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Lost & Found Pets in Jacksonville

Did your pet go missing in Jacksonville, FL? Did you find a pet in Jacksonville, FL? It can happen to anyone. Use our “How To” guide to help lost dogs … Continue

Jaguars Player Adopts Dog After 359 Days in the Shelter

When she first arrived at the Jacksonville Humane Society on a sunny afternoon, Samira wasn’t sure if she was ready to adopt a dog. But she didn’t think it would … Continue

How to Make a Heating Pad for Pets

Here is an easy Do It Yourself project for your pets that can be made with items in every household! If you are looking for a way to keep your … Continue

Cat DIY Puzzlebox Toy

Curiosity cured the kitty! Did you know that engaging your cat’s mind will help him or her alleviate stress, and can help to eliminate behaviors such as scratching, clawing, or … Continue

WoofStock

Join us this Saturday and Sunday for FREE pet adoptions! It’s going to be two groovy days of peace, love and pet adoptions that you don’t want to miss! Hundreds of … Continue

3-Step DIY Pupsicles

Tired of the dog days of summer? Looking for a cool way to beat the heat? With our easy, 3-step Do It Yourself “Pupsicles” you can easily make a tasty, … Continue

Dog (AND CAT) Days of Summer

Join The Jacksonville Humane Society, Animal Care and Protective Services and Petsmart Charities for THE DOG AND CAT DAYS OF SUMMER Adoption Event. Bring home your new best friend for … Continue

3-Step DIY Busy Box for Dogs

As dog lovers, we all want to spoil our pups. Toys are great, but can be expensive and easily destroyed. Why not use a few items you’ve got around the … Continue

Clear the Shelters Jax

Join The Jacksonville Humane Society and Animal Care and Protective Services in a one day goal of clearing the shelters! This national event can be followed online using #cleartheshelters . … Continue

From Fearful Fido to Party Pup – Sierra’s Story

Sierra – a sweet, playful one-year-old terrier mix – was transferred to the Jacksonville Humane Society from another shelter in May 2016. When she arrived, staff and volunteers immediately noticed … Continue

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