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People Helping Animals, Animals Helping People

  • Pets

Be a hero. Change a life! Thank you for considering opening your heart and home to one of our PAWS Humane pets. Your home and love will provide an animal the chance to succeed in living their wonderful new life as your new best friend. Learn More >
  • Donate

Your kind contributions will help to ensure that the homeless pets in our shelter receive the best care possible and that our humane education and other PAWS community outreach programs continue to grow and benefit both people and animals. Your generosity will help make PAWS Humane the leading force in fighting pet overpopulation. Learn More >
  • Vet Services

PAWS Humane has a wonderful veterinary clinic and staff offering high-quality services to the public at the best prices in town! Keep your pets healthy while saving money by using the PAWS Humane Spay/Neuter and Wellness Clinic. Learn More >

Virtual Tour graciously donated by Doug Roth Photography.


The incredible true story of a stray mutt and the lasting bond he forged with the doughboys of the 26th “Yankee” Division at the onset of America’s entry into World War I. Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero marches into theaters April 13, 2018 and a portion of the proceeds from opening night in Georgia benefits the homeless animals of PAWS Humane.

To follow Sgt. Stubby, click here.


 Hurricane Disaster Relief


PAWS Humane and Animal SOS will be assisting with animal disaster relief efforts for the state of Florida and coastal Georgia anticipating the impact from Irma. We are currently working with Best Friends Animal Society and the state of GA and will be housing many additional homeless animals at our facility. Right now, we need the community’s help with collecting items to care for these displaced animals. If you are looking for a way to help, click here to view the items we need.

For emergency preparedness, please click here. The Red Cross has set up a shelter in the Columbus Civic Center for evacuees from Irma. They will accept pets as long as they have their own crates.