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Fate Brings Grieving Jack Russel Owner Happiness

Liffey, the Jack Russel Terrier, was 15 when she passed away from kidney failure, but she was more than just a dog to her Dog Mom, Coleen. Liffey helped her overcome many obstacles in life and she provided the comfort she needed during those hard times. Liffey passed away on October 23, 2018 and only […]

Best Pet Photo Shoot “Fundraiser Face” Awards

Each month, we host Pet Photo Shoot Fundraisers all over the country that benefit animal welfare charities. Dogs come to have their photo taken against our signature gray backdrop and pose for a 10-minute pet photo shoot. Sorry, no humans allowed! We’re able to capture some amazing faces with the help of our extremely fast […]

Adoptable Cleopatra Has Her Eye On You

Breed: Great Dane/Mix Sex: Female Age: 1 Year 5 Months Weight: 74 lbs Location: Kenny’s Pod, Row 2, 18 Specifications: Adult-Only Home Preferred. Experienced dog owners only. Food Test Completed. No Cats. No Kids < 12 yrs. No Kids < 8 yrs. Single Dog Home. Slumber Partier. Special Needs-Behavior. We originally met Cleopatra at The Humane Society of Sarasota County back in October. We took her photos for […]

Lost Three Legged Pit Bull Finds the Best Home

Skippy was surrendered to Marion County Animal Services after she was found roaming the streets in Reddick, Florida. She had been at the shelter for a while, had skin and eye issues, bad teeth and an injured front leg. The shelter thinks that her leg was broken and never properly healed, so their only option […]

Free Pet Valentine’s Day Cards

Passing out Valentine’s Day Cards to classmates in specially decorated shoe boxes is a fond childhood memory. We designed a few Valentine’s Day Cards for you to download for free with one of our favorite photos. You can give these to your pets, kids can use them at school or you could even hand them […]

You Found a Stray Dog, Now What?

A friend of ours recently found a stray dog on her farm in Dade City, Florida. They’re not sure how he ended up there, but there’s a chance he could have been dumped. The dog was still intact (had it’s genitalia) and there was no microchip. If you do find a stray dog, here’s a […]