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The Play’s the Thing

Play is very important for your pet. In young animals, play helps to develop social skills and bite inhibition, and in older animals play enriches their environment and helps burn off excess energy. Play can also be great practice for

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Weekly Pet Flyer: August 30, 2018

In this week’s pet flyer, you’ll find 5 adorable, adoptable cuties looking for forever homes. Please scroll down to learn more about them. But, if you cannot adopt, won’t you help them by printing and sharing this weekly pet flyer?

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Diamond in the Ruff: Sabo

This week’s JR Dunn Jewelers’ “Diamond in the Ruff” is a dog who is shaping up to be a real “Shelter Success Story.” Meet Sabo (ID 591792), he’s a 3-year-old male, mixed-breed who came to us from Puerto Rico back

Multi-Cat Households: Keeping the Peace

This article was written by our Training and Behavior Department Specialist, Stephanie Rodgers, CPDT. Managing a multi-cat household can be a challenge. The more cats living in an average-size living environment, the more difficult it may be. Cats have a

Volunteer Spotlight: Bette Jacoby

Interested in Volunteering? We’re especially in need of dog walkers, adoption ambassadors and customer service volunteers. Call Lacey at 954.266.6814 to learn more and/or sign up for our next orientation. Did you like this article? Subscribe to our blog for

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Jumping Up – Control and Prevention

Overly rambunctious greeting behaviors are very common in puppies and juvenile dogs, and if not corrected, this behavior can often follow them into adulthood. It’s cute when they’re little puppies, but it becomes annoying later – and when they grow

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