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Paws Humane: (706) 565-0035 Spay/Neuter Clinic: (706) 987-8380
Click here to view updated services in the Paws Humane Veterinary Clinic. Veterinary Clinic operating hours are Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. and Adoption Center operating hours are Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Paws Humane Society

The Chattahoochee Valley’s leader in pet adoptions, veterinary services, and animal resources

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Pets

Be a hero. Change a life! Thank you for considering opening your heart and home to one of our Paws Humane Society pets. Your home and love will provide an animal the chance to succeed in living their wonderful new life as your new best friend.

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Veterinary Services

Paws Humane has a wonderful veterinary clinic and staff offering high-quality services to the public at the best prices in town! Keep your pets healthy while saving money by using the Paws Humane Society Spay/Neuter and Wellness Clinic.

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Donate

Your support helps to ensure homeless pets in our shelter receive lifesaving medical care and our outreach programs continue to grow to benefit both people and animals. Your generosity helps make Paws Humane Society the leading force in fighting pet overpopulation.

Meet Candie.

Today, we need your help. We’re reaching out to the entire Paws Humane Society family – thousands of animal advocates like you – in hopes you can help us find a very special dog a very deserving home. Candie is a three-year-old mixed breed dog who came to Paws Humane as a stray rescued from Columbus Animal Care and Control. She’s been waiting longer than most to find her forever home. More than 400 days to be exact.

That’s nearly half her life.

 

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DAYS

Give the gift of time, volunteer

Volunteers show up day in and day out because they care and want to make a difference in the world. When you volunteer at Paws Humane, you are making a direct impact on the lives of homeless animals in the Chattahoochee Valley. Whether walking or bathing a dog, or socializing a cat, the shelter animals at Paws Humane look forward to the time they spend with our volunteers. Sign up to make a difference today!

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Spay/Neuter Clinic Special

Paws Humane Society’s Veterinary Clinic is offering a HUGE spay/neuter discount off our already affordable prices for pet owners of the Chattahoochee Valley! Schedule your pet’s spay/neuter appointment anytime between June 14-25 for just $50!

DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS DEAL! To schedule your appointment, call 706-987-8380. LIMITED APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE! Due to a high volume of calls for scheduling, please allow for longer hold times for appointment bookings.

Foster

Paws Humane’s Foster program allows our volunteers to open their homes to puppies and kittens as well as sick, injured, and behaviorally challenged animals while they are preparing for adoption. Fostering is an immensely rewarding experience you’ll never forget, and it changes animals’ lives in a very direct way. Be an in-home hero and save a life by becoming a foster parent to one of our shelter pets today.

WHY OUR MISSION MATTERS

A GLIMPSE INTO OUR LIFESAVING IMPACT IN 2020

Veterinary Clinic:

  • 6835 spay/neuter surgeries performed
  • 511 heartworm treatments
  • 10350 vaccines given
  • 6113 wellness appointments
  • 3489 microchips implanted
  • 140 surgical procedures
  • 13 dental cleanings

Adoption Center:

1556 pets were adopted into loving, happy homes.

 

672

DOGS

 

847

CATS

 

37

CRITTERS

Paws Humane Society is committed to saving the lives of homeless animals in the Chattahoochee Valley. Check out the impact we made in 2020.

Volunteer hours logged.

Animals spayed/neutered through our Veterinary Clinic.

Lives saved through our Adoption and Transport programs.

Animals assisted through our Community Cat and Pets for Life outreach programs.

Number of vaccinations and microchips provided by our veterinary clinic wellness program.

Animals placed in Foster homes.

Thank you to our partners!

Paws is a proud recipient of funding from Maddie's  Fund®, helping to achieve a no-kill nation #ThanksToMaddie.