Emily Hoag

Life Ride Transports

Dear fellow pet lovers,This week the Humane Society completed two Life Ride transports; the first toAtlanta, Georgia on Thursday, March 18 th, and to Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Friday,March 19 th . We transported 8 cats on Thursday, and 14 dogs on Friday. Our dedicatedvolunteers worked hard to make this possible!One of our major goals …

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Boots and Cole

Please help us find a furever home for Boots and Cole! We received Boots,orange kitty, and Cole, black kitty, in the early summer of 2016. They are both five-year-old domestic shorthairs. Boots and Cole were in separate litters when they first joinedthe Humane Society. All of their brothers and sisters found their furever homes, but …

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Azalea Festival Pet Competition

Dear fellow pet lovers,We are pleased to announce that the Humane Society of Valdosta/LowndesCounty will be attending the 2021 Valdosta-Lowndes Azalea Festival at Drexel Park onSaturday, March 13 th, and Sunday, March 14 th . Drexel Park is located at 1401 NPatterson St, Valdosta, Georgia 31601. You can find us in the Kids Zone!At the …

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Charmin

This week’s spotlight companion animal is Charmin! Charmin is a five-month-year-oldSiamese kitten. He has a playful and sweet personality. He is in great need of your help.Charmin has several medical abnormalities that have made it hard for him to stayhealthy. When we received him, he showed signs of severe constipation. BaytreeAnimal Hospital consulted with Capital …

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Birdie

This week’s spotlight companion animal is Birdie! Birdie is a one-year-old calico cat. She is gentle, kind, and is in dire need of your support. When we received Birdie, she was short of breath and panting. The Baytree Animal Hospital conducted an x-ray and found that she had a diaphragmatic hernia. According to the American …

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PAWS

We are glad to announce that Valdosta State University student organization, P.A.W.S is volunteering with us. P.A.W.S. stands for Pets Are Worth Saving. Just like the Humane Society, P.A.W.S strives to be a voice for pets and animals which is what we love to see in our community. We value respecting and caring for all …

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Max

Max. Found pet in stray hold at The Lowndes County Animal Shelter. Found 3/10/21 stray hold ends 3/11/21. Male dog, no microchip found on Baytree road. Available for reclaim until end of stray hold, available for adoption at end of stray hold. Lowndes County Animal Shelter (LCAS). 337 Gil Harbin Boulevard Valdosta, GA 31601(229) 671-2760Hours: …

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HSVLC update

Dear fellow pet lovers, Thank you so much for your prior donations, time, and effort to the Humane Society of Valdosta/Lowndes County. We are proud to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves. We know that without your support, we would not have been able to help thousands of animals over the past 30+ …

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Life Ride Transport Newsletter

Dear fellow pet lovers, We’re so ecstatic to share that we’ve helped numerous companion animals this week. We completed two emergency transports to Ft. Lauderdale, Fl, and surrounding counties. On Wednesday, Feb. 3, we transported 22 adult dogs and puppies to Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. Amongst the pack, we had a pregnant dog and a nursing …

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Press Release February 19, 2021

Press Release Release Date: 02-19-2021 Local Humane Society participates in the No Place Like Home Challenge The Humane Society of Valdosta/Lowndes County will be participating in the Maddie’s Fund “No Place Like Home Challenge” starting Monday, Feb 22, 2021. The No Place Like Home challenge aims to help lost animals find their way back home …

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Contact Us:
1740 W Gordon St.
Valdosta, GA 31601
229-247-3266
info@humanesocietyofvaldosta.org

The Humane Society of Valdosta in Lowndes County serves as the parent organization for programs that advocate and take action to benefit those who cannot speak for themselves. Our ultimate goal is to merit a “No Kill” status for our community and stay the course in providing homes to homeless pets.

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Open by appointment only. If you’d like to adopt, please fill out an application and we’ll contact you to schedule a meet and greet!

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