Who we are
What do we do?
Why do we do it?
Fix Georgia Pets is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare organization
working with recognized low-cost spay / neuter organizations to combat the significant pet over-population in Georgia.
FGP provides money to existing spay/neuter clinics, mobile units, and private practice veterinarians who in turn provide their services to people who could not otherwise afford to have their pet “fixed.”
We want to end the pet overpopulation crisis that Georgia faces today. Our state has one of the highest “kill rates” in the country
We want to end the suffering! These animals do not deserve to suffer. Many homeless animals are left outside to fend for themselves. Unfixed and with no medical care, they reproduce. These unwanted cats and dogs multiply and soon neighborhoods are over-run with stray dogs and feral cats.
Safety. When homeless animals roam neighborhoods, the chances for bites and the spread of disease increases. A neutered animal has less testosterone, is less aggressive and less likely to bite.
Our mission includes empowering and educating the public about how to interact with the family pet — and why it is important not to approach an animal that you don’t know. We sponsor educational workshops and send ambassadors into schools to provide “Humane Ed.”
Georgia euthanizes 350,000 cats & dogs every year at a cost to taxpayers of $100