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April 17, 2015

Savannah, GA – Keep your dog from getting lost Guinn Friedman, Chief Operations Officer Not all stray dogs are homeless dogs! April 23rd is the second annual National Lost Dog Awareness day. Each year millions of pets go missing for a whole variety of reasons. Mistaken for strays without an owner, these pets frequently end

Other Rescue Groups in Savannah

Coastal Pet Rescue(912) 228-3538coastalpetrescue.org GRRR (GA rescue , rehab & relocation) (912) 656-9792 www.g-r-r-r.com One Love Animal Rescue (912) 572-1251 www.oneloveanimalrescue.com Savannah/Chatham Metro PD (Animal Control Division) (912) 351-6750 animalcontrol.chathamcounty.org Save – A – Life (912) 598-7729 www.savealifepets.org

Wish List

HSGS is always in need of certain items that are necessary to maintain and operate our shelter.  A tax receipt can be provided for all donated items upon request. Dogs Durable/ washable toys Dry Purina dog food Dry Purina puppy food Blankets Rubber KONGS Leashes and collars Canned chicken broth (in summer for pup-sicles) Cats

April 10, 2015

Savannah, GA – Humane Society gearing up for Doggie Carnival Corndog, Shelter Resident Hi! I’m Corndog the Bassador. A nice lady named Kate came to Animal Control one day and brought me back to the Humane Society. I’m hanging out here now, waiting on a foster home so I can get my heartworm treatment. Sometimes

March 27, 2015

Savannah, GA – Pet poisons lurking in your home Lynn Gensamer, Executive Director Last week, in observance of National Pet Poison Awareness Month, we reviewed five of the Top 10 poisonous substances based on nearly 200,000 inquiries handled by the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC). Here are the remaining five from the Top 10

March 20, 2015

Savannah, GA – Protect pets from household, outdoor poisons Lynn Gensamer, Executive Director Potential pet dangers lurk everywhere, in the most common household items. Protecting pets from them is so important that March has been designated National Pet Poison Awareness month. The effects of poisoning can range from something as simple and transient as vomiting