walking home together, Non-Profit Animal RescueAdopt a Pet
Welcome to Walking Home Together, where our pet rescue team can help you find the right pet for you and your family. We help rescued pets and their new owners in their journey to Walking Home Together.
These special animals need a forever home.
Because overpopulation due to the lack of consistent spay/neuter in our communities, our adoption center is always full of adorable and well-trained dogs, and the occasional cat. Adopt one today!
Save an Animal
Adopting a Pet
All of our animals come fully vetted, spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, and up to date on their yearly shots.
Making a Donation
All monetary donations go directly to the upkeep and medical care for our rescued pets. Many employers have a donation matching program, so check with your employer to see if they support charitable donations with in-kind matching
Featured Cats & Dogs
What we do
Animal Microchipping & Vaccinations
Walking Home Together ensures that our animals come to you fully vetted. This includes micro-chipping, and age-appropriate vaccinations to include rabies, deworming, flea prevention, and heart worm prevention if applicable for age.
Finding Pets a Home
We pride ourselves on finding the best fit for our animals and for our potential adoptive families. Walking Home Together specializes in rescuing pets from the street or other situations. Our goal is to reduce the number of stray animals through rescue, low-cost spay and neuter, and educating the general population. All money we receive through donations and adoption fees is applied directly to the care of the animals.
Spay & neuter
Spaying/neutering provides major health benefits and a longer, healthier life for your pet. It reduces the changes of cancer (breast, uterine, prostate, and testicular), uterine infections, and prostate disease. Additionally, spaying/neutering pets helps prevent unwanted animals. All our animals come to you already spayed/neutered.
Our Journey Home
Our Journey Home is our commitment to our veterans. Through this program Military Vets can adopt sponsored animals at no charge. Please click button below for more information.
What Drives Us
People and pets bring out the best in one another. Many people say, “who rescued who?” about their rescue dog or cat. Our Mission is to create a caring community of pet owners, where the humans and the pets both win. Our goal is to watch you and your new pet Walking Home Together.
We welcome donations of any kind. All monetary donations go directly to the upkeep and medical care for our rescued pets. Many employers have a donation matching program, so check with your employer to see if they support charitable donations with in-kind matching. Monetary donations can be made by clicking the button below.
Supplies are always welcome! A list of supplies we always need that can be accessed by clicking the button below.
Sept 24 - Free Cat Vaccinations
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Sept 25 - Volunteer Orientation
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Pet Adoption Notes
Adopting VS BUying
When you adopt a rescue pet, you’re saving a life – but you’re saving more than one life. By adopting you’re helping make space for other animals in need and helping to give them the opportunity to become adopted pets.
You are giving a second chance to deserving animals, and giving them the keys to start a new life where second chances can be scarce.
You get a chance to stay active. A four-legged friend will give you a reason to get outdoors and stretch your legs.
A new BFF – what could be better?! Spending time with your rescue, you get someone to confide in, a friend, and a beloved family member.
Finding the Perfect Pet
There are many things to consider when deciding on the perfect pet for you and your family. Here’s a list of just some of these factors:
· Your lifestyle – do you travel frequently, meaning that the pet would be left alone or need to be boarded?
· Amount you are willing to pay
· Amount you have to spend annually on healthcare for your new pet
· Activity level the pet requires
· Age of the pet
· Personality of the pet
· Life goals – do you plan to move into a smaller home where the pet many not have as much room?
· Existing pets
· Family members
· Allergies of family members
· Life expectancy of you and your pet
· Temperament of the pet – is it calm? Hyperactive? Does it require constant attention?
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S-S: APPOINTMENT ONLY
Conyers GA 30094