You can give a home to a pet in need and save money at the same time.
Broward County’s two animal shelters are just saying ‘No’. As part of “Just One Day”, a nationwide effort founded by No Kill Nation to help find homes for shelter animals, the county will not euthanize any animals in their two shelters.
If you were planning on adopting a new ‘furry friend’ at Saturday’s ASPCA Mega-Match Adopt-A-Thon at Tropical Park but got rained out, don’t worry you still have time.
More than two dozen dogs are getting a new “leash” on life Thursday thanks to the Miami-Dade County Animal Services Department’s “Miami Dogs on the Move Program.”
If you’re looking for a new four legged friend, Miami-Dade Animal Services has resumed pet adoptions after being shut down for weeks due to an outbreak of Canine Distemper.
A South Florida girl is using her social media skills to help animals find new homes. Ari Grosfeld is 12 years old. Her family adopted a dog from Miami-Dade Animal Services and she wants to encourage other families to do the same.
Miami-Dade’s Animal Services agency celebrated its 6th anniversary on Sunday with a Pet Adoption Party.
Three dogs and one cat which were rescued from the flood stricken area of Kennett, Missouri and brought to the Humane Society of Broward County now have new homes.
Time is running out for people who want to save a dog’s life at the Miami-Dade Animal Services shelter in Medley.