Gwinnett County Animal Rescue
All animals are fully vetted (including spay or neuter, heartworm or FIV/FeLK testing, and vaccinations) before they are offered for adoption. Potential adopters are carefully screened to ensure a good match of family and pet.
One reason a large number of dogs and cats are killed every day in our animal control shelters is because owners do not spay/neuter their pets. There are not enough good homes for all the unwanted litters of puppies and kittens and the abandoned dogs and cats that are brought to the shelters every day. SOHFGA runs a spay/neuter clinic at Gwinnett County's Animal Welfare and Enforcement facility for shelter animals. Our goal is to see that all animals are spay/neutered before they leave the shelter. We also run a low cost spay/neuter clinic for the general public.