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Mission Statement

The goal of the Humane Society of Hall County is to prevent neglect, cruelty, and exploitation of animals. We are to assure that their interests and well-being are fully, effectively, and humanely protected by an aware and caring society.


Founded in 1913, the Humane Society of Hall County is one of the oldest animal shelters in the state of Georgia. Our facilities provides a variety of services to the Northeast Georgia community including, adopting homeless animals, receiving unwanted or stray animals, and a low income spay and neuter clinic available to the public.

Our facility occupies 19,200 square feet, including 65 indoor runs, a wellness clinic, gift shop, and house the Hall County Animal Control offices. On average, the shelter keeps 150 animals at a time. Staff in on duty 365 days a year and we try our best to find homes for the 12,000 animals that are brought to us each year. The Humane Society of Hall County believes in never turning away animals because there is no room or the owner cannot afford to leave a donation. Every effort is made to make sure our animals are humanely treated and respected.





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Would you recommend Humane Society of Hall County?

by An Anonymous Friend :. (August 19, 2011)
This place was disgusting, it was infested with roaches and just plain dirty. The people there were also rather rude. They hardly smiled and just had an attitude whenever they we spoke to. Some of the staff were quite gross themselves and looked as if they hadn't bathed in about a week.
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