Friday, June 7, 2013

WR Animal Control Receives $7,500 Grant

UPDATE - We had great success with this program!  The grant is no longer available due to many people who took advantage of this offer!  

The Civilian Board of Warner Robins Animal Control is currently looking for new ways to help fund a program similar to the grant.  

Thank you for your continued support!

On Wednesday, May 22, 2013 Warner Robins Animal Control received a Spay and Neuter Grant from the Georgia Department of Agriculture for $7,500.

The Georgia Dog and Cat Sterilization Program is funded through Dog and Cat Sterilization Auto Tag purchases along with donations that are tax deductible. 

In an effort to promote adoptions – anyone who adopts from the Warner Robins Animal Control facility on the third Saturday of the month will have the spay or neuter procedure funded through the grant.

The program begins on June 15, 2013.


$20.00 adoption fee

Animals must be adopted during the third Saturday of month

The spay or neuter procedure must be performed at Critter Fixer Veterinary Hospital (102 Starlight Drive, Bonaire) or Southwood Animal Hospital (2523 Moody Road, Warner Robins)

Ordinance 17-90
(a) Any person adopting a dog or cat from the Warner Robins Animal Shelter shall have the animal sterilized by a licensed veterinarian within 30 days after acquisition of such animal in the case of an adult or within 30 days of sexual maturity of the animal in the case of an immature animal; provided, however, the requirements of this section shall not apply to any privately owned animal which the Warner Robins Animal Shelter may have in its possession for any reason if the owner of such animal claims or presents evidence that such animal is the property of such person.”

Warner Robins Animal Control is open every third Saturday of the month from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM and is located at 208 Stalnaker Avenue in Warner Robins.