Unique Breed Club
At the Georgetown Animal Shelter, we focus on the unique qualities of our animals. Only at our shelter will you find truly one-of-a-kind unique canines. Each week since October 2013, we have introduced a new unique breed as “Pet of the Week.”
Over the years, you’ll find the Dappled Border Boxmation, the Stumpy-Legged Weimer-Wiener, the Tiny-Tanned Twinkywawas, and the Miniature Snowy Lapland Dog. This is not a list of dogs currently at the shelter. Check HERE to see the dogs currently in the shelter.
Unique Breeds over the Years
2-year-old Missy found herself all alone and pregnant. Luckily, she was brought to the shelter where she gave birth to 8 healthy pups (all have already been adopted). Now that her mothering duties are complete, she is ready for a home that will treat her like a baby. Missy loves
3-year-old Dianna is the definition of a hard luck hound. Starting off at a Waco shelter, she found a home for 24 hours until they realized they didn’t like her energy level. They brought her to our shelter where we discovered she was heartworm positive. We’ve been on the search
2-year-old Gigi is a lovely girl looking for love! She originally came from the Taylor shelter and has been with us since early April. Gigi is good with other dogs and very affectionate with all people. She loves walks and playing with toys. This Hazel-Eyed Swirl Hound is known for