history and details are not so certain.

Bear may have honey in his heart, but his tale isn’t so sweet. Rena tells us that they are having to guess a lot with the dog as he was picked up from another county after being found in a garbage can. Despite the sad beginnings, Rena says that this is exactly why they are around. People should always find a humane society or animal shelter of some kind, never dump a pet like this.

Now, Bear lives at the Humane Society of Blue Ridge where he has found better conditions. Bear likes to sit in the cool of the shade, constantly avoiding the sun. He is still skittish against loud noises and needs a little more attention for training as most puppies do.

However, Bear likes cats!

We also have finally gotten BKP to get a cat. A long time Dog-enthusiast, even he is branching out to provide a better home for animals in the area.

You can schedule a time to meet with Bear this week. So, start the process online at the Humane Society of Blue Ridge or call them at 706-632-4357 to set up a time to meet with him, or schedule a meet and greet for your pets to see how they get along.

Sponsored by Blue Ridge Humane Society, you can follow more on Pet of the Week through the dedicated playlist on FYNTV and check out a wider variety of shows there as well.

 

 

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Pet Of The Week! Ariel

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Pet of the Week, dog, puppy, Katrina,

This week we are joined by the playful, social Ariel! Ariel is about 9-10 months old and was returned for chewing. Ariel is a social loving dog looking for her forever home.

Sponsored by Blue Ridge Humane Society, you can follow more on Pet of the Week through the dedicated playlist on FYNTV’s Youtube channel and check out a wider variety of shows there as well.

Pet Of The Week! Katrina

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Pet of the Week, dog, puppy, Katrina,

This Week we have Katrina on the show. Katrina is a three-year-old rescue. She’s extremely calm and sweet. She isn’t a fan of puppies or cats, some adult dogs would be okay. Help us Find Katrina her forever home.

Sponsored by Blue Ridge Humane Society, you can follow more on Pet of the Week through the dedicated playlist on FYNTV’s Youtube channel and check out a wider variety of shows there as well.

Homeward Bound Pet Rescue’s Pet of the Week – Simon

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Homeward Bound Pet Rescue, Inc’s mission is to find safe, loving homes for unwanted pets in
the North Georgia area. Homeward Bound has re-homed over 7000 pets since 2000. We are a
100% non-profit, no-kill organization that is completely run by volunteers and depend on
donations, grants, Paws and Claws Thrift Store and fundraising events during the year.

Homeward Bound Pet Rescue, Inc.

P.O. Box 792
Ellijay, GA 30540
706-698-HOME (4663)
Apply on line: www.hbpr.org
LIKE us on FaceBook

Meet Simon, a boxer mix who is approximately 5 months old. This young guy was found as a
stray and nobody claimed him. Their loss but what a treasure for some other lucky family. He
is already 30 lbs. so anticipate him being a big boy. He is gentle, loving and eager to please. He
wags his tail at all dogs and we have yet to hear him bark in the 4 days that we’ve had him.
We’d also love to tell you about volunteering, fostering and adoption opportunities.

Homeward Bound pets are up to date on vaccinations, treated month for fleas, ticks and heartworms,
spayed or neutered and are ready for adoption unless specified otherwise.
We are available by appointment for a “meet and greet”. The address is: 215 Wishon Drive,
Blue Ridge, GA (off Maxwell Road). We do recommend bringing everyone who will be involved
with the new pet; especially your dog(s).

Thank you for your support! We couldn’t survive without the help from our friends!

Pet of the Week – The “H” kittens

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Pet of the Week, dog, puppy, Katrina,

When BKP is away, the kittens will play… with RICK! This feline Pet of the Week episode features Rena returning with our first feline feature on the show. What makes cats different and good for time stretched owners? Rena breaks down the kittens for adoption and shows you how to get your own from the Blue Ridge Humane Society.

Sponsored by Blue Ridge Humane Society, you can follow more on Pet of the Week through the dedicated playlist on FYNTV’s Youtube channel and check out a wider variety of shows there as well.

Homeward Bound Pet Rescue Pet of the week – Tulip

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Homeward Bound Pet Rescue, Inc’s mission is to find safe, loving homes for unwanted pets in
the North Georgia area. Homeward Bound has re-homed over 7000 pets since 2000. We are a
100% non-profit, no-kill organization that is completely run by volunteers and depend on
donations, grants, Paws and Claws Thrift Store and fundraising events during the year.

Homeward Bound Pet Rescue, Inc.

P.O. Box 792
Ellijay, GA 30540
706-698-HOME (4663)
Apply on line: www.hbpr.org
LIKE us on FaceBook

Meet Tulip, a 30 lb; one-year-old terrier mix whose goal every day is to give and get hugs from
everyone she meets. The first thing you will notice is her smile and then her beautiful spotted
coat of caramel and vanilla. Tulip started her heartworm treatment on 5/21 and will need a
home where she can get leisurely walks every day; no playtime; no exerting her heart rate until
her treatment is through in November. A foster home will be welcome also!
We’d also love to tell you about volunteering, fostering and adoption opportunities.
Homeward Bound pets are up to date on vaccinations, treated month for fleas, ticks and heart
worms, spayed or neutered and are ready for adoption unless specified otherwise.
We are available for a “meet and greet” by appointment. The address is: 215 Wishon Drive,
Blue Ridge, GA (off Maxwell Road). We do recommend bringing everyone who will be involved
with the new pet; especially your dog(s).

