The objective of this Society shall be to prevent cruelty and suffering of animals; to enhance animal welfare through education, quality adoption, comfortable living conditions; and to maintain a robust spay and neuter program.
The Lagrange - Troup County Humane Society strives to improve the lives of animals by educating the public on the humane treatment of animals, including the importance of spaying or neutering, current vaccinations, annual veterinary examinations, and the proper care and treatment of animals.
The LaGrange - Troup County Humane Society partners with the City of LaGrange Animal Shelter to transfer dogs into our care to help adopt fully spayed or neutered, healthy pets into our local community.
Serving Troup County, Georgia, an area of 414 square miles, including the cities of LaGrange, West Point and Hogansville. Our new Shelter is a 4400 square foot facility on a 5-acre piece of property. It includes 60 inside and outside pens, four quarantine pens, adoption, education, grooming, and food preparation rooms, and utility space.
Partnering with the Troup County Community for Success!
What We're Up To
Hi there! My name is Wolfie, and I’m the resident watch dog at the LaGrange Troup County Humane Society. My job is an important one—I greet people, interact with all the animals, and help the staff get dogs ready for adoption and their forever homes. I love interacting with people and animals, but I have […]
When: Saturday, February 11, 2017 (11:00am-1:00pm) Where: LaGrange-Troup County Humane Society Shelter 1390 Orchard Hill Rd. LaGrange, GA 30240 Admission: 14 dimes per person (Yes, we accept other forms of cash payments too!) For your donation of 14 dimes, you can bring a lot of love to the animals waiting for their fur-ever family to […]
Shelter dogs spend nearly all of their time in a concrete kennel which is hard on the joints, particularly for senior dogs. We know you love our pups, so we know we can count on you to rally together with us to give them the comfort they deserve! Help our shelter dogs rest easy by […]