Mission StatementOur mission is to provide shelter and basic needs to Dawson County's homeless dogs and cats.
We will evaluate potentially adoptable animals, improve their health and physical appearance, and provide suitable forums for their adoption. We will provide a humane death for non-adoptable animals in a timely manner. We will spay or neuter, when appropriate, all adoptable dogs and cats prior to adoption. We will educate the general public as to humane animal care.
We are very proud of the hard work and sacrifice that enabled us to build our humane society facility. The founders of our organization had a vision that became a reality in April 2008, and we now provide a safe haven to adoptable dogs and cats as they await their "forever homes."
Shelter Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Saturday 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.; Sunday 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.; closed to the public Mondays.
Phone: 706-265-9160 Fax: 706-265-1804
Our organization is comprised of a board of directors (officers and directors), shelter director and staff, and a dedicated group of volunteers and community supporters.
Board Executive Officers for 2012-2014
Vice President, Edward L. Holton, DVM - firstname.lastname@example.org
Directors are Phillip Cummings, Esq., Terri Tragesser, Isabelle Smock, Susan Sexton, Donna Bolton
Jason Hutcherson, Director
Dr. Dana Croy