WHAT MAKES PLANNED PETHOOD UNIQUE?
Most organizations are one thing: an animal rescue, a spay/neuter clinic, an outreach organization, or a TNR (trap-neuter-return) team. We’re ALL of those things—and more!
Your donation will impact the lives of animals in our community more than any other organization, because you are supporting all efforts of rescue, education and the reduction of homeless animals. We attack the problem of shelter overpopulation
in Georgia in a variety of ways:
Saving more than 800 unwanted animals each year
through rescue, foster and adoption efforts.
Offering low-cost high-quality spay and neuter services
at our Duluth clinic four days a week. We offer spay and neuter surgeries for owned cats, dogs and community/feral cats for $35-$110. Each week we alter more than 200 animals!
Helping more pets stay in their homes by providing low-cost vaccine clinics twice a month
. These clinics allow the community accessible routine care for their pets at rates they can afford. We offer vaccinations, microchipping, heartworm/combo testing, flea medications and education during these clinics.
Partnering with Gwinnett County Animal Welfare and Enforcement to provide medical services for all the animals at the county shelter. After 10 years working with the county as an adoption partner, Planned PEThood received the medical services contract in 2018. Our veterinarian and our team of technicians are in the county shelter every day ensuring the medical care for animals
in our community.
Educating the community on the importance of Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR) efforts for community/feral cats. We allow the community to borrow cat traps and teach them how to use them at NO CHARGE! We employ a full-time TNR/Feral Cat Coordinator who is out in the community trapping cats, educating and training others and working with law enforcement to ensure feral cats are released or placed rather than killed. We have helped fix and place more than 1,500 feral/community cats this year.
HOW WILL MY DONATIONS MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
We will increase our rescue efforts, which target pets in the most dire need:
-Neo-natal kittens and puppies needing round-the-clock feeding and care
-Dogs and cats with life-threatening injuries or illnesses
-Pets living in horrendous conditions in hoarder homes
-Feral kittens born outside with little to no chance of survival.
We will conduct more outreach and wellness programs, allowing us to offer affordable spay/neuter and vaccinations to low-income communities.
HOW CAN I HELP AND GET INVOLVED?
Our goal for GA Gives Day Is $40,000. We know it is a big goal, but we have a lot of work to do!
We are always in need of short term two-week foster homes. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We have lots of wonderful cats and kittens waiting for forever homes. Visit pethoodga.org
to view adoptable animals.
Even an hour or two a week will make a big difference. so contact email@example.com for more information.
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Planned PEThood is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.