To provide strategic grants and solutions for spay/neuter programs to help end pet overpopulation and stop the euthanasia of healthy animals in Georgia.
We raise the money for those on the front lines doing the work.
FGP forms partnerships with entities and like-minded nonprofit organizations in Georgia to focus collectively on this problem.
Georgia has a companion animal over-population crisis as well as high euthanasia rates. Fix Georgia Pets works with the highest need communities across the state to help end pet overpopulation and stop senseless euthanasia of companion animals. Our goal is to help every community in Georgia.
By focusing on reducing pet over population and euthanasia in Georgia through spay/neuter programs, Fix Georgia Pets helps reduce the number of pets ending up in shelters across the state. As a state, we cannot end overpopulation and stop senseless euthanasia without focusing our efforts on spay/neuter programs in the highest risk communities. With your help, we can make a difference and promote change.