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Bringing Free Veterinary Services to Healthy Pets: LifeLine Animal Project's Partnership with Banfield Foundation

LifeLine Animal Project, which manages operations at both the Fulton and DeKalb animal shelters, is excited to announce that this spring’s “Healthy Pets Fulton'' will be held at Jackson Memorial Baptist Church (534 Fairburn Rd NW) on Saturday, March 23 from 10am-to 2pm; “Healthy Pets DeKalb” will be held at Honeysuckle Park (3037 Pleasant Valley Dr) on Saturday, April 13 from 10am-2pm.  

LifeLine Animal Project is delighted to be the recipient of a Banfield Foundation grant which will cover the cost of rabies vaccines and microchips at all Healthy Pets events in 2024. Banfield Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is the charitable arm of Banfield Pet Hospital. 

In addition to free pet vaccines and microchips, families can receive free spay/neuter vouchers, pet food, pet supplies and more on a first-come, first-served basis and while supplies last. In 2023, LifeLine helped more than 1929 pets with free services and pet education.

Banfield Foundation has been a tremendous partner in helping make preventative care possible for pets who need it most. Together, the Banfield Foundation and LifeLine are committed to supporting underserved communities and working to keep pets in homes where they belong.

Other Healthy Pets partners include Fulton County Commissioner Khadejiah Abdur-Rahman and Petco Love, who sponsored the DHPP/FVRCP vaccines.

For more information about our Pets for Life outreach program as well as other free and reduced-cost veterinary services, visit

About LifeLine Animal Project

A nonprofit founded in 2002, LifeLine Animal Project provides lifesaving solutions to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable animals in county shelters. LifeLine manages DeKalb and Fulton County Animal Services, where it has sustained no-kill levels, and operates two LifeLine Spay & Neuter Clinics. LifeLine provides services to over 43,000 animals annually and has performed 195,500 free and low-cost spay/neuter surgeries to date, including 61,100 stray/feral cats through its Community Cat program, metro Atlanta’s first and largest trap-neuter-return assistance program. LifeLine’s community outreach improves the quality of life for animals in the community and helps prevent pet overpopulation. LifeLine’s Community Animal Center features an adoption center and a full-service, low-cost veterinary clinic to help make pet care accessible to all. In the last twenty years, LifeLine has helped over 350,000 animals. For more information, please visit or follow LifeLine on Facebook, Instagram, and X.


Since 2015, Banfield Foundation has been making preventive care possible for the pets that need it most. Through grants and partnerships, we provide medical supplies and resources to nonprofit partners in need; support pets, people and communities in crisis; and enable veterinary professionals to deliver compassionate and inclusive preventive veterinary care in underserved and diverse areas across the United States and around the world. We also leverage the expertise and passion of Banfield Pet Hospital, part of Mars Veterinary Health, and its Associates to care for pets in need. At the Banfield Foundation, we are committed to living our collective purpose: A BETTER WORLD FOR PETS. For more information, visit


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