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We recently took in and are caring for 18 dogs that were part of a dog fighting ring in DeKalb County. Since the case is under active investigation, limited information is available from Animal Enforcement, part of the DeKalb Police department. We will be evaluating the dogs while they recover in our care and they are not available for adoption. But individual housing of dogs does put a strain on an already full shelter (over 400 dogs currently). Here's how you can help:
It’s that time of year when the days are shorter, the nights are colder and you’re busy buying gifts for everyone on your list. As you make your purchases, please don’t forget there are some furry, four-legged friends who will be spending their holidays in the shelter. Want to make their holidays a little brighter? There are so many ways that you can! Here are a few suggestions:
It's no secret that "rescued" is our favorite breed! From docile senior pups to playful kitties, you're sure to find a pet (or two) that fits your lifestyle! Here are 10 reasons why everyone should adopt their next pet:
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.
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!