Cherokee County Humane Society

Saving lives since 1975
770-592-8072

Useful Resource Links

Animal Rehoming Facilities and Organizations

 

SAFETY ALERT: If you are in danger, please call 911, your local hotline,or the Georgia Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-33-HAVEN (42836). 

Georgia's first and only nonprofit organization solely dedicated to helping the human and animal victims of domestic violence reach safety together. www.ahimsahouse.org Crisis line: 404-452-6248

Dogs on Deployment promotes responsible, life-long pet ownership by military pet owners by advocating for military pet owner rights, providing educational resources and granting financial assistance for military pet owners during times of emergency. https://www.dogsondeployment.org/

Note: Every county has their own animal shelter. We are NOT the animal Shelter.
We can not take in stray pets. Strays must be turned into the county shelter to which your license states you are a resident.  Department of Agriculture mandates a stray hold period that we do not have the facility to provide. Thank you for your understanding! 

Low Cost Vet Options

Low Cost Resources
 
 
Spay/Neuter Clinic
Mobile Unit
Spay/Neuter Clinic
Mobile Unit
Vaccine Clinic
Woodstock
Spay/Neuter/Vaccines
Ball Ground
Spay/Neuter/Vaccines
Avondale Etates and College Park
Spay/Neuter/Vaccines
Howell Mill, Mansell Rd. and Mobile
Spay/Neuter/Vaccines
Decatur
Spay/Neuter/Vaccines
Marietta 30060
Spay/Neuter/Vaccines
Villa Rica
Quick Shots
 Vaccines
 Canton

Animal Supplies for Low Income Families

These places can help with pet food.
 
   Pet Buddies hopes to decrease this burden on families in under-served communities by providing pet food, supplies, spay & neuter and education through our program.
Woodstock & Roswell
 

   Daffy’s Pet Soup Kitchen is here to help keep families and their pets together. It’s no secret that America has an overpopulation of homeless pets.

By providing pet food to families that would otherwise have to give up their beloved pets, we are helping to keep animals out of shelters and in their warm, happy homes where they belong. 

Lawrenceville