For almost 20 years, Atlanta Animal Rescue Friends has worked to create a world where every pet matters. We strive to help homeless pets find homes and help pets stay with their families for their whole lives. Every person can play a part in creating a community where every pet matters. Find your place and join the team!
AARF's adoption process requires three steps: 1) completed application 2) home visit 3) signed adoption contract and adoption fee ($225 for dogs, $85 for cats)
Stone Mountain GA 30087 | 3.6 miles away
At MUCH ADO ABOUT HOUNDS, INC., we are volunteers who donate our time to rescue, rehabilitate, and adopt out companion animals who are abandoned or need re-homing. While we focus on the hound breed, we try to help all dogs... and cats, too! We also educate the public about animal welfare matters, and especially emphasize the importance of SPAYING and NEUTERING all pets. MUCH ADO ABOUT HOUNDS, INC.
Tucker GA | 3.7 miles away
In 2012, the nonprofit, Chap’s Chow Rescue INC, was established and a small dedicated group of volunteers formed the only Chow rescue in the Southeastern U.S. Chap’s Chow Rescue is a small rescue doing big things. Chap’s Chow Rescue is located near Atlanta, GA and operates via foster homes. Our only limitation is resources. Please support us by joining our team and/or making a donation.
Tucker GA | 3.9 miles away
Companion Pets in Need is a referral service for pets that can no longer stay in their present environment.
Chamblee GA 30341 | 4.8 miles away
DeKalb County Animal Services and Enforcement has two divisions: Shelter Services and Enforcement Services. The Shelter Services Division is managed by LifeLine Animal Project, a non-profit organization whose programs strengthen the entire animal welfare community by promoting homeless pet adoption, providing affordable spay/neuter services, increasing public awareness, and advocating for lifesavi
Dunwoody GA | 15.8 miles away
Rescue Me Georgia (RMG) was created by two women who came together in 2008 with the same wish; to help the forgotten dogs in Jasper County who, up to that point, had no voice. Shelia and Marybeth joined forces and decided to concentrate their efforts on a small, rural animal control in Jasper County (specifically located in Monticello, Georgia). Jasper County is about 90 miles southeast of Atlanta