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The largest shelter in Savannah, the Humane Society of Savannah is responsible for a number of community-based programs, particularly their low-cost clinic. They provide guidance on training and pet-friendly housing in addition to their Nuzzle Buddies Program, in which children read aloud to adoptable dogs. Now if that is not one the sweetest things you have ever heard, then you need to check your soul! Being the biggest, the Humane Society maintains robust community partnerships to ensure they have the money to serve Savannah well. 

Georgia Rescue, Rehabilitation, and Relocation (GRRR) is a small no-kill rescue that focuses on saving small dogs from homelessness and neglect. They make a point to save the neediest animals with significantly small chance of finding a forever home. GRRR is limited by resources, and yet they have managed to save at least 300 animals from a seemingly certain fate by consistently hosting adoption events all over Savannah. 

One Love Animal Rescue is a gap service provider for many of the main local shelters in Savannah, promoting adoption events and local low-cost pet clinics. One Love Animal Rescue is a firm believer in positive reinforcement and training opportunities. They frequently host training events in the community such as reactive dog demonstrations. Additionally, One Love organizes fundraising events like poker tournaments. 

Upcoming Dog Friendly Events in Savannah

  • Admission FREE!
    Month August
    Duration 11AM-6PM

    #1 River Street Dog Stroll

    Hosted by Unity for the Community, the River Street Dog Stroll is a great way to beat the heat and get moving! Prizes will be competed for and several local handicraft vendors will have product available for sale. Grab a leash and head on down to the Rousakis Riverfront Plaza to celebrate the last dog days of summer!
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  • Admission FREE!
    Month May
    Duration 12PM-4PM

    #2 Doggie Carnival

    A smash success hosted by the Humane Society for Greater Savannah, Doggie Carnival is held at Forscythe Park at the beginning of Spring. It is fun for humans and pups of all ages.  There are vendors, beer and food trucks, photo booths, fortune telling, and so very much more!  Admission is free, and the memories to be made are priceless. Bring your favorite pupper with you to have a truly bark-tacular day!
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  • Admission $25.00
    Duration 8PM-11PM

    #3 Blue Orb Ghost Tours

    Prepare to get spooky in one of America's oldest cities. Whether it's October or July, Blue Orb Ghost Tours is the perfect outing if you are looking to see some ghouls. Blue Orb has been voted one of the best in the country and has several tours to choose from ranging in price, length, and maturity level. Dogs are welcome on all of them with the exception of those with a motorized component. So bring your pup and a brave face to this freaky event!
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  • Admission FREE!
    Duration 7AM-7PM

    #4 Savannah Botanical Gardens

    Open year-round from dawn until dusk, the Savannah Botanical Gardens welcome dogs. They house multiple gardens with several, special seasonal exhibits and a camellia garden. Take Fido along to walk the trails, visit the pond, and stop and smell the flowers, of course! The Gardens operate solely on donations, and admission is free, so why not check it out?
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  • Admission $5.00
    Duration 7AM-10PM

    #5 Skidaway State Park

    If you are looking for classic Southern beauty on your daily walk, look no further. Skidaway State Park is full of Spanish moss, marsh grass, and a vibrant wildlife population! Leashed dogs are welcome on the grounds and trails, but they cannot go into the buildings housing cultural exhibits. There are campgrounds and playgrounds available for fun for the whole family. Admission is free, but parking costs $5.
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