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Our press articles are periodically published in the Englewood SunBoca Beacon and the Venice Gondolier.


Posted on December 13, 2015
Posted in Blog

By Phil Snyder, Executive Director of Suncoast Humane Society Published in the Englewood Sun on December 13, 2015 I was asked recently, “What in the world do you give your adult children for Christmas when they have everything under the sun?” Before I could answer her, this wonderful, compassionate lady added, “Here, this check is […]

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Posted on December 12, 2015
Posted in Thrift Stores

We have exciting news! Our Port Charlotte thrift store has it’s one year anniversary coming up on December 15, 2015. In celebration of this exciting mile stone, the Port Charlotte thrift store, located at 1825 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte, will host a sale from December 14-19. There will be a 50% discount on all items priced […]

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Posted on December 9, 2015
Posted in Pet Placement Program

Jeanne and John adopted Tobias from Suncoast Humane Society on October 2, 2014 and they enjoyed his company so much that they came back not even a month later and adopted another kitty named Quincy. We recently received a lovely adoption update along with a precious photo of the two kitties snuggling together. Her card read, “This picture […]

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Posted on December 5, 2015
Posted in Community Outreach/Education

The North Port Pet Supermarket has done it again! This time they had EVEN MORE canned food to donate to our Pet Pantry program. Recently, the store held an adoption event to benefit the Suncoast Humane Society, complete with goodies and balloons.  Paul, the store manager, offered a 10% discount on entire orders to every customer […]

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Posted on December 2, 2015
Posted in Volunteering

“I have an undeniable passion for animals. I do what I do to keep them happy and safe.” Grant R. – Visitor Assistant, 2 years of service. Becoming a Visitor Assistant is one of the many volunteer opportunities we have here at Suncoast Humane Society. As a visitor assistant you will perform a variety of […]

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Posted on November 30, 2015
Posted in Blog

If you are thinking of adding a furry, four-legged member to your family before the holidays, we have an adoption offer for you. We are, once again, holding our Home for the Holidays Adopt-a-thon, featuring uniquely reduced adoption fees throughout December. Adoption fees during this special month-long event will be $10, plus the day of […]

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Posted on November 28, 2015
Posted in Pet Placement Program

Bailey the 5 year old Pit Bull Terrier mix found her perfect family on October 10, 2015 with Michael, Ginger, and River! Recently, we received these sweet photos of Bailey in her new forever home along with this note, “Bailey has adapted perfectly and is the calmest and most loving, happy animal we’ve ever known. […]

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Posted on November 21, 2015
Posted in Community Outreach/Education

We would like to say a special thank you to the Port Charlotte Sam’s Club (#6445) for their generous grant benefiting our Doggie Tales program! The funds from this grant will be used to help our Doggie Tales reading program meet the needs of children in this community that need help expanding their reading skills. Not […]

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Posted on November 17, 2015
Posted in Events

Our calendars are now available at our adoption center, our thrift stores, several local businesses, various community events, OR you can conveniently order it right here (suggested donation of $10 or more per calendar, which includes shipping and handling). If you entered a photo in our 2016 Pet Calendar Photo Contest, you can pick up […]

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Posted on November 14, 2015
Posted in Community Outreach/Education

Sue (right), a volunteer for Suncoast Humane Society, recently held a pet food drive at the Bay Indies Community in Venice! Sue had asked the residents of Bay Indies through the community newsletter to bring in dog and cat food, treats, and cat toys for our Pet Pantry program. When Sue came to drop off this generous […]

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