Pet Food Bank
Sherrie’s Pet Food Bank is a program started by Sherrie, a former resident, to assist families and pets in need by providing pet food when they cannot. We have established a number of donation bins throughout the community to make contributing easy.
Spay & Neuter Clinic
Shelters alone cannot solve the problem of animal overpopulation. Spaying and neutering animals is proven to be the most effective method of controlling overpopulation. The Humane Society of South Coastal Georgia offers a low-cost option to members of our community.
Our Humane Education Program is meant to help spread information about the humane treatment of animals and is targeted toward today's youth, for they will be the pet owners of tomorrow. Volunteering for HSSCG and assisting with projects for the animals is a great way to learn about companion animals as well as be proactive in the community.
The Foster Program at the Humane Society of South Coastal Georgia has been created in an effort to provide the best care possible for the pets that come to us and to help prepare them for adoption. Foster Families have become an integral part of our system. They provide an invaluable service to the pets which we would not be able to provide without their help.
When it comes to adoptable pets a photo really can be worth 1,000 words. Without photos documenting the beautiful faces of the dogs and cats available for adoption at HSSCG, we cannot provide potential pet parents with adequate descriptions of their future family members. With the always rotating selection of pets available for adoption we appreciate professional and amateur photographers’ help in capturing these awesome animals, increasing their chances of adoption.