As the manager of Fulton County Animal Services since 2013, LifeLine Animal Project serves both the people and pets of Fulton County while working to comprehensively address the multiple causes of shelter overpopulation. Our management has resulted in lifesaving at unprecedented rates.
The Fulton County shelter is an open admission shelter with an average intake of 30 new animals per day. We welcome adopters and rescue groups to our facility to support our efforts.
LifeLine manages the Fulton County shelter and provides animal control services to the citizens and pets of Fulton County.
LifeLine’s shelter operations in Fulton County ensure humane care for the animals at the shelter, veterinary care including spays/neuters, pet adoptions, animal reclaims, volunteer and foster care opportunities and rescue group engagement.
LifeLine’s Fulton County Animal Control Officers (ACOs) enforce local and state laws regarding animals including handling complaints about animals, rabies control, vicious and dangerous animals and cruelty or neglect of animals. Our ACOs interact with the community and serve as our first responders in animal care.
LifeLine also offers resources and programs to keep pets in their owner’s care and reduce overpopulation. LifeLine has experienced personnel at the Fulton shelter to help struggling owners find alternatives to surrendering their pets. Programs like our “Healthy Pets” events help prevent unwanted litters through free and reduced-cost spay/neuter services. Much of this work is largely funded by donations from our generous supporters.