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Macon County Alabama, 2 adult females

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These two are at the Macon County Alabama shelter with the younger one listed as URGENT. link to shelter....
If I can help with phone calls or possibly transport, I will.
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I just found more info on the one who looks younger...

"Name: Miss Shepherd-URGENT
Rescue ID: D080173
Status: Available for Adoption (adoption info)
Species: Dog
Breed: German Shepherd Dog (medium coat)
Sex: Female (not spayed)
Current Size: 70 Pounds
Potential Size: 75 Pounds
General Potential Size: Large
Current Age: 6 Years (best estimate)
Activity Level: Slightly Active
Indoor or Outdoor: Indoor and Outdoor
Good with People: Friendly

A beautiful German Shepherd needs your help. If she doesn’t get financial help soon, the County may be forced to humanely euthanize her.

The Macon County Humane Society wants to save her, but it is running out of money to pay her medical bills. If you looked into her eyes, you would want to make a charitable donation. She is a beautiful black and tan, purebred German Shepherd. She weighs 70 pounds and is middle-aged. She has a great personality in spite of all her health problems.

A Good Samaritan found her as a stray in Notasulga. She was limping, in pain, and desperately in need of care. The Humane Society is doing what it can. She is already improving, but she still has blood in her urine, has heartworms, and has a swollen right rear leg.

Won’t you please save her? Please call Donna at 334-727-0776 to offer your help."

The older dog appears to be in foster.
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Bump for the bama girls.
This girl needs help.
Dawn, have you called the shelter? If not I will to try and get a status.
If there is a rescue interested, please let me know. I can not foster, but am willing to help in ways I can with these dogs that are relatively near me. (ie transport, eval, etc when I can).
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