Solace Pit Bull Rescue
Dog adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
P.O. Box 45
Bloomingdale, GA 31302
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:Solace Rescue looks for great forever homes for the pit bulls and staffordshire terriers in the Coastal Empire, including: South Carolina, south east Georgia, and north Florida.
About Our Rescue Group:Solace is a small organization that began in 2010. We take in pit bulls and staffordshire terriers -only a small amount at a time- to give them a safe haven until a permanent home is found for them. While under our care, the dogs are spayed or neutered, treated for heartworms, and vaccinated. We also bring them into our homes to train them to be housebroken, crate-friendly, and to give them love.
Donate to Our Rescue Group...http://www.solacepitbullrescue.org/Events-Contact-Info.html
Come Meet our Pets:Solace is a proud participant in many of the local doggie events. You can find some of our adoptables at our booth for these next ones:
10/29/11: TailsSpin Pet Supply's Savannah PAWrade Event
Habersham Village, Savannah, 11-3pm
10/30/11: Savannah Kennel Club's Costume Contest/Obedience and Rally Matches, Daffin Park, Savannah, 12-4pm
10/30/11: second location Grand Opening for Catnip-n-Biscuits, Richmond Hill, (new location is behind the Post Office) 12-4pm
Our Adoption Process:All of our adoptables have been spayed or neutered, are heartworm negative, and up-to-date on vaccines. If you are interested in one of our dogs, we ask that you send us an email requesting an adoption application. Once the application has been filled out and returned, we will begin checking references, and we'll call you to schedule a home inspection.
While our adoption applications do ask which dog you are interested in, we will advise otherwise if we feel that it's not a good match. This can prevent one of our dogs ending up in a bad place. Also, Solace will absolutely take back any of their previous dogs that are NOT working out in the new home, instead of having that dog wind up at an Animal Control.