In honor of Memorial Day, all three of our thrift stores located in Englewood, Port Charlotte, and Venice will be closed on Monday, May 25th! We hope you were able to join us this past week for our early Memorial Day sale. Our thrift stores will open for regular hours on Tuesday, May 26. Have […]
We wanted to say a heartfelt “THANK YOU” to our supporters for voting our 2015 Tennis Ball and Tournament a Finalist for Best Fundraising Gala in Harbor Style Magazine’s 2015 Harbor’s Hottest Contest! This is the second year in a row that your votes have helped us win this distinction. Thank you again!
In observation of Memorial Day, our thrift stores are hosting a sale from May 21-23! All items priced $2 or more will be 20% off at all three of our thrift stores located in Englewood, Port Charlotte, and Venice. For our thrift store hours and locations, visit our website or call us at 941-474-7884 for […]
Whether it is lost or stolen, losing a pet is an agonizing experience. According to the National Council on Pet Population Study and Policy, approximately 584,000 cats enter animal shelters in the United States every year as strays, yet only about 2% of these cats are ever reunited with their owners. That means that fewer […]
By Phil Snyder, Executive Director of Suncoast Humane Society Published in the Englewood Sun on May 17, 2015 Most of us look forward to spring with great anticipation. The days are longer and the nights a little warmer. Our grass turns greener, and the plants and flowers blossom. It’s all good, right?
By Phil Snyder, Executive Director of Suncoast Humane Society Published in the Englewood Sun on May 31, 2015 Hurricane Season is upon us again. We already have one scare north of us, and there will be more storms brewing in the atlantic during the long season. There is a lot of important information available on […]
Losing your pet is traumatic. Your first inclination is, of course, to panic. But you stand a far greater chance of finding your pet and returning him or her safely home if you follow these simple steps. 1. Prior to losing your pet – Take several color photos of your pet, identify the best one […]
For a dog, the first few weeks in a new home are a critical transition period. This is why we want to give you some tips on how to help your newly adopted dog make the adjustment! Adoptive owners view a dog’s new life in their home as a wonderful change from a shelter […]
Heartworm disease is serious and potentially fatal in dogs. A dog can get this parasite if bitten by an infected mosquito. There’s no way to tell if a mosquito is infected. That’s why prevention is so important. It takes about 6 months once a dog is bitten by an infected mosquito, for the larvae to mature […]
We want to say a big “thank you” to Girl Scout Troop #409 and their Troop leader Diana for their generous donation! They donated their cookie sale money and also brought items from our Wish list. These donations go towards supporting our programs, services, and homeless pets. Your generosity is much appreciated; thank you! Diana […]