These three shepherd mix females are precious. They are part of the same litter and so sweet! These babies are being raised in the shelter. Now it's full and they are in danger of being euthanized. Please think of these babies. Call 706-846-9022 if you can help.
NEED HELP TAKING PIX AND POSTING ON LINE!!! Help is always needed to save these homeless animals. Networking on line, transport to the vet, walking dogs, temperament testing and other non monetary help is always needed and greatly appreciated. If you are interested in giving your time to help find homes or rescues for the animals in need at the Mancester Animal Control, please call 706-846-9022 if you can help.
Manchester Animal Control is in need of volunteers to take pictures of the animals and post on the Petfinder site. There may be dogs available that are not listed on Petfinder. If you can help, please call 706-846-9022 immediately!
For private postings in Meriwether County, GA, please go to the Classified Ads link on Petfinder. You may also join the Yahoo rescue group at:
This site is for posting private adoptions and rescues, as well as lost and found pets.
Hi everyone. I have an update on Suri, now renamed Beatrix. She is recuperating from parvo, thankfully, and is now in her temporary foster home. However, there is still a huge bill at the vet's office, despite the wonderful donations we've received so far. Also, the temporary foster home can only hold her four to six weeks. This is plenty of time for her to shed the virus and be completely free of parvo and safe for other animals to be around. Beatrix is spayed, heartworm negative, likes other dogs, and shows no interest in cats. She was also treated for a severe case of demodex mange and there is a possibility some of her hair won't grow back. She needs to be an inside dog and does look adorable in her sweaters.
This little girl has been through so much. It's a miracle she's alive. She's small, approximately 30 lbs., the size of a small beagle. She is a young adult and extremely sweet.
Beatrix's (AKA Suri) Story:
I am a volunteer at Manchester Animal Control in Manchester, GA. I saw this girl at the shelter with no hair (she has demodectic mange which is not contagious to people or other pets) and I was afraid she'd freeze to death. The shelter has no heat or air and it is getting so cold, especially if you don't have a nice fur coat to keep you warm and you're sleeping on cold concrete. Beatrix was finally pulled and taken to the vet where she broke with parvo, another devastating blow. However, she pulled through.
Please help make sure the rest of her life is spent making up for how horrible the first part was.
Beatrix needs a foster home for after she is completely over parvo and no longer contagious. Her current foster home can hold her for 4 to 6 weeks but that is all and she has nowhere to go.
12/27/07-Beatrix is doing great! Her hair is coming back already and she is house/cratetrained. She likes other dogs and cats and gets along with her foster mom's niece and nephew. She still needs a new home. Please consider making this baby your own. She's spayed, vaccinated, heartworm negative, and looking for her new family.
Please consider helping her by making a donation for her vet care. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on donating to her vet care.
A donation would make a wonderful gift to the person that loves pets and has everything.
Suri(AKA Beatrice) Update
Suri has been rescued and has a wonderful foster home. Thanks to all who donated towards her care.
The shelter is in need of foster homes. If you would be interested in fostering a homeless dog, puppy or kitty from MAC, please call 706-846-9022.< br>
Click on the Adopted Pets link to view our recently adopted dogs and puppies.
Adoption fees for cats/kittens and dogs/puppies is $35 per animal. The fee does not include any vetting. All animals must be vaccinated for rabies and spayed/neutered within one month of adoption.
11/29/04-Thank you to Gloria of Georgia for her much needed donation and the adoption of one of our beautiful babies.
11/30/04-Thank you to Carol of Connecticut for her generous donation to one of our pups in need.
12/07/04-Thank you to Lynn of Georgia for her kind donation towards supplies and vet visits for our animal control pups.
12/09/04-Thank you to Deva for your generous donation towards our dogs' vet care.
01/27/05-Thank you again Deva for your second wonderful donation! You are helping so many wonderful dogs.
01/27/05-Thank you to Carol of Connecticut for your second generous donation to our dogs in need.
01/31/05-Thank you to Opie's new mom and dad for their wonderful donation to our dogs in need and for adopting one of our Manchester Animal Control pups.
02/05/05-Thank you to Judy for your much needed donation to our needy pups.
03/12/05-Thank you to Joann for your kind donation towards our dogs in need.
03/12/05-Thank you to Carol for your much needed donation towards our dogs in need.
Who We Are
Manchester Animal Control is a small 8 kennel shelter with one animal control officer. Located in rural Georgia in a town of approximately 4900 people and with limited kennel space, the dogs have a very limited time that they are available for adoption. The shelter is unable to return long distance calls, so it is best to correspond through email if long distance or leave permission for the animal control officer to return your call collect. The shelter is rescue friendly.
Adopting a friend
If you see a dog or puppy you are interested, please email or call the shelter for more information.
Shelter Wish List
Please consider donating one of the following needed items to the shelter. If you would like to make a monetary donation or for shipping information, please call the shelter or email us.
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of one of our previous shelter dogs. Caoimhe, AKA Lady, was a neglected senior black lab that was rescued in the nick of time in November 2004. Caoimhe went to live with a wonderful lady in North Carolina. Unfortunately, due to years of neglect, Caoimhe became very ill. After a long, expensive battle, Caoimhe was helped along to the rainbow bridge. She will never know anything but peace and happiness now. I am thankful that there are people out there like Caoimhe's mom who are willing to love and adore these elderly castaways and show them that the world is not always a cruel place.
Come Visit Us!
The shelter is open M-F 8-3 and it is best to call ahead to make sure the AC officer is there to assist you. From Atlanta, take I-85 S to exit 41. South on Rt. 27 about 38 miles to Warm Springs. Thru WS to first stop sign. Right at stop sign (Hwy. 41S). 4 miles to the first stop light, turn left on Perry St. Go to the first stop sign at Truitt and turn right. Go over the small overpass and first street on left is Foster. Turn left on Foster and go about 2 miles to Magnolia Lane on the left. There will be a Manchester Public Works sign at Magnolia. Go to the end of the street and the shelter is on the left.
From Columbus, take Manchester Expressway (SR85) north, 7 miles past Waverly Hall. Bear right toward Manchester. Go 7 miles to the end of the road and turn left on Hwy. 41. Go thru the two lights in Manchester and over the first overpass, to the north side of Manchester Mills to Foster St. Turn right on Foster and go about 2 miles to Magnolia Lane. Turn left on Magnolia and go all the way to the end. The shelter is on the left.
Manchester Animal Control
420 Magnolia Lane
Manchester, GA 31816
*Note: Our Manchester animal control officer cannot return long distance calls. You may specify that he may return your call collect and she will return your call as soon as possible.
Click here for a list of pets at this shelter