Name Our Logo Contest
SpayGeorgia is holding its first online contest to name the confused and nameless pet on its logo. Alas! It is sad because it wants to have an identity just like everyone else. Its problem can be “fixed” only by you. A $5.00 donation gets your name suggestion into the bin. If you win, you will receive a T-shirt and a free spay/neuter certificate. The deadline is 11:59 kp.m. on June 30, 2013. To enter, send your name suggestion along with a check for $5.00 to P.O. Box 3780
Lilburn, GA 30048. You can also use our Paypal “Donate” button. Make your $5.00 donation, and send an email to spay@spaygeorgia.
SpayGeorgia has been nominated for Best Local Charity in Gwinnett! Voting is now in progress. Please visit the Best of Gwinnett website and vote for us! http://bestofgwinnett.com/best-of-gwinnett-vote-2013/
Questions about our spay/neuter program or about a certificate that you ordered?
- SpayGeorgia is a low-cost program. Please note that we are not a free program.
- Please read Certificate Information and our Spay/Neuter fact sheet first. You cannot get a certificate by leaving a comment on this website.
- For information about purchasing one of our certificates, please email us at email@example.com. We will email the information packet containing our guidelines, certificate prices, participating vets, and an order form to you. If you do not have email, please call us at 770-662-4479 and leave your name and address and we will send the packet to you via U.S. Mail
Vets! If you are interested in becoming a part of our program, please contact us.
Shannon Veterinary Services, in Jefferson, GA is our 2012 veterinarian of the year!
A special thanks to our 20 year charter members:
Tri County Animal Hospital in Cumming
Columbia Belvedere Animal Hospital in Decatur
Town and Country Veterinary Clinic in Marietta
We thank ALL of our wonderful vets for their support.
The idea that pet overpopulation is animal cruelty is the basis of our organization. SpayGeorgia’s mission is direct and straightforward: Reduce the number of dogs and cats who are homeless by promoting widespread spay and neuter services throughout the state of Georgia.
Why spay or neuter your pet?
The Alliance for Humane Action has created this great video to explain why.