Wednesday June 23rd, 2021 5:42AM

Newsroom's Pet of the Month: meet Sid!

By Lauren Hunter Multimedia Journalist

Hall County Animal Shelter staff call him a "sweetheart", but you could call him your next FURever friend!

Sid is an approximately three-year-old Shepherd mix ready to find his permanent home. He lives currently at the Hall County Animal Shelter.

Sid has a calm, yet playful personality. Shelter staff said he was shy at first when he arrived at the shelter, but has since warmed up to people. He will come up to strangers and let them pet him shortly after meeting them. He shows his playful side when he is outdoors, lying in the grass and peeking up at you with big, brown eyes.

Due to his somewhat-shy personality, Sid is probably best suited for a home with adults or older children. Potential adopters can meet Sid at the shelter by booking an appointment. More information is on the Hall County Animal Shelter website.

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