Monday October 18th, 2021 10:45AM

Pet of the month: meet Griffin!

By Lauren Hunter Multimedia Journalist
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Looking for a new four-legged friend to join you on some adventures this fall? Meet Griffin at the Hall County Animal Shelter!

Griffin is a three-year-old Boxer mix who weighs about 62 pounds. He was brought into the shelter in September, so undoubtedly he's ready to enjoy the cooler weather with his new family.

Shelter staff said that Griffin enjoys being around people and behaves well on a leash. He is also fairly active, which means he would be the perfect partner for an outdoor hiking or camping trip. 

From now until Saturday, rescues like Griffin have an adoption fee of only $25 as part of the Hall County Animal Shelter's Clear the Shelter event.

Anyone who is interested in meeting Griffin or any of the other available rescues will need an appointment. In order to book an appointment, potential adopters should contact the shelter at 678-450-1587 ext. 9.

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