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Community Events

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Go Fix Georgia Program

Donate a vehicleLearn more about our newest life-saving program assisting rural counties with access to spay/neuter services.

Become a Volunteer

Planned PEThood would not exist without our passionate and hard-working volunteers. Learn about our volunteer opportunities.

Become a Foster Family

Become a FosterBeing a foster family is one of the biggest contributions you can make. A little time can mean a lifetime for a homeless pet.

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Dog and cat lying in the grassOur foster families are the best! You can help support them by making a purchase on our Amazon wishlist.

Upcoming events

  • 06 Mar 2024

    Bingo Night

    When: March 6th – doors open at 5 PM and Bingo starts at 7 PM Location:  Slow Pour Brewing Company –…
  • 18 May 2024

    Afternoon Tea with Kittens

      When:  May 18th from 3-6 PM Location:  The River Club – 1138 Crescent River Pass, Suwanee, GA 30024 Join us…
  • 19 May 2024

    Community Cat Seminar

    Save the date for our upcoming Community Cat Seminar taught by Hannah Shaw, the Kitten Lady. More details to come…

Featured Pet

Meet Sammy

Sammy is on special kitty! He was spotted in a feral colony, likely abandoned. He desperately needed medical intervention to address his rotting teeth, infected wounds, a nasty ear infection, and more. With lots of medical care and some TLC from his foster mom, Sammy is doing much better and searching for his forever home. He was a mess but through it all, Sammy has fully embraced the indoor life and even loves laps and company.
If you’d like to meet Sammy, please email or fill out an adoption application.

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Planned PEThood of GA
🌎WORLD SPAY DAY IS HERE! 🌎This annual campaign aims to encourage people to save animal lives by spaying and neutering companion animals 🐱🐶 and community cats.At Planned PEThood, every day is spay day! After all, our slogan is “Neuter Your Pets! (And Your Weird Friends and Relatives).” It is our mission to provide high-quality and affordable spay/neuter services to everyone. Since opening our doors, our veterinary team has performed over 90,000 spay and neuter surgeries. While this number is impressive, it is obvious our work is not done. Today, we need your help to educate and inspire others. Think about your friends, family, and colleagues. Is there one person you may be able to open a discussion with about spay/neuter? Tag a friend or share this information about spay/neuter on your page. You can learn more or book an appointment at #SpayAndNeuterAwarenessMonth #spayandneuteryourpets #SpayAndNeuter #spayandneutersaveslives ... See MoreSee Less
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In honor of Black History Month, we celebrate the man believed to be the first Black veterinarian in the United States, Dr. Augustus Nathaniel Lushington, and the first Black woman to receive her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM), Alfreda Johnson Webb.Augustus moved to the United States from Trinidad when he was 20 years old, and later became the first Black man to earn a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from the University of Pennsylvania in 1897. For much of his career, Dr. Lushington set up his veterinary practice in Lynchburg, VA, working mostly with large animals including cows, horses, and other livestock. His pioneering accomplishment paved the way for future generations of Black veterinarians and serves as an inspiration for aspiring veterinarians of all backgrounds.In 1949, Alfreda Johnson Webb became the first Black woman to receive her DVM, making her the first woman to graduate from Tuskegee Institute and the first Black woman to graduate from any school of veterinary medicine in the United States. Her groundbreaking achievement opened doors for others in this field. Throughout her career, Dr. Webb dedicated herself to providing compassionate care to animals and advocating for the inclusion of underrepresented voices in the veterinary field.Let's honor their legacies during #BlackHistoryMonth! ... See MoreSee Less
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