We are a 501(c)3 not for profit organization in Calhoun, Georgia trying to make a difference for the homeless animals in our community. We are ran solely by dedicated volunteers and donations. Our program works with the community to rehome and reduce the number of homeless animals. We are not breed specific or age specific. However, we can only accept animals based our facility's requirements and funding. When an animal arrives into our program, they receive a personality assessment. They are put in isolation to make sure they do not have communicable diseases. They are tested, vaccinated, dewormed, and spayed/neutered. After their isolation period is over, they are introduced to the other animals in the program to begin socialization. We provide the community with public services such as low cost vaccine clinics, low cost spay/neuter programs, and educational fundraisers. Our ultimate goal is to reduce the number of homeless animals in Gordon County and educate the community about spaying and neutering, as well as vaccinating their pets.
Calhoun GA 30701 | 2.9 miles away
The City of Calhoun Animal Control Department enforces the City’s animal control ordinances, responds to citizen complaints, removes dead animals from the City streets, picks up stray dogs and cats, assists the County with their animal control needs when requested, enforces state laws regarding animal control issues, and assists the Calhoun Police Department with any animal control issues they m
Calhoun GA 30701 | 4.3 miles away
The Animal Control Department enforces the county’s animal control ordinance in the unincorporated area of the county and in the Town of Resaca through a contract, assists the other cities with their animal control needs when requested, enforces state laws regarding animal control issues, resolves citizen complaints, picks up stray dogs, and assists law enforcement agencies including the Sheriff
Calhoun GA | 13.1 miles away
The Animal Rescue League of Northwest Georgia is a no-kill shelter that rescues dogs and other animals that local animal control organizations plan to euthanize, identified strays, and owner-surrendered dogs. The animals saved by the rescue are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, treated for any medical issues and then placed with families who prefer to adopt unwanted pets rather than purchase breeder