Meet Yogi, Our Pet of the Month

My name is Yogi!  My mom, Debbie Copeland of Preferred Aviation Underwriters, thought Yogi was the perfect name for me.  I am a Yorkinese, which means that I am part Yorkshire Terrier and part Pekinese.  I am almost 2-years-old and I have lived with my mom and dad since I was only 9-weeks-old.

Meet Sassy, Our Pet of the Month

Carol White of MIS Solutions inherited Sassy after Sassy’s human mother (Carol’s mom) passed away in 2014. She is a beautiful 12-year-old domestic longhair who loves a lot of lap time and insists on being rubbed. Nonstop.
How long have you had your pet?
My mom stole adopted Sassy from her next-door neighbor in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Meet Lola Sue, Our Pet of the Month

There’s a lot of cuteness packed into this pint-sized pup. Lola Sue belongs to Shelley Burris of Stuart Mechanical who got the wee dog as a gift for her son. “He’s been asking for a dog for many years,” she said. Lola Sue (who got her middle name from Shelley’s late mother) is a 4-month-old Havanese who is smart as a whip.

Meet GiGi, Our Pet of the Month

This sweet Toy Poodle belongs to Leigh Anne Anderson of Burnette Insurance. GiGi is 1 ½ years old and was named after the main character of the 1958 film by the same name. Here’s a fun fact about poodles: they are ranked the second most intelligent dog breed just behind the Border Collie.

Meet Oakley Rose, Our Pet of the Month

This sweet Chocolate Labrador belongs to Kathy Nichols of The Palmer Agency. Oakley Rose is a 16-month-old girl who loves to swim and is fiercely protective of her human family. These brown dogs are sometimes referred to as “liver” labs, but owners prefer the name chocolate to describe their beautiful companions.

Meet Maddie, Our Pet of the Month

Have you ever ordered something online or in a restaurant only to receive the wrong thing? But it’s OK because the “mistake” turns out to be pretty darn good. That’s sort of the story of our Pet of the Month, Maddie. Her mom, Jessica Anderson of Ankle and Foot Centers of Georgia, thought she was rescuing a Tea Cup Chihuahua from a lady who said she could no longer care for the pup.