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It’s Giving Tuesday – Give A Little * Save A Life!

Help us continue our livesaving mission by supporting FODA on Giving Tuesday:


Georgia Gives Day is November 12th!

We are hoping you will give from the heart on Georgia Gives Day no matter who the charity of your choice is!   If you choose FODA, you will be helping us reach our goal of raising funds to cover remaining emergency vet bills for our pup Runner and to build our hospice and bus fund. We hope you will consider a donation to us on November 12th to make the day a huge success for the animals!

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Attention All State of Georgia Employees!

Friends of DeKalb Animals is happy to report that we are on the state charitable contributions list this year!  You can direct your donation to FODA(ORG CODE: 151100) through this year’s campaign. Your donations help us continue our mission and provide hospice care for special needs and elderly pets. Thank you for your support!

August 2015 Transports

On August 15th we ran our first transport in 2 months. Fear of canine influenza in the Atlanta area had us in a holding pattern to avoid the possibility of transporting dogs potentially infected with the virus to our northeast partners.  Sweet Bernadette pictured below went through the wringer when she contracted canine influenza while being treated for heart worms!  Bernadette was a real trouper and is once again happy, healthy  and ready to find her forever family!  We are happy to report that 8 of the 40 dogs had pre-approved adopters waiting to adopt them when they arrived! Click on Bernadette’s photo to see all of the dogs that FODA vetted and transported on August 15th.  If you would like to help FODA continue saving the lives of animals in need in the Metro Atlanta area,  consider a one time donation or a monthly recurring donation.  Just click the DONATE button to the right!We can’t do it without you, remember:

Give A Little * Save A Life


June 2015 Transports

Sweet Merlot pictured below is one of a litter of 8 puppies that were dumped on a tennis court in Clayton County.  He and his brother and sisters left on June 6th along with 39 other dogs and puppies to find loving homes in the northeast.   June 6th is our first transport since the 28th of March due to rising vetting costs but we are committed to continue our lifesaving mission for the animals.   Please help us save the lives of animals like Merlot and so many others in danger of losing their lives in kill shelters in the metro Atlanta area.  Click on the photo of Merlot to see all of the animals on this weekend’s transport.


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