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    HHS Welcomes New Junior Ambassador, Morgan Gragg!

    Morgan Gragg was named Junior Ambassador for HHS at our annual meeting on March 24, 2014! She and her mother have fostered transport puppies for HHS. These puppies went to Maine and were successfully adopted. Morgan wrote an essay about fostering for her Young Georgia Authors competition this year and was the 4th grade winner at Clarkesville Elementary School. Her essay went on to win system level and now moves on to compete at the Pioneer RESA level and then potentially, the state competition. We are very proud of Morgan and look forward to her continued involvement with Habersham Humane Society!

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    Ryan Newman Grant

    Habersham Humane Society Receives $5000 Grant from the Ryan Newman Foundation  We were pleased to announce this past July that HHS had been awarded a $5000 grant from the Ryan Newman Foundation to support our low cost spay/neuter program. This award provided sterilization procedures for close to 100 animals! Spaying and neutering pets is the most effective and humane way to reduce the number of unwanted and homeless pets.  HHS helps to provide this service through collaboration with the Hall County Humane Society of North Georgia for a small donation, to qualifying pet owners in Habersham and surrounding areas when we have available funds. Our funding is based on donations, fundraising and…

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    The Build-A-Bear Workshop Bear Hugs Foundation gives HHS grant!

    Habersham Humane Society is pleased to announce they have received a generous grant from The Build-A-Bear Workshop Bear Hugs Foundation in the amount $1500. The grant will help fund Habersham Humane Society’s Transport Program. Specifically, this grant will pay for the medical care HHS provides to dogs prior to their transport to no-kill shelters. The required medical care includes: rabies vaccines, worming, heartworm tests, heartworm preventative, and health certificates. The average cost of medically preparing a dog for transport is $22. If you would like to donate to this life saving program you may send a check to: Habersham Humane Society, P. O. Box 1442, Clarkesville, GA 30523. The Build-A-Bear…

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