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Greater Birmingham Humane Society collaborates with Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Alabama Shelter Veterinarians P.C., to create a program providing state-of-the-art health care to shelter animals in metro Birmingham and the surrounding areas.
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Proceeds from Just One Day events will benefit the Greater Birmingham Humane Society partnership with Alabama Shelter Veterinarians and Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine which helps to provide the veterinary care and spay/neuter surgeries that enables Greater Birmingham Humane Society to offer thousands of stray and abandoned animals for adoption each year. The Greater Birmingham Humane Society (GBHS) would like to find a home for every animal we receive
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Welcome to Saving Grace Animal Rescue! SGAR is a Christian-based, nonprofit organization that strives to assist others in helping animals. We recognize how difficult and overwhelming it can be to rescue and foster animals so that’s where we come in. Although we do not have a shelter, we are able to foster animals through a network of volunteers. We also assist people by informing them of some of the resources located in Birmingham, Alabama, that can make their efforts that much easier. We are always in need of foster homes so the more we have, the more SGAR can help. Contact us if you or anyone you know of has the space and desire to take in a homeless pet while we find them their furever homes.This week marks an historic milestone for Alabama Shelter Veterinarians (ASV) as the Hoover-based clinic welcomes its first round of student externs from top-ranked Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Serving in 2-week rotations, the fourth-year studentswill work under the supervision of Drs. BJ Cash and Vaughn Walker to provide high quality medical care for homeless, neglected and abused pets at the Greater Birmingham Humane Society and GBHS Animal Care and Control.