About Glynn County Animal Control
|Tiffani Hill, Division Manager||(912) email@example.com|
|Gerald Rewis, Senior Field Officer||(912) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Cindy Holland, ACO II||(912) email@example.com|
|Zach Davis, ACO/Dog Trainer||(912) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Michael Latham, Dog Specialist/ACO||(912) email@example.com|
|Kali Boatwright, Cat Specialist||(912) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Cassidy Gibson, Adoption & Intake Counselor||(912) email@example.com|
|Ashley Gordon, Senior Veterinary Technician||(912) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sandra Young, Veterinary Technician||(912) email@example.com|
Our Vision and Mission
Vision: Glynn County Animal Control promotes responsible pet ownership in our community by enforcing laws and ordinances with compassion and integrity.
Mission: Glynn County Animal Control protects public safety and ensures the humane care of animals through animal law enforcement, sheltering for homeless pets and public education.
What We Do for Our Community
Glynn County Animal Control is a department of 9 staff members. We are part of the Administration Division of Glynn County, Georgia. Guided by the Board of Commissioners, we serve our community by:
- Enforce Glynn County Ordinance Chapter 2-4 - Domestic Animals, City of Brunswick, GA animal ordinances and the Georgia Animal Welfare Act.
- Provide 24 hours a day/7 days a week response to requests for help from Glynn County residents.
- Impound, return to owner and rehome stray, neglected, abused and abandoned dogs and cats from our community.
- Provide bite quarantine facilities for dogs and cats involved in bite incidents. (For quarantine information, contact the GA Dept. of Public Health)
- Care for dogs and cats in protective custody who are evidence in a court case.
- Educate the public on responsible pet ownership.
Learn more about what an Animal Control Officer does - Animal Control Officer video by King County
Shelter Animals Count (this nationally-recognized site posts in groups of 6 months at a time)
Our Open Admission Policy
Glynn County Animal Control is an “open admission” shelter. “Open Admission” means that we accept all stray dogs and cats that need shelter and care. We also accept dogs and cats surrendered to us by their legal owners. We do not turn away dogs or cats based on age, breed, health, behavior or any other characteristic. Glynn County Animal Control is the only "open admission" animal shelter in our community.
Whenever possible, we work with limited admission, restricted admission and breed- or species-specific rescue groups and shelters all over the country to try to send homeless pets from here to places where they may have a better chance of being adopted. These shelters and rescues notify us when they have open kennels and cages and we have dogs or cats available here who that group feels they can easily rehome. Volunteer drivers help us transport shelter pets who are accepted by other shelters and rescue groups to their new location. (photo: a group of dogs & cats leaves for a new life through a shelter in Florida). We post dogs who are eligible for transport on the Doobert website (www.doobert.com - beginning January 2, 2020).
We are grateful for and heavily rely on a growing team of volunteers of all ages who help out at the shelter, at events and at home.
The overwhelming pet overpopulation problem in our community is tragic. It can only be solved if we all commit to responsible pet ownership together! Spay/Neuter/Microchip/Adopt!