• Wednesday, January 22, 2014



St. Frances Animal Center of Georgetown has many animals seeking new homes. The Georgetown Times will feature Pets of the Week each Wednesday.

Hey yíall, Iím Marbles. The staff found me, my brother, sister, and mom in a box in front of the door. Since coming to Saint Frances Iíve spent my time playing and taking long naps. I love people and cuddle time is my favorite time. Iím ready to find my forever home. If you think weíre meant to be, please come visit me today.

Hereís a little song I wrote, You might want to sing it note for note, Donít worry, be happy. This bundle of joy just canít help but bring smiles to all the faces he meets. With a story like Happyís most people become overjoyed at the progress this little guy has overcome. From being a very shy boy who would hide in his crate, freeze when on the leash, and turn his head away when being stroked.

Now, Happy is truly a happy dog. He walks great on a leash, attends the dog park regularly where he does amazing with other dogs, and is both open and accepting of people. If you are interested in adopting Happy, please contact us at 843-546-0780.

Hello, my name is Allison, I am a Lab Retriever Mix. I arrived at Saint Frances in hopes of finding a family to call my own. I realized that life on the road just is not for me. I am energetic and friendly. I love toys, going for walks, and I love treats. I want to share my love with someone who will truly love me and enjoy the happy dog I am. Come visit me today at the center.

For more information, call 843-546-0780 ext. 222, or visit the center at 125 Ridge Road, Georgetown. Appointments are preferred


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