On 12/15/16, The Walker School brought us a bunch of supplies that they had collected for our dogs and cats. Thank you so much for thinking of us and collecting supplies for us!
Homeless Pets Foundation took in three dogs that were found wandering on I20. See the news story below. http://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/163459077-story
The kids in Addison Elementary’s school club made treats for the homeless dogs at our adoption facility.
Please check out this great article on Dr. Good and Homeless Pets Foundation! The AJC’s Gracie Bonds Staples visited with Dr. Good at Town and Country to learn more about his journey to becoming a veterinarian as well as his heartfelt animal rescue work.
We salute Girl Scout Troup # 12395. They made treats and brought them to our adoptable dogs today! The girls are earning their bronze award, the highest award for their age group. Thank you for supporting Homeless Pets Foundation and for your community service girls! Keep up the good work!
WSBTV recently broke story about spay/neuter in Georgia tied to auto license plate sales. They reached out to Dr. Good to get his advice on how to make the program better than it is now. The Homeless Pets Foundation actively promotes spay/neuter of all pets in Georgia. It will improve the disposition and temperament of…