Bright (sort of) and early (definitely) Wednesday morning, the Staff of Putnam County Animal Control loaded five dogs into a truck to take them on a morning ride. They would be joining three others that were transported the evening prior in Julington Creek. This ride would help give them the chance to find their own forever home.
In Julington Creek, the animals were unloaded at Julington Creek Animal Hospital. They were introduce by name to the wonderful hospital staff who would be taking care of them for the length of their stay. At Julington Creek Animal Hospital, the animals would be sterilized, micro-chipped, and vaccinated. After the procedures, on the same day, Putnam County Animal Control Staff were able to bring the animals back to the shelter for rest and healing.
Pit Sisters, a 501(c)(3) non profit organization dedicated to giving voices to the most misunderstood dogs, had heard the Putnam County Animal Control still needed some help to get the dogs ready for the adoption event and decided to step in. They organized the sterilization of eight of Animal Control's dogs and even donated the needed vaccines and micro-chips!
Pit Sister's contacted Best Friends Animal Society, who is also a 501(c)(3) non profit organization. Best Friends Animal Society agreed to covered the cost of the surgery to sterilize the animals.
To learn more about these organizations, click on their logos and it will take you directly to their websites.
Putnam County Animal Control would like to extend the most heartfelt thanks to Pit Sisters, Best Friends Animal Society, and the Julington Creek Animal Hospital. Thank you for the assistance rendered, and for aiding us in our vision of a better future for these animals.