Rescues We Work With
Pet Rescue Partners
Working with pet rescues throughout the local area is an integral part of our mission to provide exceptional care to as many animals as possible. At Sugar Hill Animal Hospital, we are extremely fortunate to have several outstanding rescue groups that we can call our partners. They offer immeasurable support for animals in need, and we believe that they deserve just as much support in return.
Read on to meet our pet rescue partners and learn more about what they do!
LFS relies solely on donations, fundraising events, and adoption fees to function and continue saving and placing homeless Labradors. They do not receive any state or federal funding. LFS is an all-volunteer organization of people who give their time and effort out of a love for labs. Their goal is to protect and save them from the perils of pet over population and irresponsible pet ownership. Their ultimate goal is to help these dogs find new, loving, forever homes.
GRRA is a charitable organization dedicated to nurturing and caring for Golden and Labrador Retrievers who are abandoned, mistreated, neglected, or left in shelters throughout Georgia. Help their cause by donating, volunteering, or adopting dogs in their rescue.
The mission of Angels Among Us Pet Rescue is to “Rescue One Until There Are None.”, and dog by dog, and cat by cat, they strive to live this philosophy every day. To achieve the ultimate goal of their mission, they focus on: (1) saving as many animals as they can from shelters and through owner surrenders, seeing each animal through every step of the process from the actual rescue freedom ride to the loving foster home and ultimately to the “forever” home they were meant to have. (2) raising awareness to educate the public on the plight of animals that have found themselves in Georgia’s shelters or have suffered neglect or abuse in order to underscore the responsibilities of pet ownership and to advocate to be the voices of these animals, some of whom have suffered unimaginable cruelty and abuse.
Hero Dog Rescue is a Georgia-based 501(c)3 organization dedicated to saving abandoned, abused and neglected dogs from high kill shelters. They believe that no animal should go without knowing a loving home. To that end, through their 100% volunteer operated organization, they work with dogs of all breeds and ages and place them in loving foster homes. Their organization is operated solely on donations from our compassionate supporters and requested in an ethical, honest, and transparent manner.
The CatRangers center has a home-like atmosphere where rescued and orphaned cats and kittens can recover and heal as can those who visit. CatRangers is a no-kill rescue that is entirely free roaming (cage free) so their adoptable cats can become accustomed to living in a home and potential adopters can see their true nature. CatRangers rescues only cats and kittens facing dire situations, including abandonment, family crisis, injury and overcrowded animal control facilities, providing them with medical care, a loving environment and working to find them forever homes. Working with these often traumatized cats and kittens both physically and emotionally, truly restores their love for mankind, creating a permanent loving bond with their new families.
Basset Hound Rescue of Georgia, Inc. is a non-profit, volunteer effort to save abandoned and mistreated basset hounds for the love of the breed. Our rescue effort began in 1991, and we have rescued over 3,000 bassets since then. Initially, only two volunteers privately funded Basset Hound Rescue. Today, BHRG is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization, which exists solely on donations.
Their Mission is to rescue, nurture and connect abandoned Weimaraners with forever homes…one gray dog at a time. They provide for the rescue, care, and adoption of lost, surrendered and homeless Weimaraners by working with Georgia shelters, other rescues and providing foster homes leading to forever homes! In addition, they provide public education on the breed and responsible dog ownership. On a more social note, they offer Weimaraner owners and enthusiasts with a place to meet others that enjoy doing things with their Weimaraners.