To do that, The Valdosta/Lowndes Humane Society needs donors to construct its newest facility.
The proposed $500,000 clinic could be the answer to decreasing the population of unwanted dogs and cats.
If needed, vets affiliated with the clinic could also administer rabies shots.
"It's very important to bring down the population of the animals and keep them in a controlled number," said John Gates, the director of the Valdosta/Lowndes Humane Society. "Help the community grow with a better outlook for businesses and that coming in."
Last year, Lowndes County had to put down about 6,000 strays.
To donate to the Valdosta/Lowndes Humane Society, call (229) 247-2266, or mail a check to 307 East Jane St. Valdosta, GA 31602.
*Also, an anonymous Humane Society donor will pay a $1500 reward for information leading to the conviction of illegal dog fighters.
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