JFFD uses 100% USDA and other restaurant grade ingredients in all of its pet food, and because the green beans used in these meals may be contaminated, the company is alerting the public.
There has been a Voluntary Product Recall of 30lb Blue Buffalo Life Protection Formula Fish & Sweet Potato Recipe for Dogs.
By supporting Bark For Life, you help the American Cancer Society “take a bite out of cancer” and move closer to our ultimate goal of a world with less cancer and more birthdays.
Athena Grace is a very shy rescue, and needs a quiet home where she can feel safe.
Nassau Humane Society Gala raised over $35K in event donations and sponsorships, and also received a $15K donation to begin a new animal care fund, WAGS.
Admission is FREE. For every 5 lbs of dry dog or cat food donated, you will receive a ticket for Door Prizes.
Nikos Westmoreland, who Co-anchors on First Coast Living, will be the guest speaker and the 21 piece Big Band, Crescendo Amelia will supply the music for dancing.
Nassau Humane Society is holding their first Spring Fashion Show, March 19th at their store in the 8 Flags Shopping Center.
And God said, “I have created this new animal to be a reflection of my love for you, his name will be a reflection of my own name, and you will call him DOG.”
Domestic violence shelters are rarely equipped to accept animals, and sadly many victims stay in abusive homes rather than leave a pet behind to face torture or even death.
Lab mix named Shadow is looking for a Forever Home that matches his friendly, easygoing personality. He’s beautiful and exceptional and still mostly a big puppy.
The Nassau Humane Society is looking to add to their team of volunteers. One area you can help is at our Second Chance store.
Rotary club members learned about the features of the new building and all the services the Humane Society provides to city and county residents.
Volunteer to help ensure the homeless animals in our community receive love and compassion while waiting for their forever homes.
Susan Sellner’s 2015 Pet Calendar proceeds benefit a variety of Nassau County pet resource centers.