Weekly Pet Flyer
You can play a huge role by printing and sharing our weekly pet flyer. This flyer helps so much in matchmaking!
Additional Adoption Information
The adoption fee for dogs is $100 and $30 for cats. All animals go home spayed or neutered, microchipped, receive preliminary vaccinations, dogs receive a heartworm test, and cats are feline leukemia tested. They also receive a flea/tick preventative, a 10-day limited health care plan from VCA Animal Hospitals, 30 days of Trupanion Pet Insurance and a bag of Purina ONE pet food. To learn more about the HSBC’s adoption processes, please click here.
The HSBC opens daily at 10:30 and is located at 2070 Griffin Road, a block west of I-95. For more details call 954-989-3977 ext. 6. To see who else is looking for a home visit www.humanebroward.com
Are you posting the flyer in your community?
Meet the Pet Flyer Pets
Ollie (ID 581851)
Description: 1 year old, male
Little Ollie came to us from Puerto Rico, and unfortunately he has a hard time trusting strangers (especially men). He is in an Adoption Ambassador home where he is working on how to trust people – and he has been making a lot of improvement! Ollie is a quirky and spunky little man with a ton of energy. We recommend that he goes to a home with a big backyard and a lot of time to give.
Betsy (ID 594276)
Description: 5 years old, female
Check out this photogenic feline! Meet Betsy – we are still getting to know her, but during her short time at the shelter, we have learned the following things about her.
First of all, she loves laser lights. Like, LOVES them. She also is a couch potato and enjoys long Netflix binge sessions. Finally, she definitely enjoys her wet food!
Sophie (ID 594208)
Description: age unknown, female
A quiet, peaceful home is just what Sophie’s looking for. She is a bunny who prefers the comfort of a cozy family room to an active of energetic play. Her favorite activity is munching on hay and relaxing.
Bella (ID 593689)
Description: 1 year old, female
Bella is an extremely sweet girl who is quite advanced for her age. This 1-year-old already knows basic commands and is housebroken. Although she is very choosy with her dog friends, she used to love playing (gently) with her previous family’s rabbit. Her favorite activities are walks, playtime, and chasing after tennis balls.
Penny (ID 594267)
Description: 2 years old, female
Penny’s previous family called her “the perfect cat,” which makes the reason why she ended up here so perplexing! This moderately-playful little girl is extremely friendly and social. She even got along with the family dog.
However, Penny has a sad story to tell. When a new baby came into her family, Penny was very anxious and needed time to adjust. However, her family didn’t give her the time she needed and surrendered her to the shelter instead.
Penny may have been jealous that her previous family was not giving her much attention, so we recommend that she finds love in a home where she can be spoiled and adored.
|Did you like this article? Subscribe to our blog for a weekly digest of shelter news. You can also read our print publications, view our videos, and access our guides and other resources for more information.|