Hi, I'm Ringo. I'm a lovable adult male, lab mix but definitely a puppy at heart. My foster mom says I'm a very good boy, I'm up to date on shots, microchipped, fixed and I'm house broken. I like running and playing, I get along with other dogs. I love lots of belly and ear rubs, and lots of love and attention. I enjoy intense cat watching, I walk good on a leash, like nice comfy dog beds and cuddling on the couch. I'll sit for treats and enjoy special treats like peanut butter and on special occasions whipped cream. You cant buy love but you sure can rescue it, and I've got plenty of love to give.

So make a date for a meet and greet...1st fill out the ARF adoption form on our website: ARFOFWAYNECOUNTY.ORG

(no obligation to adopt) . Once completed; contact the Animal Refuge of Wayne County @ 912-586-6198.  


Hawkeye is about a year old - a sweet heinz 57 mix! 

Hound - Lab & a bit of German Shepard.  This baby loves being the king in his castle.   

Less than a year old he's a puppy and growing to a good size loveable sweetheart.  Since he's out of the chewing phase, he is ready for his furever home!

Depending on the lighting,  his glistening white fur has spots of either black leather, to brown suede.    Hawkeye gets along great with another dog his age and size in the house.  Needs the standard meet and greet protocal when introducing him to other dogs, since he enjoys being the alpha male.  Cats - a quick sniff then off to play with his doggie buddies.  Unknown on kids as his foster family only has a variety of furbabies (cats and dogs).

Currently uses a doggie door, and is fast in learning basic commands. Hawkeye is housetrained, and loves his big fluffy doggie bed.

So grab this beautiful furbaby and make your family complete.

So make a date for a meet and greet...1st fill out the ARF adoption form on our website: ARFOFWAYNECOUNTY.ORG

 (no obligation to adopt) .  Once completed; contact the Animal Refuge of Wayne County @ 912-586-6198.  


Betty, a 6-8 year old Lab mix weighing about 35 lbs, was found chained to a tree at the home of a deceased individual. ARF was called in to help. We took 6 large breed dogs, Betty included, into our system. Betty was severely injured as she had been attacked by a loose dog. Her head and neck were swollen twice normal size and she had several large gaping wounds. After 9 days at the veterinary hospital (bill of about $1000) and a month of treatment in her foster home her injuries have healed. She may always have a few tale-tale scars. When she was able to walk we discovered, through x-rays, she has degenerative joint disease. That said, she is a sweet, loving little girl! She does well with the other dogs in her foster home. She still enjoys toys, cuddles, and the company of other dogs who are not extremely active. We hope an individual who is looking for a great companion will offer Betty the perfect home to call her own during her sunset years! Betty is house trained, spayed, micro chipped and up to date on vaccinations. Her adoption fee may be negotiable to the right home