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Georgia Animal Project would like to thank Bones, northwest Georgia's premier
animal resort for their generosity and steadfast support in sponsoring the
reconstruction of our clinic lobby. Thank them the next time you pay them a
We also thank Shirley and Tunnie Padgett, local artists, rustic furniture makers
and antique collectors at the Rusty Rooster Antique Shop in Ball Ground for
all their wonderful support, patience and wisdom. Visit historic Main Street
Ball Ground and say hello to Shirley and Papa.
Support locally-owned businesses!
They care about our community.
A Georgia Animal Project Clinic Coordinator is honored as Pathfinder of the Month by Cherokee
County's Townelaker magazine. View the article here.
Visit these additional animal
welfare organizations for spay and
neuter alternatives in your area:
In April 2011, Georgia Animal Project moved to historic downtown Ball
Ground, GA. Our new address is 310 Gilmer Ferry Road, Ball Ground,
30107. From this location, we are better able to serve Cherokee County
residents in Canton, Waleska, and Woodstock, but also residents in Cobb,
Fulton, Bartow, Pickens, Gilmer, Gordon and Dawson counties as well.
View research article on the benefits of prepubertal neutering in companion animals here. It's better
to spay them young!
From 2009 until our move to Ball Ground, our clinics were graciously hosted by Cherokee County’s
finest feed, seed and animal supply store, the locally-owned TC Country. Georgia Animal Project
extends our sincerest thanks for their generous donation of time, space and patience (barking dogs).
With their help we were able spay or neuter 1345 animals. Thanks to everyone at TC Country!
Georgia Animal Project is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to solving companion animal overpopulation.
|Dedicated to solving
Downtown Ball Ground, GA
(by appointment only)
310 Gilmer Ferry Road Ste B
Online Appointment Form
or 770-704-PAWS (7297)
Thanks to grant funding provided by PetSmart Charities®, Georgia Animal
Project was able to provide over 150 zero-cost spay/neuters to owned
cats in zip code 30183. This grant funding ran from November 2011
through June 2012 and was a tremendous success for Waleska residents.
Thanks to a vaccine grant from the ASPCA, Georgia Animal Project was able
to provide 500 rabies, 129 DHPP and 121 FVRCP vaccines free of charge
to animals at our clinic. This grant program ran from January 2012 through
June 2012 and proved a terrific benefit in providing vaccines free of charge
to those animals most in need.
Thanks to a feline spay/neuter grant from the ASPCA, Georgia Animal Project
altered 132 cats at significantly reduced costs between April and July 2012.
The generous grant proved a tremendous success in helping local area
residents in need. Thanks ASPCA!
February is National Spay/Neuter Month. Thanks to a spay/neuter grant
from Petsmart Charities, Georgia Animal Project altered 125 cats at $20 each
in February as part of their "Beat the Heat" compaign. Georgia Animal
Project altered 369 animals in total for February with the help of Petsmart
Charities and other national and local granting agencies. Thanks to everyone
for making Spay/Neuter Month 2013 our best ever!