Help for Pet Parents in Georgia

The widespread outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has left many pet parents without the ability to provide for their pets. From the essentials – food and nutrition – to emergency and non-emergency veterinary care, we assembled this geo-located and other information to help pet parents in North Georgia. Because many charities and non-profits have adjusted operating hours, and because of the urgent need for “social distancing,” please call ahead for the latest information and capabilities of these organizations.

As always, if you are concerned about your pet’s health, please contact your veterinarian immediately.

Local Assistance Based on Location

Pet food providers, low or no-cost veterinary services, and other assistance mapped by location


National Veterinary Care Assistance

National organizations able to assist with veterinary care

Immediate Emergencies

  • ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center Phone Number: (888) 426-4435 (fee may apply)

Assistance for Specific Groups and Populations

Aid for Specific Dog Breeds

  • CorgiAid – Assistance for parents of corgis and corgi mixes
  • – Assistance for parents of senior and special needs Doberman Pinschers
  • LabMed – Aid for injured or ill Labrador rescues around in the U.S.
  • Pit Bull Rescue Central – Spay, neuter and other assistance for Pit Bull dogs

Pet Transportation Resources

Organizations that assist in the movement of pets

Veterinary Care Credit

Financing options for veterinary care

LUCKY & LADY is providing links to these groups and organizations as a means to be helpful during the global response to the coronavirus pandemic. We do not necessarily recommend or endorse any service or organization. Never provide personal or private information over the internet unless you know and trust the source.