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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A special thanks to our 20 year charter members!!

A special thanks to our 20 year charter members!!

Tri County Animal Hospital in Cumming 4316 Canton Hwy, Cumming, GA 30040 (770) 887-4530 http://tricountyanimalhospital.com/ Columbia Belvedere Animal Hospital in Decatur 3956 Glenwood Rd, Decatur, GA 30032 (404) 289-5231 http://www.columbiabelvedereanimalhospital.com/ Town and Country Veterinary Clinic in Marietta 1343 Gresham Rd, Marietta, GA 30062 (770) 971-1556 http://www.drgoodvet.com/...

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Cat Toys Now Available in Marketplace

SpayGeorgia now sells hand-knitted cat toys in our Marketplace. These adorable whales are filled with stuffing and catnip, and are a big hit with the kitties.  They come in pairs, and the $6.50 cost includes shipping. The toys were made by the ladies of the knitting guild at St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church. We are grateful for their support of SpayGeorgia! We have other new items too. Check out our decals! Here are some product...

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SpayGeorgia Cookbook

Spaygeorgia is planning to publish an animal friendly cookbook. What makes it animal friendly? The book will contain vegetarian recipes for humans (no animals will be harmed in the production of our book!), and will also contain recipes for dogs, cats, birds, etc. And best of all, all proceeds will benefit our spay/neuter program If you would like to submit a recipe to our cookbook, please email them to spay@spaygeorgia.org, or mail them to:...

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SpayGeorgia Needs Your Help Now: An Important Message from SG President

I am involved with SpayGeorgia because it helped me in my time of need nearly fifteen years ago. In 1998, I rescued my sweet cat, Ralphie. He was homeless, and the vet said he was around 7 months old. I wanted to have him neutered, but money was tight, and safe, low-cost spay/neuter options in those days were limited. A friend of mine told me about SpayGeorgia (it was called Humane Services of Metro Atlanta in those days). I was thrilled with...

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