Every other week, Chatham Magazine features an adoptable animal from Chatham Animal Rescue & Education
Goose is a 6-month-old German Shepherd/hound mix who is recovering from an injury. He was shot and suffered a badly broken toe on a front paw. When Goose is fully recovered, he will need lots of exercise in a fenced-in yard. Any children in the home should be at least 10 years old because he plays with high energy.
Goose loves humans and most other dogs, but his dominant type of personality means he would be better suited in a home without other dominant dogs. He is house broken and is very good about going as soon as he is taken outside. He is crate- and kennel-trained rides well in a vehicle. Goose knows some basic commands and is pretty good on a leash but still needs further training. He’s been out in public settings with other people and dogs and is socializing well and makes friends easily.
To learn more about Goose and his adoption fee, visit the CARE website.
The mission of Chatham Animal Rescue & Education is to promote the health and safety of all dogs and cats in Chatham County. CARE foster caregivers provide loving, stable homes to homeless cats and dogs, helping them become the best possible pets for their future forever families. CARE works with the Chatham County Animal Shelter (currently open to the public by appointment only) to save the lives of unwanted cats and dogs, manage feral cat colonies, and serve as an educational resource. CARE is a nonprofit animal welfare organization that has served the community since 1975 and relies on individual and corporate donors for support.