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Animal Shelters in Florida by Name   (Page 7 of 40)

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Org # 13258 FosterHomesOtherRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Big Hearts Rescue and Rehabilitation Inc.

BIG HEARTS Rescue was founded in the summer of 2007. Based in Pasco County, Florida, our non-profit organization is made up of volunteers who freely give their love, time, and support in order to rehabilitate, foster, and ultimately give a better life to needy animals. Through action and education, we hope to not only to educate the public on animal-related issues, but to help foster an atmosphere of understanding and mutual respect for the plight of needy animals. Many of our fosters are special needs and we hope you consider adopting one of them. Just one person can help make the difference for many animals that cannot help themselves.
Po Box 20723, Tampa FL US 33622 Ph:(352)567-9736
http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/FL719.html Email: missy@bigheartsrescue.org
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Org # 5506 ShelterPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Bishop Animal Shelter SPCA of Manatee County

Bishop Animal Shelter is a privately run non-profit animal adoption shelter founded in 1958 by two special people - Edward E. and Lillian H. Bishop. Their love and caring for animals resulted in their establishing the Bishop Animal Shelter. The land comprising almost 40 acres was formerly a citrus grove owned by the family. It was decided by the Bishops to be the perfect place for the increasing number of homeless dogs in the county
5718 21st AVE W, Bradenton FL US 34209 Ph:(941)792-2863
http://www.bishop-spca.org Email: bishopspca@hotmail.com
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Org # 11343 ShelterRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Born Free Pet Shelter

Born Free Pet Shelter is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has been helping homeless dogs since 1980. Located on a beautiful 5-acre refuge in the Redlands of South Florida, Born Free rescues dogs in distress and offers them the chance to lead happy and healthy lives. We currently house over 100 dogs, ranging in age from 6 months to elderly. With the help of generous donations and the tireless efforts of our volunteers, we provide the love and care that they deserve. Some of our dogs will live out their days at the shelter, but we have so many that would make wonderful companions if given the chance.
PO Box 823, Key Biscayne FL US 33149 Ph:(305)361-5507
Email: bornfreeshelter@bellsouth.net
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Org # 6819 RescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Boxer Friends, Inc.

Boxer Friends, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit Florida charitable organization, devoted to helping Boxers in need in the south Florida area. We focus on the needy Boxer dogs in Broward and south Palm Beach counties, but are not limited to these areas, as resources allow
10097 Cleary Blvd Box 306, Plantation FL US 33324 Ph:(754)367-8590
http://www.boxerfriends.net Email: Krystalm1978@boxerfriends.net
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Org # 13188 ShelterAnimal ControlPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Bradford County Animal Shelter and Control

Bradford County Animal Shelter and Control
606 Edwards Rd., Starke FL US 32091 Ph:(904)964-9200
http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/FL696.html Email: Tracey_Sayles@Bradfordsheriff.org
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Org # 5851 FosterHomesPictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Bratpack Rescue Inc.

The Bratpack Rescue, Inc., Bichon Frise and Small Dogs: is a group of volunteers that rescue and re-home Bichon Frise dogs. We have expanded our rescue to include small breed dogs along with the Bichon Frise
36950 E. Eldorado Lake Drive, Eustis FL US 32736 Ph:(352)357-1308Fax:(352)357-1804
http://www.bratpackrescue.com Email: marilyn4rescue@aol.com
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Org # 2053 ShelterFosterHomesAnimal ControlOtherRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals Pictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Cats Pictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs Pictures of Animals for AdoptionView Other Types of Adoptable Animals

Brevard County Animal Services & Enforcement

Brevard Animal Services and Enforcement (BASE) provide a wide range of services to residents of Brevard County. Our mission goals are public safety and health. Secondary to this is to help residents deal with animal issues. We patrol for stray dogs, lend out traps to help citizens remove stray cats and small nuisance wildlife, pick up sick and injured animals and transport them to Veterinarians, Rehabilitation Centers and Animal Shelters. There the animals will receive care and medical treatment as necessary. We provide education about wildlife and referrals for need-specific services that go beyond what we provide. We investigate animal bites and reports of neglect and cruelty. We lend nearly three-dozen traps weekly and service dozens more taking stray animals to the shelters and relocate all types of wildlife. If we do not provide a service you need, in most instances, we can refer you to a person or agency that does. We now operate two of the four animal shelters in Brevard County. We spay and neuter the animals we put up for adoption. We assist in picking up animals during Natural Disasters such as wild fires and hurricane evacuations. These are just some of the many services that we provide to the residents of Brevard County.
1515 Sarno Road, Melbourne FL US 32935 Ph:(321)633-2024
http://www.brevardanimalservices.com/index.htm Email: robert.brown@brevardcounty.us
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Org # 5863 Animal ControlPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Broward County Animal Care and Regulation Div.

Finding new homes for abandoned cats and dogs, returning lost pets to their owners, ensuring public health and safety by coordinating the rabies vaccinations and licensing of pets, and enforcing the animal laws are just some of the services and programs offered by the Animal Care and Regulation Division
1870 SW 39 Street, Fort Lauderdale FL US 33315 Ph:(954)359-1313
http://www.broward.org/animal/ Email: adoption@broward.org
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Org # 11234 Animal Control

Broward Couny Animal Care and Regulation Division

The Broward County Animal Care and Regulation Division (ACaRD) is a county agency under the Broward County Board of County Commissioners. Animal Care is supported by tax dollars and revenue generated through fees. ACaRD is one of seven Divisions within the Community Services Department. Animal Care is not part of nor related to the Humane Society of Broward County. This is a private, nonprofit organization solely supported by individual donations.
1870 SW 39th Street, Fort Lauderdale FL US 33315 Ph:(954)359-1313
http://broward.org/animal
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Org # 12992 Shelter

Broward Ferret Rescue & Referral

The Broward Ferret Rescue was founded in 2000 by Karen Riley and Dona Michaels. Based out of their homes, it remains a small no kill ferret shelter. In 2003, Karen had to leave the shelter leaving Dona as the soul head. This task could not have fallen on greater shoulders. Still based out of her home, Dona maintains the shelter with the help of many people. Jane Ziemba comes in and cares for the ferrets several times a week. She also fosters many ferrets with special needs. Michelle runs the sanctuary for the rescue from her home. She cares for all the ailing ferrets who are not adoptable due to illnesses. Sue helps with fundraisers, while Lori contributes all the advertising. We have many others that donate their time in assisting with the day to day operations. Unfortunately, as the other rescues around Southern Florida disappear, more and more ferrets come into the rescue. We carry an average of 40-50 ferrets which doesn't include the ones we have in foster homes, and the sanctuary. And even though we continue to grow, we are always out there trying to get these animals a forever home. One of the ways we try to adopt our ferrets is by going to PETCO. We try to go once a month to PETCO's around the South Florida area, informing people about ferrets, and if they are interested, we ask they think of adoption first. Another way we get our ferrets out there is through PETFINDERS.COM. Petfinders has been a substantial part of getting our name out there and these ferrets adopted. We average around 200 hits a day at petfinder, making it one of the most affective adoption tools for us. In 2004, Broward Ferret Rescue became a 501c3 non-profit organization, meaning all funds that we receive goes to the help and care of the ferrets in our rescue. One of our major donators is PETCO. They are always there to help out and constantly ask us to join them for their national adoption events, and we are always happy to go. We get other donations by holding fundraising events such as pot luck, garage sales, and bake sales.
, Coconut Creek FL US 33066 Ph:(954)977-4583
http://www.browardferretrescue.org Email: fuzzyrescues@aol.com Email2: browardferret@gmail.com
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