Pensacola, Florida - Pet Adoption

Or visit the Pet Adoption and Protection Center at:  3599 NW 79 AvenueDoral, Florida 33122
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Florida law requires that pets adopted from a shelter MUST be spayed or neutered. Animals that cannot be spayed or neutered at the shelter due to age or compromised health will have to be spayed or neutered by an agreed-upon date. The adopter will need to provide a $100 deposit with the adoption of such an animal, which will be refunded when proof of the spay/neuter is provided to the shelter.
Florida Furbabies has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Crestview, FL.
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S.A.F.E. (Saving Animals From Euthanasia) was founded in September of 2008 in an effort to save pets from euthanasia at high-kill shelters in the North Florida area. SAFE rescues adoptable animals from the shelters when their time has "run out" and places them in loving foster homes, primarily in the St. Augustine area, until a permanent home can be found for them. To date, we have found "forever homes" for over 4,000 cats and dogs! SPCA Florida has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Lakeland, FL.
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Photo provided by FlickrOne By One Dog Rescue, Inc. has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Miami, Florida.
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When you arrive at the Adoption Center we invite you to take a look around and meet the animals. We encourage you and your family to spend time with each pet you are interested in to see which is the best fit. Our trained staff and volunteers are happy to answer questions about the animals and provide you with whatever background information we have regarding that pet. Please keep in mind we do not always know all of the adoptable animals’ history or background depending on how they arrived at SPCA Florida.Savea Life Pet Rescue would like to thank pilot Michael Young for hisrecent volunteer work for our organization. Michael used his personalplane to pick up numerous puppies from a high-kill shelter in Alabamaand transport them to our rescue here in Florida. All of these puppies have now been adopted into loving homes!Join us for the second annual North Florida Pet Adoption Days, June 18th and 19th, 2016. Puppy Hill Farm joins Alachua County Animal Services, Alachua County Humane Society, Gainesville Pet Rescue, and Helping Hands Pet Rescue to find homes for hundreds of pets this summer! All animals will be sterilized, vaccinated, microchipped and FREE to loving homes. Adoption hours are 9AM to 6PM on Saturday, June 18th and 10AM to 6PM on Sunday, June 19th.Florida law requires that pets adopted from a shelter MUST be spayed or neutered. Animals that cannot be spayed or neutered at the shelter due to age or compromised health will have to be spayed or neutered by an agreed-upon date. The adopter will need to provide a $100 deposit with the adoption of such an animal, which will be refunded when proof of the spay/neuter is provided to the shelter.