Double the Love Continues into 2019
Any donation you make to the Double the Love campaign will be matched and doubled by an anonymous donor!
SAVE THE DATE!
Taste of Blue Ridge will be held May 4, 2019. Tickets will go on sale April 1, 2019.
New Thrift Store Location
The thrift store has moved and is now located at 2380 East First Street, Blue Ridge, GA 30513!
HSBR 2018 Successes
- 114 new animals rescued: 70 cats and 44 dogs
- 102 animals adopted: 63 cats and 39 dogs
- Free pet food to 763 families
- 587 spays/neuters supported
- 555 feral cats trapped, neutered/spayed, and released
Making a memorial or honor gift to the Humane Society of Blue Ridge is an excellent way to pay tribute to the special animals, people, and events in your life. The added bonus is that your gift will make a difference in the lives of the animals we rescue, care for, and adopt.
Community Dog Park
Bring your pets out to play and exercise! Visit the dog park at 171 Mineral Springs Rd, Blue Ridge, GA 30513.
Our SNIP Program
Get your pets spayed or neutered—any dog or cat, male or female—for a reduced cost!
Trap Neuter & Release Feral Cat Program
The TNR program is a free service to humanely trap feral cats, have them spayed or neutered, and return them after recovery. As of the end of 2017, the TNR program resulted in 1,111 feral cats being spayed or neutered.
Adopt & Adore
Click here to see animals available to Adopt and Adore!
If you are looking for something wonderful to do for our community and to help rescue and adopt homeless animals and to educate the public on animal related issues, the Humane Society of Blue Ridge is actively seeking volunteers!
The Humane Society of Blue Ridge, Georgia works diligently to increase the awareness of animal issues through public education, striving to end euthanasia of healthy, adoptable animals, and to promote and offer affordable spay and neutering and rabies inoculation. The Humane Society of Blue Ridge is a non-profit group comprised mainly of volunteers whose mission is to promote respect for all living things, to provide for the welfare of abandoned, injured, or mistreated animals and to find them loving, permanent homes.