What We Do...
Every year over 250,000 shelter animals are euthanized in the State of Georgia. This is sadly one of the highest euthanasia rates in the United States.
A dog whose life is in eminent danger is identified and received from animal control or a shelter in an area of the State that cannot afford to be a No Kill Shelter. The homeless pet is selected because of its personality and adoptability. It is given a full medical exam and vetted for a minimum of 2 weeks to determine any additional underlying conditions. If necessary, the animal receives the appropriate medical care to insure that it is healthy. A full range of vaccinations is administered.
Once the animal has completed this regimen, it is placed on a retro-fitted air conditioned van and driven overnight to a No Kill Shelter in MN, PA, NY, NJ, CT, MA, ME or Canada. These areas have been identified as having a high demand for shelter animals because they have been successful in enacting and enforcing laws that protect homeless pets. These areas also require pets to be spayed or neutered before leaving the shelter.
Upon arrival at the new No Kill shelter, the dog or cat is ready for immediate adoption at no charge to the receiving shelter.
Through your generous donation these animals will be cared for medically and then transported to a part of the country that has a high demand for shelter animals. Please donate now!