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Florida Animal Friend License Plate
Florida Animal Friend License Plate Wed, May 11, 2022 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

Owner reunited with dog that traveled 240 miles from Savannah, GA to Daytona Beach , FL
Owner reunited with dog that traveled 240 miles from Savannah, GA to Daytona Beach , FL Tue, Mar 24, 2020 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... Read More

Halifax Humane Society Remains Committed to Open Admission Despite Escalating Surrenders and Difficult Decisions
Halifax Humane Society Remains Committed to Open Admission Despite Escalating Surrenders and Difficult Decisions Fri, Dec 02, 2022 Halifax Humane Society (“HHS”), founded in 1937, remains an open-admission shelter which means we never turn away an animal regardless of breed, age, condition, or circumstance. We also work with fourteen municipalities, meaning Animal Control Offic... Read More
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Gaining the Trust of a Formerly Abused Dog
Gaining the Trust of a Formerly Abused Dog Mon, Nov 28, 2022 It is very difficult for animal lovers to read that every 60 seconds, one animal suffers abuse. If you have recently adopted a dog with a history of abuse, know that there is so much you can do to make your pup more confident, happier, and more trust... Read More
By Jane Williams

Operational Shift at the Halifax Humane Society
Operational Shift at the Halifax Humane Society Fri, Nov 04, 2022 In effort to keep our community informed, to be the best resource for our citizens, adopters, and the public, and to be the best partner that we can be to the lost, abandoned, and neglected animals that come through our shelter, we feel it necessary ... Read More

How To Make A Vet Visit Less Stressful
How To Make A Vet Visit Less Stressful Fri, Oct 07, 2022 Going to the vet is part of responsible pet ownership, but is there a way to make vet visits less stressful? Read on to know more. Read More
By Paul Andrews

How to Care for a Boston Terrier
How to Care for a Boston Terrier Wed, Sep 28, 2022 The Boston Terrier, a canine breed with American origins, is a smart, sociable, and relatively low-maintenance pet. However, there are certain difficulties in caring for a Boston Terrier, as there are with all dogs. Read More
By John Woods

3 Ways You Can Prepare Your Home to Welcome a Rescue Dog
3 Ways You Can Prepare Your Home to Welcome a Rescue Dog Tue, Aug 30, 2022 Approximately 4.1 million shelter animals are adopted each year, two million of which are dogs, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). For those who are planning on adopting an older dog that may have a hi... Read More
By Jane Williams

5 Tips and Tricks for Potty Training Your Dog
5 Tips and Tricks for Potty Training Your Dog Wed, Aug 17, 2022 Being firm when dealing with dogs, especially if they’re quite young, can be a struggle for many pet parents. However, letting your pups do as they please with no boundaries in place can do more harm than good in the long run. Read More
By Rebecca Smith

5 Safety Tips When Camping With Your Dog
5 Safety Tips When Camping With Your Dog Mon, Aug 01, 2022 Camping with your dog can be a lot of fun. After all, what could be better than spending time in nature with your best friend? It’s important to keep your dog safe when camping though. Unpredictable weather, wildlife, lakes, rivers, and even local d... Read More
By Richard Cross

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