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New adoptable Pets will be posted almost daily. Please check again.
Didn't find what you were looking for? You can find additional animals available at these other local organizations:
Humane Society of Statesboro and Bulloch County, Animal Rescue Division
STARS - Save The Animals Rescue Society of Georgia
Click here to see the shocking HSUS Pet Overpopulation Estimates in the United
Please Don't Litter > SPAY AND NEUTER
SPECIAL THANKS to Ogeechee Technical College's Vet Tech program! Each week, several cats and dogs are sent to OTC to be spayed or neutered, tested for various illnesses, and vaccinated. The animals usually leave the shelter on Monday and return from OTC onThursday. The added bonus for you, as an adopter, is that this is already added in to your adoption fee, so no added or unexpected high fees
If you'd like to, here's what you can do to help support
First and foremost, please consider adopting one of these homeless pets.
But if that's not an option for you, THERE ARE OTHER WAYS YOU CAN HELP!
ITEMS OF NEED FOR SHELTER::
and other items any pet requires to remain healthy and happy are always accepted with gratitude
If you are on a tight budget, have no fear!
Even a few minutes of your time is a great gift for these animals!
Come play with a dog or cuddle a cat. You'll enjoy it as much as they do! We accept volunteers anytime!
Adopting a Friend
There is a minimal $35 ADOPTION FEE that includes deworming and the pet's first set of vaccinations.
Proof of sterilization (spay/neuter) and rabies vaccination are also required within 30 days of adoption or until the animal reaches sexual maturity (6 months).
This must be done at the adopter's expense.
Keep in mind that some of our adoptable pets have been vetted through Ogeechee Tech's Vet Tech program.
Your adoption contract also serves as a 30% off coupon for the spay and neuter of your pet if they are not already altered prior to adoption. This is reimbursed by the Bulloch County Humane Society's Animal Rescue Division.
When adopting, please consider the older pets as well, since they are often overlooked. Our shelter is always overflowing with puppies and kittens, but we also have lots of wonderful adult animals. Many of them are already housebroken, past the puppy stages of chewing, and some are already spayed or neutered, rabies vaccinated & micro-chipped! Also, keep in mind that with adult pets, what you see is what you get. They are already full-grown, so there will be no surprises with size later on.
Please remember that a pet is a commitment for LIFE.
Check out the Petfinder Library for articles on bringing home a new pet, training, behaviors, and much more!
Who We Are
Shelter Manager-- Wendy Ivey
Shelter Attendants-- Danielle Mercer
& Amanda Scott
Animal Control Supervisor & Human Enforcement Officer-- Joey Sanders
Humane Enforcement Officer Christopher Ivey
Humane Enforcement Officer Jonathan Patterson
Come Visit Us!
We're located off of Highway 301 North at 81 Mill Creek Rd., outside the city limits of Statesboro. Go about a mile past the Bulloch County Sheriff's Office and look for our sign on the right.