Angels Among Us Pet Rescue is very grateful to one of our veterinary partners, Peach Pets Animal Hospital of Johns Creek, for saving the life of a sweet, irrepressible Great Dane mix named June Bug.
June Bug faced several medical issue that her owners couldn't afford to treat, so Dr. Stephanie Smith was asked to euthanize her. Instead, Dr. Smith accepted ownership of the young dog, and performed the necessary surgery at her own expense. Dr. Smith and her staff are now asking us to help find a forever home for June Bug, and we are glad to help.
According to clinic staff, "June Bug is about six months old. She won't be too big, though, when she gets older, and we expect her to be about 75-80 pounds when fully grown."
She is all legs and full of energy. Dr. Smith's own dog is teaching June Bug basic doggie manners, and Dr. Smith is training her, including how to walk properly on a leash.
She is extremely affectionate, and gets along with dogs, cats and kids of all ages. All her vet work is done, including being spayed, vaccinated, and tested for heartworm disease. We would like to see a home where there are plenty of play and exercise opportunities, and lots of TLC.
For more information on June Bug, please call Peach Pets Animal Hospital at 770-814-9000.
Other adoptable dogs and cats can be found at www.angelsrescue.org.
Angels Among Us Pet Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit volunteer-based organization dedicated to rescuing dogs and cats from high-kill shelters in north Georgia. The organization operates through a network of foster homes in the north metro Atlanta area and its efforts are funded by tax-deductible contributions.