HHS is now open during our regular business hours of 10 am to 6 pm Mon-Sat, and 10 am to 2 pm on Sunday; however, appointments are still required for admissions and boarding & grooming. There is no appointment required to visit the adoption lobby to see the animals available but be advised if 10 or more people are in the adoption area. There may be a waiting time to ensure social distancing.

The dog park is open without an appointment, however social distancing at all locations is required, and only 10 people will be allowed in at a time.

Adoptions - Admissions: Call (386) 274-4703 to schedule an appointment.
Boarding & Grooming: Call (386) 317-2280 to schedule an appointment.

Due to the recent Daytona Beach city order requiring people to wear masks when in public and when 6-feet of social distancing cannot be observed, we follow this requirement and ask that all people visiting any of our facilities please wear a mask until further notice. All employees dealing with the public are also required to wear a mask. We intend to protect our guests and staff from contracting the COVID-19 virus. Thank you for your cooperation and your understanding.

The Halifax Humane Society is a 501 (c)(3) private nonprofit organization servicing the Greater Daytona Beach area in Volusia County, Florida. Halifax Humane Society was founded in 1937.

For up-to-date news and information visit our digital magazine at www.sandypawsmagazine.org

Equipped with a spay/neuter clinic, we perform early-age spay/neuter surgeries to ensure that all adopted animals are altered before entering a new home. Subsidized spay/neuter surgeries are also available at Halifax Humane Society's Redinger Spay/Neuter Clinic, located at 600 Mason Avenue in Daytona Beach.

Humane Education is made available to all schools, businesses, civic groups, etc., through speaking engagements, tours, and material. In addition, Halifax Humane Society focuses on keeping pets with their families through animal training and behavior classes.

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The owner, Brittany lost her dog Ashley over 2-weeks ago in Savannah, GA. The pet sitter forgot to lock the door and the dog got out and ran away. She received a text from Hailey Lingo, an advocate for lost and found dogs who thought Ashley was a dog available for adoption at HHS in Daytona Beach, FL named Kit. Thanks to Hailey, here is their visit to Halifax Humane Society where they were reunited with their lost dog. Read More
By purchasing a Florida Animal Friend License plate, you help fund free and low-cost spay and neuter programs across the state. Your individual annual donation adds up to dozens of large grants which are professionally implemented and evaluated. Read More
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