LifeLine Animal Project is focused on improving the standard of care for animals in our community. In addition to our shelters, clinics and outreach programs, we offer many different resources for communities, families and individuals looking to help take care of the pets they love.
General Pet Care
We understand how much pets are a loving part of our families! Check out our basic pet care tips for taking care of cats and dogs.
We are excited to share with you our partnership with Frogs to Dogs, a positive reinforcement dog training organization in the Atlanta area. LifeLine Animal Project adopters receive a 20% discount, which can be used towards their adopted dog's private training and/or classes. Learn more here!
The primary use for a crate is housetraining, as the crate can limit the dog's access to the rest of the house while they learn other rules. Crates are also a safe way to transport your dog in the car. Read our guide on How to Crate Train Your Dog.
Rising temperatures can mean trouble for your pets. Check out some pet heat safety tips to make the summer months as enjoyable as possible.
Heartworms are a potentially fatal parasite that infect dogs through moquitos. Learn the Facts About Heartworms and better protect your pet.
If you see evidence of animal cruelty, report it! You may be the only voice for that animal. Most animal abusers go on to hurt people. Stop the cycle.
In Fulton County, call 404.613.0358
LifeLine Animal Project can help Atlanta communities keep their pets healthy, happy and with the families they love.
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Keep Your Pet Healthy
We provide affordable services at our two LifeLine Spay & Neuter Clinics.
3180 Presidential Drive
2533 Sullivan Road