PLEASE HELP THE GEORGIA SPCA SPREAD THE WORD. A LOW COST WAY TO UPDATE YOUR ANIMALS VACCINATIONS.
The Georgia SPCA is a 501c3 non-profit animal rescue that helps with animal issues in the state of Georgia. All proceeds from the clinic help the Georgia SPCA continue to save the lives of homeless animals in our state.
LOW COST VACCINATION CLINIC NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED
Saturday - May 25
1:00pm to 4:00pm
Time to update those vaccinations?
Protect the health of your pet with these low-cost tests and shots.
The clinic will take place at the Georgia SPCA which is located at 1175 Buford
Highway, suite 109, Suwanee, Georgia 30024.
Please have all dogs on leash, and all cats in a carrier. If your animal has had an allergic reaction to vaccinations in the past, we recommend that you see your regular veterinarian.
All proceeds from the clinic go to help save the lives of homeless animals in our state.
If you would like to volunteer for the vaccine clinic please go to this link Sign Up to Volunteer at the May 25 clinic
We have dog adoptions on Saturdays, and both cat and dog adoptions on Sundays
Set up and break down the adoption area. Includes setting up tables with information, and setting up and breaking down crates. Moving shopping carts out and back into the adoption area.
Keep dog crates and kitty litter boxes clean at all times. Remove soiled newspaper from dog crates and replace with fresh newspaper.
Walk the dogs
Provide food and water for the animals.
Talk to potential adoptees about our animals and our requirements for adoption.
Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age.
Please note - we have two shifts: one from 11 to 1:30, and another from 1:30 to 3:30/4:00. If you can help out all day, please sign up in both time slots.
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Happiness tip: Animals increase serotonin (the feel-good hormone). 67% of owners say their pets provide companionship and reduce loneliness.
We have several silent auction items that are ready for the event coming up in September. For those who don’t know, the shelter is having its 4th annual event called There’s no Place Line a Home. The event is to help raise money for the shelter to rescue more animals from being put to sleep from animal control.
Did you know that just in the state of Georgia more than 100,000 healthy adoptable animals are put to sleep every year! Our goal is to drastically reduce those numbers and the shelter needs people like you to help!
Come have run and help save animals at the same time! You buying tickets to the event helps go a very long way!
Click here for more information http://oz.georgiaspca.org/
If you would like to donate, sponsor or send in items for our silent auction please email email@example.com
Lets reblog this until she gets adopted! Easy way for you to help the shelter!!
This pet is eligible for “Paws for Consideration.” Take them home for a few days and see if they fit into your household. Ellie was originally adopted from the shelter when she was 5 months old. It was not a good fit and she came back to us in February. Ellie has seen some difficult times in her short life.
Ellie is looking for her forever home. She is house trained, likes long walks and loves to be around other dogs. She has some anxiety around loud noises and sudden movements, and she is currently enrolled in training classes at U.S. Canine where she’s learning to overcome her fears. We are looking for a home for Ellie with a family that has a fenced yard and is willing to work with this beautiful girl to help her be the best dog she can be. Contact Foster Mom Lisa if you’d like to meet her - 770-289-4167.
Thank you for helping us spread the word about this event to help the public keep up with much needed vetting for their animals. We ask that all dogs be on leash, and all cats be in carriers. If an animal has had a reaction to vaccinations in the past, it is best that they see their regular veterinarian.