August is here and Fall is right around the corner. We have 5 dogs and 3 cats that have been selected for the August HOPE Hearts. HOPE will provide the adopter to these pets a FREE basic spay or neuter at our preferred veterinarian. We cover all expenses with the basic spay or neuter. We do not cover any vaccinations, pain meds to go home with, nail trims, baths, or any other procedure that is not associated with the basic spay or neuter. This is a great savings to the adopter and it is our way of saying Thank You for saving a life and creating a home for them. Dog adoptions are $50 and Cat adoptions are $40. Each include one vaccination and a rabies shot.
These babies are at the Effingham County Animal Shelter in Springfield, GA. If interested in one please call the shelter at 912-754-2109.
Meet Bingham! A shep mix. This guy is super playful and a little hyper. He needs space to run and play. Still a baby boy, about 8 months+
Meet Chloe. A pit mix. She is VERY playful and needs a firm family. We think shes around 10 months + She LOVES to run around and she always wears her smile.
Meet Howie! A hound. He’s 2y+, a little timid at first but fine when he warms up to you. Needs a little training and lots of love.
Meet Lovey! A lab/shep/pit mix. Lovey is 1+, friendly and looking for love! She loves to give kisses!
This is Sweetie. A chihuahua. Sweetie is 1+ and looking for a home of her own. She was turned with her brother Max, parents could not find home for these two babies. She’s scared in the shelter but would make someone a great lapdog.
Meet Sheila, 1+, Timid but loved to be petted. She would make the perfect lap cat.
(Tabby an white cat) Meet Rose! She is 1+, declawed and very friendly. She does not get along with dogs but other cats are fine.
Meet Gunner. He’s about 4 months + very laid back and friendly with people and other cats. He came in with his sister and loves to just lay around.
July is here and we need to announce who has a HOPE Heart on them for the month of July. Check out the fur-babies.
Our list was for 4 dogs and 3 cats this month to receive a FREE basic spay or neuter for the month of July. We had a HOPE Heart on Hudson but he just got adopted this morning so no need to post him on here. Love happy endings like that. Adoption fees for dogs are $50 which includes a rabies and 5-way shot before leaving the facility. Cat adoptions are $40 which includes a rabies and 5-way shot before leaving the facility. If adopted on Mon,Tue, Wed the pet must stay at the shelter until Thursday afternoon to where the vet of record can administer the shots. If adopted on Thur or Fri, the pet must stay until Monday afternoon to where the vet of record can administer the shots. This is a new policy to make sure all animals are vaccinated before leaving the facility once adopted.
Remember when adopting one of the HOPE Heart dogs you must contact HOPE first and we will get the OK to the preferred veterinarian’s office so you can set it up. If we DO NOT give the OK, you DO NOT get a FREE spay or neuter. If you go to your own veterinarian, we will NOT pay for the spay or neuter either. It must be at our preferred veterinarian.
Here we are already rolling into June and we need to announce who has a HOPE Heart on them for the month of June. Check out the fur-babies.
Our list was for 5 dogs and 2 cats this month to receive a FREE basic spay or neuter for the month of June. Well Johnny 5 a hound and also Skittles a dachshund were on the list but were both adopted before we got all the pictures to get everyone posted. That is such great news. Here are the other 3 dogs and 2 cats still available for adoption with a HOPE Heart. Adoption fees for dogs are $50 which includes a rabies and 5-way shot before leaving the facility. Cat adoptions are $40 which includes a rabies and 5-way shot before leaving the facility.
Remember when adopting one of the HOPE Heart dogs you must contact HOPE first and we will get the OK to the preferred veterinarian’s office so you can set it up. If we do not give the OK, you do not get a FREE spay or neuter. If you go to your own veterinarian, we will not pay for the spay or neuter either. It must be at our preferred veterinarian.
PATCH – A male Pit mix that is white with brown spots. This poor guy was a stray and neighbors could not find a good home for him. They are hoping that he will be able to find a wonderful home. He came in with Moxie.
MOXIE – A pit mix female that is tan with white on her. She is a very good girl and also need a great home. She came in with Patch.
BELLA – She is a blond lab that was left in the Drop Off Pen. There is not much to tell but she is a sweet natured dog. She is friendly and playful.
BUSTA – He is a male cat that is very friendly and lovable. He is very interested in his surroundings. Likes to investigate.