Thank you for your support! We couldn’t survive without the help from our friends!

Pet of the Week! Checkers

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Pet of the Week, dog, puppy, Katrina,

BKP has special guest Checkers on the show this morning! Checkers is an adorable 10-month-old, believed to be a lab mix puppy. He is ready to be adopted by a loving family. Every person he sees he wants to say “Hi” to. He is very friendly and loving. He does need to be trained on some things, but with him being treat orientated it should be fairly easy. Make an appointment today to go visit him and adopt today! Just contact the Blue Ridge Humane Society and tell them you want to meet Checkers.

Sponsored by Blue Ridge Humane Society, you can follow more on Pet of the Week through the dedicated playlist on FYNTV’s Youtube channel and check out a wider variety of shows there as well.

Homeward Bound Pet Rescue’s Pet of the Week – Daisy

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Daisy

Homeward Bound Pet Rescue, Inc’s mission is to find safe, loving homes for unwanted pets in
the North Georgia area. Homeward Bound has re-homed over 7000 pets since 2000. We are a
100% non-profit, no-kill organization that is completely run by volunteers and depend on
donations, grants, Paws and Claws Thrift Store and fundraising events during the year.

Homeward Bound Pet Rescue, Inc.

P.O. Box 792
Ellijay, GA 30540
706-698-HOME (4663)
Apply on line: www.hbpr.org
LIKE us on FaceBook

Meet Daisy, a 7-year-old Staffie mix who has been at HB for 6 ½ years. She’s always been the
bridesmaid; never the bride when it came to adoptions. After so many years at the shelter, she
is apprehensive of everything new. She thinks the volunteers are her family and HB is her
home. Daisy loves people and car rides! A good placement for her would be the only dog in an
adult household who have a fenced yard; no small children only because of her strength and
bulk of 65 lbs. She gets enthusiastic and might accidentally hurt a little one.

We’d also love to tell you about volunteering, fostering, and adoption opportunities.
Homeward Bound pets are up to date on vaccinations, treated month for fleas, ticks and heart
worms, spayed or neutered and are ready for adoption unless specified otherwise.
We are available for a “meet and greet” by appointment. The address is: 215 Wishon Drive,
Blue Ridge, GA (off Maxwell Road). We do recommend bringing everyone who will be involved
with the new pet; especially your dog(s).

Thank you for your support! We couldn’t survive without the help from our friends!

Towns County Animal Rescue adoptable pet of the week- Sweetheart

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Sweetheart

Towns County Animal Rescue is looking for a loving home for a beautiful long-haired, gray, female kitten whose name is Sweetheart, because that’s what she is.  She absolutely loves people and wants to be with them.  She comes to you when call her or enter her room, and she sits beside you waiting to be petted.  She goes nose to nose with you and lays her head on your hand.  She also loves to play with toys.  She is spayed and has had a rabies vaccination.  The perfect owner would keep her inside, because there are too many dangers in these mountains for cats.  She is currently in a cat colony, but she is too adoptable to leave out in the wild.   The preferred owner would be a mature and responsible adult 65 years old or younger rather than young children who could accidentally let her outside.  If you are wanting an adorable and lovable fur friend or know someone who is, please contact Sue at 706-435-0526.

 

Pet of the Week! Ruger

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This week we have Ruger a 7-year-old male with a lot of love and personality. Ruger was returned from his previous home because he wants to be the alpha. Ruger is playful and loving.

Homeward Bound Pet of the Week – Layla

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Meet Layla, a beautiful lab mix who is as sweet as she is cute. This girl is about 6 months old,
35#, completely vetted and ready for immediate adoption. Layla was a stray in Pickens County
and never claimed. She walks great on a leash, seems to enjoy the company of other dogs, shy
around cats, and working on her house training. She is a very smart girl and will catch on
quickly. Layla has never met a toy she didn’t want to play with or someone she didn’t love!
Contact HB and we will set up a meeting! Apply online: www.hbpr.org

We’d also love to tell you about volunteering, fostering and adoption opportunities.
Homeward Bound pets are up to date on vaccinations, treated month for fleas, ticks and heart
worms, spayed or neutered and are ready for adoption unless specified otherwise.
We are available for a “meet and greet” by appointment. The address is: 215 Wishon Drive,
Blue Ridge, GA (off Maxwell Road). We do recommend bringing everyone who will be involved
with the new pet; especially your dog(s).

Thank you for your support! We couldn’t survive without the help from our friends!

Homeward Bound Pet Rescue, Inc’s mission is to find safe, loving homes for unwanted pets in
the North Georgia area. Homeward Bound has re-homed over 7000 pets since 2000. We are a
100% non-profit, no-kill organization that is completely run by volunteers and depend on
donations, grants, Paws and Claws Thrift Store and fundraising events during the year.

Homeward Bound Pet Rescue, Inc.

P.O. Box 792
Ellijay, GA 30540
706-698-HOME (4663)
Apply on line: www.hbpr.org
LIKE us on FaceBook

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