Coweta County Animal Services
Coweta County Animal Services (CCAS) is the county's government-run animal shelter for lost, abandoned and homeless community animals. Though NCHS works closely with the shelter to help socialize the pets and help them find their forever homes, we are separate organizations.
Address: 91 Selt Road, Newnan, GA 30263
Viewing of Pets/Adoptions by appointment: Mon.-Fri. 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. • Sat. 10-2
Adoption Fees: Dogs and Puppies: $55-$120, Cats and Kittens: $45-$70
(Fees include spay/neuter, vet exam, vaccines, microchip, heartworm check for dogs and deworming.)
If you are interested in adopting any of the pets listed on the link below, please call CCAS during their hours of operation to make an appointment.
View adoptable shelter dogs
Low Cost Spay/Neuter
Did you know that Atlanta area shelters kill over 100,000 dogs and cats each year because they cannot find homes for the unwanted pets? In the USA, the figure is 8 million healthy dogs and cats killed per year, simply because no one wants them. In some counties, these animals suffer through a horrible death in the gas chamber. Only 1 in every 10 dogs and 1 in every 10 cats will find a loving home; the rest will die.
On behalf of the thousands of dogs and cats who are suffering due to a lack of homes or shelters and the millions who will be euthanized this year, do the right thing. Take responsibility for your pet!
The H.E.L.P. Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic is OPEN in Newnan!! Call 770-304-7911 to schedule your appointment!
Even if you don’t live in Coweta County, you can still take advantage of their low price, high quality services by participating in their transport program named Snip Ship! Transports are scheduled for Heard, Troup, Meriwether, Griffin, Fayette, Pike and Upson counties. Call 770-304-7911 or email the H.E.L.P. transport coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org.
More Low Cost Spay and Neuter Options
TNVR & Community Cats
NCHS has a Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return program that helps prevent stray/feral cats from having litters and adding to the overwhelming stray pet population in Coweta County. If you have a stray/feral cat living in your area please contact us to see if we can set you up with our trapper.
We also work alongside Whiskers n Paws to help place feral cats as working community cats. If you have a business, farm, office building, or land with plenty of acreage, click the link below to find out more.