WHISKERS – Female cat that is grey and white and black. She was turned in by a citizen that found her and did not want anything to happen to her. She is very lovable and again a large cat. She was very clean for a white cat so we believe she may have been an inside cat as well.
HOPE has selected 3 shelter animals at the Effingham County Animal Shelter in Springfield, GA. We selected two dogs and one cat to receive a FREE basic spay or neuter upon adoption at one of our approved veterinarians. Once adopted the adopter will be provided with HOPE paperwork within their adoption packet from the shelter. It will explain everything we cover and the few things we do not, how to reach us, and what they need to do.
Its real simple – Adopt, call us, we get with the veterinarian and approve the free basic spay or neuter, we call you back and the adopter calls the veterinarian to set the appt up for their convenience within the 30 days as required by law. Nothing to it and the adopter gets a FREE basic spay or neuter. Whats not to love about that. That is potentially up to a $90 savings.
Here are the babies that received the May HOPE Hearts:
Chesney received the HOPE heart for a FREE basic neuter.
June received the HOPE Heart for a FREE basic spay.
Sassy received the HOPE Heart for a FREE basic spay.
Meet just a few of the wonderful dogs the Effingham County Animal Shelter in Springfield, GA has to offer. I know it’s a shelter, what really could they have to offer that is good? Right? That’s what most people think when they start looking for a dog or cat. But the shelter gets to know each dog and cat and this can aid in helping you get the right one for you, not a biased opinion from the owner that is trying to get rid of it or just sell it.
Meet Jangles. Jangles is a Terrier mix. Poor Jangles was found one morning after being dropped of in the outside drop pens. But after being at the shelter for a little while it is apparent he is very good with other dogs, loves to play with them and adores being around people. He has some leash manners and adjusts very well to new surroundings. He really is a great little dog and would work great for a smaller apartment or smaller home environment. Just look at that face, how could you not want to come by the shelter and meet him? Jangles also has a HALF-HOPE heart on him for the month of April. His adoption is $45 which includes his rabies shot and his neuter through HOPE would cost $35.
Meet Bunker. Wow can’t say enough good things about Bunker. He was also an owner turn-in. They had financial reasons to do what they did but they also “Paid it Forward” by paying for his adoption fee. They truly want their Bunker to get into a great home. Bunker is a black Boykin Spaniel. All his vet records are with him as all vet visits were done at the Effingham Animal Hospital. He loves to ride in cars, has great leash manners, knows commands, and very well behaved. He just needs a new home to love him and be able to take good care of him. Bunker is really a ready-made dog just waiting to go home! His adoption is FREE.
Meet Chopper. He is a beautiful white with brown spots Am. Bulldog mix. Chopper was an owner turn-in as they just could not keep him anymore. Not that they didn’t want him but just thought it would be best for their situation that he be placed into a better home. He is neutered and was vaccinated. His vaccinations were done in Jacksonville, FL so the shelter could not confirm. Chopper is housebroken as well. He does not get along with other dogs so Chopper would need a home without other dogs. They are not sure about cats, but a safe bet to just keep him as the only pet. His adoption is $45 which includes rabies shot since his vaccinations could not be verified.
If interested or have any additional questions in any of these three dogs please contact Bill, the Adoption Coordinator, at the Effingham Co Animal Shelter at 912-754-2109. Please go by the shelter as it is off Hwy 119 and Hwy 21 behind the Effingham Co Prison and check out these three dogs or any of the other animals they have up there. They are all on limited time as the shelter fills up quickly with all the strays and drop offs they get daily.
Please spay and neuter your pets. It helps with the over-population in the county!
Thank you from all of us at HOPE
We have selected the February HOPE Heart recipients. They are being shared all over and we at HOPE appreciate it. Let’s get sharing them some more and get them adopted so they can get spayed and neutered.
HOPE is offering each of these dogs a FREE basic spay or neuter to the adopter. It has to be done at an approved HOPE veterinarian. The shelter will provide the HOPE paperwork when the dog is adopted on how to get it.
Check out Karma and Honey. They both have the HOPE Heart on their kennel showing they will receive a FREE spay when adopted from HOPE. Karma is a sweet girl that is looking for her furever home and about a year old. Honey is about 5 years old and just loves attention. They are at the Effingham County Animal Shelter. If your interested please contact them at 912-754-2109.