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Hands to Paws is pleased to announce that we are one of 48 non-profit
organizations to win a grant from the CSRA Community Foundation!!!
Please visit their site at www.cfcsra.org.
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Are you someone or do you know someone who needs sterilation for their dog or cat in the CSRA? Please read the information below to see if you qualify for these services at no cost.
2020 Grant Awarded for Dog and Cat Sterilization Program Awarded to Hands to Paws, Inc. (Augusta)
The Georgia Department of Agriculture has awarded 97 state licensed animal shelters and animal rescue organizations grants for pet sterilization.
Hands to Paws, Inc. (Augusta) has been selected for a $5,000 grant to assist community pet owners with spay and neuter of pets.
This grant will target and aid these communities across our area by controlling the animal population in a humane manner.
The program is funded by the purchase of the Dog and Cat Sterilization Auto Tag, income tax check-off and from direct contributions to the program.
Funds are limited so priority will be given to low income pet owners and pet owners with multiple pet owners and those with extenuating stressful conditions that pose hardship.
Complete application below if interested in receiving assistance:
The grant does not pay for anything other than spay/neuter. Vaccinations must be current or paid for my owner at time of procedure.
If you love dogs, you have arrived at the right place. Here, you can learn how to foster a dog, adopt a dog, volunteer to help our organization, discover the kinds of materials and equipment we need to maintain our care for dogs, donate money and look at some really cute pics of some amazing canines!
Dr. Kat Ellis, is our President. She is also a teacher of visually-impaired children, (doctorate in education), and the wife of a very talented luthier (in case you need a guitar made or repaired). He is also an antique car enthusiast and a very understanding individual as making the world a better place for dogs-in-need consumes a great deal of Kat’s time.
We also have as wonderful a group of foster parents as you will find anywhere in the world! They tirelessly provide our dogs with the love and care needed to prepare them for their forever homes!
Canine of the Month
Max is a 55 lb. brindle pit mix who is happy-go-lucky all the time. He loves to be outside playing fetch or chasing a ball but is just as happy getting snuggles and attention from his human. Max loves taking rides in the car, plays well with other dogs, but takes the submissive role and is good around horses. It is unknown how he is with cats. He is also housetrained. Max is very strong and will pull when walking on a leash. His foster believes he would do better with teenage children as he is not aware of his size. He still likes to jump up when he gets excited and he gives lots of kisses. Max likes talking to his human especially around mealtime or play time. He is one of the favorites at his fosters house as he is truly a love bug. Max is fully vetted, neutered and will be microchipped prior to adoption.