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Humane Society of North Georgia
Dog adoption and cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog or adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
447 Hebron Road
Commerce, GA 30530
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:We take in pets from all over, and adopt out within driving distance. We are located at exit 149 on I-85, Commerce Georgia - about 40 mile south of the SC border, 60 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta.
Please take a good look at our POBD's (Plain Ol' Brown/Black Dogs) - they are custom-made, Heinz 12's at least. And they're very sweet - they just don't look like any particular breed, and they get passed over on the internet. Please take a second look, and adopt a POBD!
About Our Rescue Group:We are an adoption service for pets that need homes. We do adoptions by appointment, and offsite adoptions from time to time. We also provide discount spay/neuter certificates to rescuers and pet owners. We specialize in small dogs and generally great family pets. We also have a soft spot for senior animals, and currently have about 10 elderly cats and dogs who live with Jennifer.
Donate to Our Rescue Group...http://www.adoptabuddy.petfinder.com
Come Meet our Pets:Call 706-244-1498 for an appointment to meet our animals. If you are looking for a companion for your current dog, it's good to bring it with you so they can meet in a neutral place, an check each other out.
Our Adoption Process:Puppies, kittens, and cats: $125 Adult dogs: $150
Giant breeds: $250
We have a small application, and if you are a good fit, you go home with your new family member. If you can't keep the animal, I'll give you your adoption fee back minus $25 for the aggravation, even if you have a good reason, or just made a bad decision.
No-Kill? We must turn away pets when we don't have room, so we are not a "No-kill" shelter -- there really is no such thing as long as pets are dying because there are no homes for them. It sounds good, and makes it easier to get donations, but it's not reality.