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If you adopted a pet from us and have a #ShelterSuccessStory of your own, please click here or you can email us at info@hsbroward.com with the subject line “Shelter Success Story.”

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Shelter Success Story

Shelter Success Story: Nikolena

You know you can never judge a book by its cover, and that is ESPECIALLY true for shelter animals. No matter how hard we work to keep our facility friendly, clean, and inviting, the shelter is not the safe, loving

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Shelter Success Story: Riley

We don’t need to tell you all… but, of course, animals are a huge source of joy and laughter into our lives. But, they can also be a huge source of comfort during difficult times. Peggy passed along a story

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Shelter Success Story: Rico

Many of you have heard about our Adoption Ambassadors. These life-saving volunteers take pets who, for one reason or another, are not adjusting to shelter life well (either they’re too scared, cannot relax, or have some behavioral issues) and they

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Shelter Success Story: Tug

This one is a tear-jerker. Just prepare yourselves. Our hearts are so full and warm. Thank you, Colleen, for sharing this amazing Shelter Success Story. Do you have a shelter success story of your own? Please click here or you

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Shelter Success Story: Lily

This one is a tear-jerker. Just prepare yourselves. Our hearts are so full and warm. Thank you, Colleen, for sharing this amazing Shelter Success Story. Do you have a shelter success story of your own? Please click here or you

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Dolly’s Dream Passes the 100 Mark

Thanks to a generous grant from a South Florida foundation, in March of 2016 we initiated Dolly’s Dream, a program geared entirely toward bully breed dogs. (The president of the foundation had adopted a dog named Dolly – the first

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Shelter Success Story: Gunner

Pets can often be our greatest source of love and comfort. They are always there to offer a compassionate glance, a snuggle, or maybe even a kiss whenever we need it most. For Rita, Gunner gave her family exactly what

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Shelter Success Story: Sabo

Sometimes some dogs come to the shelter who aren’t quite ready to find a forever home. Maybe they’re a little too anxious, or maybe they need to learn a few manners in order to assimilate into home-life. That’s exactly what

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Shelter Success Story: Zoey

Sometimes an adoption goes smoothly from Day 1. Sometimes an animal takes a little more time to adjust. And, like Celeste experienced, sometimes you experience both! We received this story earlier this week, and we knew we had to share.

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Lady Finds Love

One-year-old Lady came to us from another shelter. As she was being checked in, the clinic staff could see that she had some swelling near her elbow joint, as well as a foreign body that could be felt. Further investigation

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Shelter Success Story: Radar

Okay, so we’re starting to get suspicious that there is a “National Dog Day” every 1-2 months, but we’re not going to complain! This day encourages dog ownership of all breeds. Whether mixed or purebred, National Dog Day embraces the

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Shelter Success Story: Callie

Our Adoption Ambassador volunteers do so much for the homeless pets of our community, and their work often goes unnoticed. These selfless individuals take in the special-needs animals from our shelter who (for one reason or another) need a little

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Shelter Success Story: Lillie and Violet

We often get visitors at our shelter who come with absolutely no intention to adopt. Whether they are just dropping off donations, want to give some treats to our adoptable pets, or simply want to see who is looking for

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Shelter Success Story: Little Biggie

In March 2018, a four-pound Yorkie named Biggie was brought to Admissions by his highly-distraught owner. Though only three years old, Biggie was a very sick little dog. He had just come from his veterinarian where he was diagnosed with

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Shelter Success Story: Diesel

As you all know, bully-breed dogs often get labeled as mean or aggressive dogs – but this couldn’t be further from the truth. Just like any breed, their temperament depends on how they were trained/raised. In the Shelter Success Story,

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Submit Your Shelter Success Stories

Do you have a great Humane Society of Broward County adoption success story you’d like to tell? If so, please send it to us along with your name, pet’s name, adoption date and a photo or two. You can even send us a video, if you have one.

Adoption stories are posted to our blog, which may be shared across social media. We may also use stories on this website or other Humane Society of Broward County communications. Note: your full name will not be used on any HSBC communications.
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