About Glynn County Animal Control
|Tiffani Hill, Division Manager||(912) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Gerald Rewis, Senior Field Officer||(912) email@example.com|
|Ashley Gordon, Medical Team Lead||(912) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Kali Boatwright, Animal Care Lead||(912) email@example.com|
|Michele Staten, Administrative Assistant||(912) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mikayla Bessing, Client Services Specialist||(912) email@example.com|
|Lexi Dybe, Animal Control Officer I||(912) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Cindy Holland, Animal Control Officer II||(912) email@example.com|
|Sharon Mathews, Animal Care Technician||(912) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Derrick Green, Animal Care Technician||(912) 554-7505||n/a|
|Robert Strayer, Humane Investigator||(912) email@example.com|
Our Vision, Mission and Code of Conduct
Our Vision for Our Community: We envision a community where people and animals live together with compassion, respect and dignity.
Our Department's Mission: Glynn County Animal Control protects people and animals through compassionate care, community education, proactive intervention, and effective enforcement.
What We Do for Our Community
Public health; Public safety; Animal law enforcement; Protection of pets and people with education and intervention; Agency interaction in communication and cooperative endeavors; Disaster response; Animal sheltering. Glynn County Animal Control is a department of 11 staff members. We provide regular and emergency services relating to dogs, cats, and farm animals.
We are not licensed to handle wildlife. Click here to visit Department of Natural Resource's website.
Our Open Admission Policy
Glynn County Animal Control is an “open admission” shelter. “Open Admission” means that we accept all stray dogs and cats from within Glynn County and the City of Brunswick who need shelter and care. We also accept dogs and cats surrendered to us by their legal owners who have proof that they are Glynn County residents. 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.
The overwhelming pet overpopulation problem in our community is tragic. It can only be solved if we all commit to responsible pet ownership together!