dog

Posted on December 23, 2019
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Each year, Suncoast Humane Society cares for thousands of homeless animals, allowing them to have a second chance at life. This year we want to share two stories that touched our hearts.    GUS Gus, an 8-year-old terrier, was found in very rough shape wandering the streets. He was extremely overweight, had lumps all over […]

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Posted on December 19, 2019
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New Dog + New Tricks … Old Dog + New Tricks = NEW YEAR, NEW DOG! Registration is officially open for our upcoming Dog Obedience and Training Classes January 9 through February 13. These classes are great for new pets and those who might need a refresher. Class size is limited and registration is required, […]

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Posted on December 16, 2019
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Rescued for the Pawlidays adoption special starts December 16 and ends December 31.  See all of our adoptable animals here: CATS & DOGS Information on our adoption process can be found here: Adoption Overview Rescued for the Pawlidays adoption special offers a $20 discount on all adoption fees for canines and felines: dogs, puppies, cats, and […]

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Posted on December 13, 2019
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  Thank you to all of our friends and supporters for all the love this holiday season. Our Animal Care Center and all 3 of our Thrift Stores will be closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. We wish you and your four-legged companions a very Merry Christmas!  

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Posted on December 6, 2019
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By Lena Hart, Marketing and Event Planning Manager, Suncoast Humane Society Bringing a new pet home makes for an exciting day. Most people already know the exact activities their new companion will partake in and are eager to start. But what starts out as a happy new beginning sometimes ends in heartache. According to a […]

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Posted on November 3, 2019
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By Lena Hart, Marketing & Event Planning Manager Suncoast Humane Society  I’ll never forget the day I came home to poop-covered walls. It was 2016, and my newly adopted 3-month-old Pit Bull puppy named Biggie had just had his first explosive accident that still burns my nostrils every time I think about that day. Oh, […]

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