Atlanta Humane Society reopens Duluth location

The Atlanta Humane Society is reopening their Duluth location to the public this Saturday, Sept. 25. The location has been closed for adoptions due to COVID-19 and staffing shortages, but the location will now be open for adoptions 12 p.m. - 4 p.m. each Saturday at 2148 Duluth Highway, at the corner of Duluth Highway and Satellite Boulevard.

The location will be offering small dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption on Saturdays until they can open on a more regular basis. Animals available for adoption will be live on the website each Saturday.

“We’re excited to be active again in Duluth helping the people of Gwinnett find lifelong companions,” said Cal Morgan, President and CEO of the Atlanta Humane Society.

The Atlanta Humane Society’s Duluth Adoption Center is made possible as part of a partnership with Boehringer Ingelheim and through ongoing support from the B.I. Cares Foundation. During its first year, the adoption center was able to help almost 1,000 animals find permanent new homes in Gwinnett.

The Duluth location is also accepting job applications at