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


Posted on November 11, 2015
Posted in Thrift Stores

In observance of Veteran’s Day, all three Suncoast Humane Society thrift stores will host a Veteran’s Day sale on Wednesday, November 11. There will be a 30% discount on all items priced $2 or more for active military and veterans with identification. The thrift stores are located in Englewood, Venice, and Port Charlotte. For our […]

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Posted on November 7, 2015
Posted in Community Outreach/Education

Recently, the first graders at Lamarque Elementary School held their second annual donation drive to benefit the animals of Suncoast Humane Society. During this week long event, they collected pennies and items such as pet food, cleaning supplies, toys and much more from our Wish list. At the end of the collection, the students counted the […]

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Posted on November 4, 2015
Posted in Community Outreach/Education

During a recent customer appreciation event, the North Port Pet Supermarket asked all customers to donate a can of food to Suncoast Humane Society and as you can see it was a huge success! Their donation of canned pet food went to our Pet Pantry program, which helps pet owners in need by giving them […]

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Posted on November 3, 2015
Posted in Community Outreach/Education

Many thanks to the Honda dealership in Port Charlotte for their generous monetary donation and for collecting items such as towels, cleaning products, and pet supplies to donate to the animals in our care! Donations of items from our Wish List allow us to direct monetary donations to more critical needs. Thanks again, we appreciate your […]

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Posted on November 1, 2015
Posted in Volunteering

“Lifelong passion to help animals.” Rosemary L. – Cat Cuddler Volunteer, 3 years of service. If you would like to help homeless cats find new homes, we have a volunteer opportunity for you! As a cat cuddler you will perform the very important duty of socializing the adoptable felines in our open cattery. What does […]

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Posted on October 24, 2015
Posted in Thrift Stores

Here is a lamp. Yes, just an ordinary lamp. It doesn’t do tricks or talk but it does serve a meaningful purpose to the homeless pets at Suncoast Humane Society. Whether you’re purchasing goods or donating items, you are making a difference. Something as simple as purchasing a lamp can help one of our adoptable […]

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Posted on October 21, 2015
Posted in Community Outreach/Education, Pet Placement Program

By Phil Snyder, Executive Director of Suncoast Humane Society Published in the Englewood Sun on October 11, 2015 Most modern-day statistics agree that only 29 percent of pet owners adopt their pets from animal shelters or rescue groups. More than 50 percent obtain their pets from family members, relatives or friends, or they find them […]

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Posted on October 16, 2015
Posted in Volunteering

“Helping animals that can’t help themselves.” Laura A. – Dog Walker Volunteer, 3 years of service. Becoming a Dog Walker is one of the many volunteer opportunities we have here at Suncoast Humane Society. All of our dog walkers perform the very important duty of enriching and helping train our adoptable dogs while they wait for […]

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Posted on October 14, 2015
Posted in Blog

The County Line District and Greater Sarasota Wells Fargo Bank recently visited us here at Suncoast Humane Society and they certainly didn’t show up empty handed! This fun bunch donated a generous amount of pet food, supplies, and also made a monetary donation to our programs, services, and homeless pets. During their visit to Suncoast Humane Society they took a tour of […]

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Posted on October 11, 2015
Posted in Blog

By Phil Snyder, Executive Director of Suncoast Humane Society Published in the Englewood Sun on November 1, 2015 October is gone, which means that National Adopt A Dog Month is officially over for this year. However that does not mean that you will be unable to adopt a dog, or a cat for that matter, […]

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