© 2024 SpayGeorgia. All Rights Reserved.
Designed by K Fouts Designs
No, while SpayGeorgia is a low-cost program, it is not a free program.
More than 110 veterinary clinics in Georgia have generously agreed to provide spaying and neutering services at a substantially reduced cost.
The end result is that pet rescuers and caretakers who need financial assistance can have their pets spayed or neutered for about half of the normal cost.
Anyone who needs financial assistance in order to spay or neuter their pets can purchase up to six certificates in a six-month period.
The number of certificates that are available is limited, because of limited SpayGeorgia funds.
No screening procedures are required in order to obtain a low-cost certificate from SpayGeorgia.
SpayGeorgia believes that education is the key to ending the cycle of “impound and kill” as a method of controlling pet overpopulation.
Our humane education volunteers teach both children and adults the importance of kindness to animals and responsible pet care. The adult program is appropriate for civic social, and professional groups. Pet overpopulation degrades the quality of life in our communities, and is quite costly to taxpayers.
We cannot accept animals for foster care, we are not a humane society.
SpayGeorgia is not associated with any Humane Societies or Animal Shelters, we do offer low-cost spay/neuter certificates, and our humane education volunteers teach both children and adults the importance of kindness to animals and responsible pet care.
All contributions are tax deductible.
Please use the form below. All information will be emailed unless specifically requested to be mailed. If the information is not in your inbox, please check your spam folder.
Stay up to date with the latest news from SpayGeorgia.