Georgia Dog Advocates, Inc is an animal welfare organization located in north Georgia. We are a group of Advocates dedicated to improving the lives of at risk dogs in need of services. We focus on the prevention of animal cruelty and neglect through our advocacy campaigns and educational initiatives. We can’t succeed alone, and need the support of community members like you to make a significant impact. Learn more about our work and how you can get involved.
If you'd like to assist with training, transport, fundraising, shelter advocacy, photography, outreach, or picking up or delivering donations, maybe just walking shelter dogs or any aspect of rescue, let us know. We'd love to have you join us!
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With our mission always in mind, we strive to find new ways to make our OUTREACH efforts more effective. If you are in need of assistance for food, basic supplies, preventatives or training, please reach out by submitting a detailed message below to learn about the qualifications. Or contact us to learn more about our team’s work and commitment to keeping pets in their loving homes.
Pictured Above: Volunteers who helped with our Pickens Hounds Project. Right: Connie and Mitzi, our Friends of Paulding County AC
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POLK COUNTY, GA
PAULDING COUNTY, GA
A Polk County man was indicted on 107 counts of felony aggravated cruelty to animals and 107 counts of felony dog fighting in a case which began with police discovering 70 dogs at the Cashtown Road address. He served about 5 years of his 15 year sentence. We were there to assist, assess, and transport.
Her life was about to end.... in a tragic way. Her owner says she was "a crappy hunting dog". Perhaps she just wants to live inside and be loved as a companion dog. Not all Pointers are born to hunt. When we arrived, she was waiting in the metal hunting dog box (tin locker) in the back of the truck, her eyes and nose taking turns checking us out through her peep hole. Abby is living her best life in NY, thanks to her Advocates!
PICKENS COUNTY, GA
Bailey had been abandoned on a farm property and in her own for a very long time. Several of our Advocates fed, watered, and cared for her for months. We called in our dear friend and Great Pyrenees foster, Dr. Esbeck from Sawnee Animal Clinic, who helped to sedate, examine and treat her. She was finally rescued and then rehomed to a wonderful family. We were there every step of the way.
Please be specific about your situation and how we can help your DOG! We are NOT a rescue!
We are committed to help reduce the homeless canine population by assisting with spay and neuter, community outreach, educational and shelter programs in Georgia.