The Georgia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a non-profit organization dedicated to alleviating the pet overpopulation problem in Georgia. The goals of the Georgia SPCA include, but are not limited to: Placing homeless and unwanted companion animals into loving homes; protecting lost, strayed, unwanted and abused pets until a permanent home can be found; offering low-cost spay/neuter programs to reduce pet over-population; educating the public about responsible pet ownership; promoting humane education programs; offering the public an alternative to kill animal shelters; alleviating cruelty, abuse, neglect and abandonment of all animals; partnering and consulting with local governments and law enforcement to identify and prosecute animal abuse cases; partnering and consulting with other adoption centers and humane organizations throughout Georgia to implement similar programs and guidelines within their organizations. As a no kill organization, all healthy animals accepted by the Georgia SPCA are placed in an adoption center or foster home until adopted. All pets are fully vetted prior to adoption, including all vaccinations (including rabies), heartworm prevention, flea prevention, spay or neuter, and micro-chip.
23 Buford Highway Northeast #109, Suwanee, GA 30024, USA
1175 Hwy 23/Buford Hwy, Suite 109 Suwanee GA 30024 United States