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How to Save Money on Pet Care in Georgia

How to Save Money on Pet Care in Georgia

If you need help with veterinary care in Georgia, you’re not alone. Fortunately, we’ve been able to find a few agencies that can help!

Don’t forget to check out our nationwide list of 24 agencies that help pets in all states!

Need help with spay or neuter costs?

There are many agencies that offer low-cost spay and neuter services for low income families.

Georgia Animal Project (Ball Ground)

This agency offers low-cost spay and neuter services for pets throughout North Georgia. You can find prices and details on their website. 

Georgia SPOT (Atlanta)

Stopping Pet Overpopulation Together (SPOT) provides low and no-cost spay/neuter services to pets of low income households. In order to qualify, you must live in the metro Atlanta area.

Humane Society of South Coastal Georgia (Brunswick)

The Humane Society of South Coastal Georgia offers low-cost same-day spay and neuter surgeries for cats and dogs. The surgeries are done on Mondays and Tuesdays. Get the details here. 

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Need help with with pet food and other items?

Pet food can be expensive. Fortunately, you can get help with pet food in Georgia!

Daffy’s Pet Soup Kitchen (Lilburn)

Owners who are struggling financially may be able to receive pet food from Daffy’s Pet Soup Kitchen. This agency has provided pet food to families in need for 20 years. They provide help for up to two pets per household. You can see their requirements here. The kitchen is open on Saturdays between 11 am and 3pm.

Humane Society of South Coastal Georgia (Brunswick)

The pet food bank gathers donations from around the community. The food is made available to those who need assistance. For help, call the adoption center for more information. 

PAWS Atlanta (Decatur)

The PAWS Atlanta organization offers a pet food bank, as well as bi-monthly pet wellness clinics, discount health preventives, and more.

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Need help with other pet care costs?

Spay and neutering is, unfortunately, the easy part. If you need help with more costly veterinary procedures, be sure to check out our nationwide list of grant providers.

PAWS Atlanta (Decatur)

The PAWS Atlanta organization offers bi-monthly pet wellness clinics, discount health preventives, and a pet food bank.

Pets Are Loving Support Inc. (PALS)

A low cost vaccination clinic is offered by PALS. All pets must be at least 24 months old and a deposit must be paid online in advance.

PALS also helps pet owners who are struggling to care for their companion animals due to age or illness. As their website indicates, “Numerous studies have noted the positive correlation between individuals with animals and improved emotional outlook and health stability.”

As a result, the program helps provide assistance with the care of animals who belong to those who are terminally ill or low income seniors over the age of 65. You can read about their requirements here.

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