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Our Enrichment Wish List

If you've checked out our wish list you may have noticed some odd items next to dog treats, catnip, Kongs, blankets, and tennis balls. Things like: pipe cleaners, parchment paper, corks, paper towel rolls – we probably sound a little odd asking for things things, but these items go toward our enrichment program. Our animals [...]

By | January 23rd, 2017|About Animals, Dog Training, Volunteering|

Kitten with developmental disabilities to live life inspiring differently-abled children

Grant has Cerebellar Hypoplasia, a cognitive disorder that causes him to be a bit wobbly.  But Grant doesn't know that, he thinks just like any other kitten (because he is!), and he absolutely loves to play. We even bought him his very own playpen that he could hang out in while he was in our [...]

By | January 20th, 2017|About Animals, Second Chances|

$5,000 Reward Offered After Dog Shot and Killed

The Atlanta Humane Society and Norred & Associates seek justice for Sassy Just a day before Christmas, Sassy, a 12-year-old Pit Bull mix, was shot in the stomach. She then dragged herself back to her family’s porch where she laid down and died. The family has been seeking information and the Pike County Sheriff Department [...]

By | January 9th, 2017|About Animals, Rescues & Transfers|

Five Cold Weather Myths

Five Cold Weather Myths : Protecting Your Pet This Winter   Like it or not, winter weather has arrived!  You’ve likely turned up the heat, stocked up on firewood and pulled out the boots and sweaters from storage. But what have you done to prepare your four-legged friends for the chilly weather?  If you think [...]

By | January 5th, 2017|About Animals, Education, Tips & Advice|

Meet Giselle

We noticed right away that Giselle couldn't hold her head up straight, but we weren't sure why. Our veterinarians told us the most likely explanation is that she had an ear problem that went untreated before she came to us which left her with a permanent head tilt. Thankfully, it doesn't seem bother Giselle, and we think [...]

By | December 28th, 2016|About Animals, Second Chances|

Agnes’ Second Chance

Agnes was sick, emaciated, and scared. She was being treated for parvovirus at a local transfer partner when a painful mass popped up on her side and exploded. She received a drain for the mass so it wouldn't get infected. Somewhere along the way, Agnes also developed an upper respiratory infection. We treated [...]

By | December 28th, 2016|About Animals, Rescues & Transfers, Second Chances|

Miller’s Second Chance

We didn't know anything was out of the ordinary when Miller first came to us. But our animal care staff noticed he was drinking water and using the bathroom much more than what's normal for a cat his size. Our veterinarians quickly discovered Miller is diabetic. He needs a special diet and [...]

By | December 27th, 2016|About Animals, Second Chances|