Looking for a pet? Check with us first and save a life. We get a lot of animals that we can adopt out. Come see us first, select a new companion, and let us arrange for adoption.

Potential adopters can come directly to the shelter to fill out an application.

Please note, now accept credit and debit cards for services for a $1.95 convenience fee.

Adoption Cost

Adoption Fees

  • Dogs - $70.00
    Adoption fee includes: spay/neuter, age appropriate vaccinations at the time of adoption , heartworm test (if over 7 months old), and a microchip with free registration.
  • Cats - $10.00
    Adoption fee includes: spay/neuter, age appropriate vaccinations at the time of adoption , Feline Leukemia (FELv)/Feline Immunodeficiency Virus FIV testing, and a microchip with free registration.
Included in every adoption is spay/neuter, heartworm test, vaccinations and a microchip.

When Adopting

  • All pets in the home must be current on their rabies vaccinations
  • We encourage meet and greet with all family members (to include children) and other dog(s) however it is not a requirement for all adoptions although staff may require it for specific animals.
  • In order for your family pet to interact with our pets for a meet and greet we must first verify that your pet is current on rabies vaccinations
  • Bring a leash and collar or cat carrier to transport your new pet(s) home

912-652-6575 or jlewis01@chathamcounty.org

Local Animal Rescue Groups

Humane Society of Greater Savannah
7215 Sallie Mood Dr.
Savannah, GA 31406
(912) 354-9515

Coastal Pet Rescue
(912) 228-3538

One Love Animal Rescue
Fostering Opportunities

GRRR (GA Rescue, Rehabilitation and Relocation)
Breff Conley (912) 663-3010 or (912) 656-9792


Imagine Pet Rescue
(904) 571-0455
Fostering Opportunities

You may also visit Petango.com. On the home page, You can type in a Savannah zip code and more rescue groups should pull up, including the groups listed above.

If you have a pure-bred animal, you can Google the breed and the words 'rescue Savannah, GA', and local breed-specific rescue websites will show up.