Here at the Georgia Voice, we love celebrating the BEST that Atlanta has to offer, especially when it comes to servicing our LGBTQ community!
The more than 70 categories highlight what makes Atlanta the top LGBTQ-friendly city in the country with food, nightlife, services, events, and pet care that cater to our community.
Long have we searched for a city where inclusion is part of everyday life, and no matter where we frequent, we’re given the same respect as our hetero counterparts!
We give a big thank you and congratulations to the winners and runners-up in this year’s awards line-up for emphasizing equality for our Atlanta LGBTQ siblings!
VET: ANSLEY ANIMAL CLINIC
It’s the second consecutive win for this family-owned and operated neighborhood veterinary clinic which offers full-service care including medical and surgical services, dental care, and bathing. Ansley Animal Clinic prioritizes relieving your furry friend’s pain and discomfort while calming them and minimizing time away from the people they love.
Runners-up are VCA Petsare People Too and Village Vets
PET SUPPLY AND GROOMING: PIEDMONT BARK
Piedmont Bark provides your dog with a clean, safe, stress-free, and fun environment while they’re away from home. Piedmont Bark was designed and built based on the values of dogs and those who love and care for them to ensure your pup is comfortable, clean, and happy.
Runners-up are Pet Set Supply and Inman Park Pet Works
PET DAYCARE: PIEDMONT BARK
Piedmont Bark is also your choice for best pet daycare in Atlanta and for the third year in a row! Pups are assigned to one of six indoor park-like playrooms based on size and temperament, meaning your dog will be comfortable and have fun. With ample room to play, lots of human attention, and plenty of canine companionship, Piedmont Bark is the choice for doggy daycare.
Runners-up are Barking Hound Village and Dog Days
ATLANTA HUMANE SOCIETY
The AHS steps back into the top spot after taking 2017’s Best Of award for pet adoption. It serves about 30,000 animals each year and places about 9,000 dogs and cats into loving forever homes. Atlanta Humane Society puts the animals first: they do not euthanize adoptable animals and have no time limits for animals once they’re in their care. This organization is proud to be working to end pet homelessness and overpopulation in Atlanta.
Runners-up are PAWS Atlanta and Lifeline Animal Project