Animals

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Brown and White Dog Still Missing, Despite Being Seen All Over Decatur Area

DecaturMetro: Brown and White Dog Still Missing, Despite Being Seen All Over Decatur Area [READ MORE]

Decatur-area pet businesses take precautions against dog flu

Decaturish: An outbreak of a newer strain of dog flu in the Decatur area is causing owners of local pet businesses to take extra precautions.  [READ MORE]

 

DeKalb offers free pet adoptions in May

Decaturish: DeKalb County is offering free pet adoptions in May through its “Spring into Adoption” promotion[READ MORE]

"Time to Register for Run With the Dogs!"

BeActiveDecatur: The Decatur Bulldog Boosters would like to let the Decatur dog-loving and running communities know of the 10th Annual Decatur Bulldog Boosters 5K “Run with the Dogs” on Saturday, January 10, 2015 at 9:00 am.  [READ MORE]

Coyote survey

From Charles Seabrook in the AJC: "If you’ve seen a coyote in metro Atlanta lately — or just have some strong feelings about the lanky animals showing up in your area — Chris Mowry and his research team at Berry College in Rome want to know about it.... “This is a chance for folks to be ‘citizen-scientists,’” Mowry said. “Even if you’ve never seen or had any interaction with a coyote, your responses will be helpful to us.” To participate, go to the Atlanta Coyote Project Facebook page at facebook.com/atlantacoyoteproject, then click on and fill out the electronic survey form...." [Read more.]

Coyote sighting 8xx N Superior 11/5/14 9:40 a.m.

A contractor and I saw a big coyote run up our driveway this morning around 9:40 a.m. then jump a 4' fence into the backyard of my neighbors, heading toward Willivee.  At first, we thought it was a German Shepherd, but it had a long snout and was very light on its feet.  Beautiful animal but people might want to keep an eye on small pets.  

Birding at Nature Preserve

Event Date and Time: 
10/11/2014 - 8:00am

From Dave Butler: Clyde Shepherd Nature Preserve, in coordination with the Atlanta Audubon Society, is hosting a birding field trip at CSNP on Saturday October 11 at 8:00 AM. We particularly want to welcome folks from the Medlock area that are interested in birding or have never visited the nature preserve. I will lead the walk with Jay Davis, a friend and experienced birder. No experience needed and there is no cost to attend. Bring binoculars and wear comfortable boots or shoes; the preserve trails may be muddy depending on rain before the trip. Ages 10 and up are welcome.

Missing a Chihuahua? [Update: Found]

[Update: he has been re-united with his family.  Thanks all.] From a neighbor: "Bucky" was found on Wednesday, September 10th in the neighborhood of Clairmont Heights. A sweet and mellow chihuahua, he is probably 3 to 5 years old. Vets tell us he has been well taken care of, though he has no microchip. If you know this dog, please call. Eve 404-327-6009

DeKalb Animal adoptions September 2014

From Wardell Castles via Clairemont Great Lakes Neighborhood Association: If you thought that it's time to to adopt a new friend and save a life, then September is the month to do it.  The DeKalb Animal Shelter's "FALL in love" promotion has the adoption fee WAIVED for all puppies, kittens, cats, and dogs for the month of September. That's right, $0.00 (Standard adoption qualification still applies).  These are all healthy pets looking for a new home. All have been spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, and fully vaccinated. Try to get that kind of deal at your local pet store. Ha!!

Lost cat

This is a notice about a lost cat in the neighborhood. Home address and contact info as below. NAME: Billie BREED: Maine Coon COLOR: Tabby SEX: Female (spayed) AGE: 6 years WEIGHT: c. 10 lbs (small for a Maine Coon) MARKS: Black spot on nose COLLAR: None — slipped MICROCHIP: HomeAgain #4A1A770968 LAST SEEN: Willivee Drive between Desmond and North Decatur on Monday 7/29/14 REWARD: Yes! Rex D. Matthews 705 Willivee Drive Decatur, GA 30033 Tel: 404-325-2692

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