If you are experiencing medical or behavioral issues with your pet, our first suggestion is to have your veterinarian perform a wellness exam to determine if there is a medical concern.
For behavioral issues with canine companions, we recommend consulting a professional trainer to perform an assessment and provide guidance for potential courses of action.
If you are moving to a new residential location, please be diligent and locate pet-friendly properties that will allow you to take your animal companion(s) with you.
No-kill animal shelters typically remain at maximum capacity. Requests for owner surrenders or rehoming usually outnumber adoptions. We do our best to provide challenged pet owners with resources that will enable them to keep their pets.
When there are no other options and our facility is at maximum capacity, we can add your pet to our Home-to-Home program. Our goal is to keep animals out of a shelter environment and place them directly from one home to another.
Please contact us at 770-428-5678 if you have exhausted all options to help your pet, and we will do what we can to direct you to an appropriate source or potential adoptive family.