Helping the Community, One Litter at a Time

Charlotte the dog was a natural-born mother. Her three litters proved that! She continued popping out pup after pup – the cutest, sweetest little dogs you ever did see.

Bertram (L) from Charlotte’s first litter, and Jasmine (R) from Charlotte’s second.

Those dogs started making their way to HSNEGA. Charlotte’s owners could no longer care for all of the cute pups. Litter by litter, they arrived and were spayed and neutered. They await their forever homes, hoping to find a family to love and be loyal to.

Charlotte’s newest bundles of joy, shown above, have been brought to HSNEGA as well. They are growing rapidly and love being snuggled and kissed. They, too, shall soon be available for adoption! (See photos below)

Charlotte’s family was able to have her spayed, so she can continue to live a long, happy life by their side. All of her children will soon find a loving family as well, and will not have to worry about childbearing or being dog fathers.

HSNEGA strives to continue to help with the issue of overpopulation of dogs. A lot of puppies and their mothers end up homeless, living on the side of the road where they can be hurt or killed in a split second by wild animals, cars, the harsh elements or even starvation. Our No More Litters program helps significantly decrease the number of strays living in Northeast Georgia. Mother dogs can have a second chance at life, along with their puppies.

For more information, visit HSNEGA.org/services/no-more-litters-program/.

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At HSNEGA, we want to remember the amazing rescues that come to stay with us. All of the animals pictured on this site have been with us at some point. Some have already found their forever homes, but some may still be here at HSNEGA! The Humane Society of Northeast Georgia is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization (Federal Tax ID #58-0678817) and has received top recognition from the following charity rating organizations:

Best of Georgia, GreatNonProfit & GuideStar Seals

Adoptions Center
Closed Feb 27th-29th

In our effort to maintain the highest standard of care and prevent illness, our adoptions center will be closed this week for a thorough spring cleaning of our animal care areas. Our facility will reopen to the public Friday. We apologize for this inconvenience and hope you’ll come meet our adoptable animals then!