The Putnam County Animal Control program was established in 1999 to answer the needs of citizens in the area and its animal population. Our goal is to protect the public's health and safety, enforce state and local laws concerning animal protection and to promote responsible pet ownership. Our shelter, completed in 2000, was designed to accomodate stray, lost, sick, and injured animals, and to quarantine diseased, biting, and potentially dangerous animals. We go beyond expectation, to give our housed animals the best care and treatment possible. Although we are a government agency, we have, and will, maintain a close and respectful relationship with many different rescue organizations in our area to ensure that adoptable animals will have their opportunity to be placed in permanent, loving homes. After all, whether an animal control, or rescue, we all share the same intentions!
Because our shelter is easily accessible from several state highways, roads, and intersections, give us a call for specific directions! We'll get you here! Area Roads: I-20, Hwy. 441, Hwy. 16, Hwy. 44, Hwy. 129 Drive Time: From Atlanta, app. 1hr 30 min (on a light traffic day!); From Augusta, app. 1hr 15 min; From Macon, app. 1hr
Putnam County Animal Control
107 Ridley Drive
Eatonton, GA 31024
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