After firefighters extinguished a fire at a home in South Fulton county, LifeLine Animal Project's Fulton County Animal Services Officers were called in to rescue over 90 dogs from what appears to be a hoarding situation. The owner has surrendered the dogs, but the situation is still under investigation. The dogs are safe and will receive medical care and placement assessments over the next few days, and may go to rescue or be available for adoption based on those assessments. Here's how you can help:
Erick wanted to keep his best friend safe, and our Pets for Life program helped him do just that!
Did you hear? We made a small, but significant change here at LifeLine Animal Project: we removed breed labels.
This decision wasn’t taken lightly. In fact, we researched study after study, talked to experts and relied on our partners for advice before finally deciding that this was the right move for us, for our animals and for our community.
DeKalb County Animal Services' foster pup, Winnie, took a road trip for the holidays and we followed along! From Georgia to Cincinnati, Winnie had a blast on her holiday adventures!
We have five amazing reasons for you to support LifeLine Animal Project this Georgia Gives Day. Your donation today will help us impact more lives tomorrow!
Richie came to us after a severe head trauma. Because of this injury, it causes him to walk or run in circles and can also cause him to have seizures. But with the proper medication and a little love, Richie spends his days just like any normal dog: romping around the yard and giving lots of kisses!
Blue went on a mission: find the best Puppachino in Atlanta! And he did just that. From Decatur to Virginia Highlands, Blue made sure no Puppachino went unturned!
November is National #AdoptaSeniorPet Month and we couldn't be more excited! Adopting a senior pet is mutually beneficial - you save their life + they just might save yours as well. Scroll through a few of our favorite senior pups, who can't wait to make your Monday a little bit better!
Guest blog by: Sarah Rosenberg, LifeLine Animal Project Community Engagement Manager
Yusuf moved from Clayton County to the Home Park neighborhood within the past couple of years. Since his wife died, he hasn’t had anyone to help him care for himself. Wheelchair ridden, Yusuf is paralyzed from the waist down and also suffers from severe open wounds on his lower extremities, both complications of his extreme diabetic condition.
Yusuf is well known around the neighborhood for always carrying treats to give to dogs and cats he happens to meet as he ventures out to the mosque where he worships. And Yusuf is also well known for his trusty sidekick, Beau.