Rescue dogs "Peaches and Cream " are healthy now and looking to be placed in a good home.
For the past 2 years, Vets, Kennel Techs, and Volunteers at The Royal Animal Refuge in Peachtree City have been nursing back to health dozens of abused dogs, but the facility is out of money, as it runs solely on donations for things like medical supplies, dog food, and wee-wee pads.
Kennel Tech Alyssa Jordan tells WSB Radio none of the dogs brought here are ever euthanized, "right now we have about 30 dogs in the building that's not including puppies, with puppies we probably have an equal amount, we have over 60 dogs in foster homes, so we have lots, they rotate constantly, we pull from other shelters who do euthanize."
Mariel Weigand Director of Royal Animal Refuse tells WSB Radio, "We take in every breed, we don't discriminate at all."
Weigland says some of the dogs are sick, some hit by cars, others abused, and some of the owners simply drop them off as they can no longer afford to feed them "sometimes people come here and they either lost their job or they just don't have the money to take care of their pets, so we're here to help them."
You can donate at royalanimalrefuge.org. The Royal Animal Refuge is located at 341 Senoia Road in Peachtree City and is open 7 days a week if you want to check out the dogs and adopt.