2016 Veterinarian of the Year is Leesburg Animal Hospital

2016 Veterinarian of the Year is Leesburg Animal Hospital

We appreciate all of our veterinarians and clinics. Each year we recognize the clinic that has done the most spay/neuters for SpayGeorgia. Our Veterinarian of the Year for 2016 is Leesburg Animal Hospital. Maria Hughes, veterinary assistant, reports that there is a big feral cat problem in Leesburg, and some of their clients are only able to alter the cats with SG certificates. They feel they are helping more people be able to afford the...

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Spay Pets for the Military

Are you, or someone you know, an active or retired military pet owner? Need a dog or cat spayed or neutered? We still have funds in our Spay Pets for the Military campaign to be able to donate certificates so the spay or neuter is free of charge (vaccines and pain medicine not included.) Contact SpayGeorgia at spay@spaygeorgia.org or 770-662-4479. We thank our military for their service and this is just a small way to show it. This program is...

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Atlanta Pit Bull Networking Spay/Neuter Initiative

In October of 2014, Dave Edwards established the Facebook group, Atlanta Pit Bull Networking (APBN). The main purpose of this group is to promote Pit Bulls at Atlanta area shelters for adoption or rescue.In the state of Georgia, the population of pit bulls has spiraled out of control. Based on the philosophy that spaying or neutering pit bulls (and ALL other breeds) is the most humane method of population control, APBN members began donating...

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2015 Vet of the Year-Shannon Veterinary Services

SpayGeorgia is pleased to announce that our Veterinarian of the Year for 2015 is Shannon Veterinary Services in Jefferson. Dr Shannon and her excellent team are very pr0 spay/neuter and stress to their clients not only the importance of the procedure, but that by going through SpayGeorgia they can save money on the surgery. We appreciate not only their commitment to spaying and neutering, but also letting their clients know that it can be done...

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2014 Volunteer of the Year: Elizabeth Nelson

Our Volunteer of the Year for 2014 is Elizabeth Nelson. Elizabeth is a marketing student at Kennesaw State University and has generously donated her time to SpayGeorgia. She has passed on her expertise in marketing, social media, and promotion to us and has also volunteered at an event for SpayGeorgia. We are learning so much from her in the new world of social media as she continues to volunteer. Thank you, Elizabeth, for your time and...

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2014 Veterinarian of the Year: Cairo Animal Hospital

We appreciate all of our veterinarians and clinics. Each year we recognize the clinic that has done the most spay/neuters for SpayGeorgia. Our Veterinarian of the Year for 2014 is the Cairo Animal Hospital, in Cairo, Georgia. The Cairo Animal Hospital was established in 1963 by Dr. Eugene T. Maddox. It began as and still is a full service practice serving small and large animals. Thank-you Cairo Animal Hospital for all of the unwanted litters...

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Chris Purves: Volunteer of the Year for 2013

Chris Purves – Volunteer of the Year for 2013  SpayGeorgia’s Volunteer of the Year for 2013 is Chris Purves. Chris spent many hours updating SpayGeorgia’s computer record-keeping, and patiently trained us how to use it. He is always available to answer our questions and to fix any problems that crop up.  Our records are so easily accessible now and eventually we will be going to computer generated certificates thanks to Chris....

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Eagles Landing: Clinic of the Year for 2013

Eagles Landing Veterinary Hospital SpayGeorgia Clinic of the Year for 2013    Pictured are Dr. Alice Martin and Dr. Jennifer Monroe.  They join owners Dr. Joey Fraser, and Clinic Director Will Fraser, and Office Manager Cheryl Williams at Eagles Landing Veterinary Hospital, our clinic of the year 2013. Eagles Landing in McDonough has participated the SpayGeorgia program for the past several years, and we are so honored and grateful to work with...

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