Suzy Caildid you get a picture of reggie's new family?! so happy for them!6 months ago · 1
Carmelita CarmenSee the center photo with the young boy and the woman holding the brown dog? How cute! Does anyone know the breed of the dog? It looks very much like my dog George. Thank you.6 months ago
We can go on and on about why we need to adopt a pet, as this is truly quite an unselfish action that one can do. Every weekend, at most of the pet stores around town, you can almost definitely find adoption events.
Courtney FoorI've got an 11 year old pit that we've had since he was 3 and he's the best! I love his senior dog behavior and temperament. He wants to cuddle more than run around and an hour of playtime puts him right into nap mode! He's much more easy going and doesn't try to test the boundaries like he used to. I would definitely say adopting a senior dog is an awesome idea!3 days ago · 3
Miranda Lynn RobinsonFun fact: we fostered this dog for two weeks and we loved her! Unfortunately with me being pregnant we couldn't keep her long, but she is so sweet! We also have dogs so if anyone is wondering how she acted around them I can let you know :)3 days ago · 2
February 20, 2016, 12:00pm - February 20, 2016, 2:00pm
1050 Carl Griffin Dr, Savannah, Georgia
Join the Humane Society for Greater Savannah and the Chatham County Sheriff's Office on February 20th, from 12pm-2pm for the Operation New Hope Class 40 adoption event--the first since the new addition of the women's program!
This special event will be held in the parking lot outside of the Chatham County Jail on Carl Griffin Drive. The dogs from Class 40 will be available for adoption immediately following the 10am graduation ceremony. Adopters are encouraged to bring their own dogs for a meet and greet. Adoption fees are $150.
Save the date for the Humane Society for Greater Savannah’s 16th Annual Doggie Carnival on Sunday, May 15th, from noon to 4 pm in Forsyth Park. This family (and canine!) friendly festival features fun for everyone – big and small!
Admission to the carnival is free and all proceeds benefit the Humane Society for Greater Savannah.
Stay tuned for more details!