The Nassau Humane Society will host Parade of Paws on Saturday, December 6 at the Old Railroad Depot in downtown Fernandina Beach.
We will walk to the waterfront and then back to the Green Turtle for a cool drink, fellowship and fun.
Capacity for dogs has increased by 150%, from 25 kennels to 64. The new cattery has additional space in the open cattery for the 40-50 cats in our care
In its five year history, MOW4Pets has delivered more than 60,000 pounds of food to as many as 120 pets weekly.
Tom Becker’s Tribute to John Denver, Back Home Again, benefits Nassau County’s Meals on Wheels for Pets.
The calendar features Fernandina Beach Police Officers and their dogs, most of them rescued from the NHS or other shelters.
We expect over 500 guests from our community to attend Pasta for Paws who are dedicated supporters of animal rescue and adoption.
Shop at Chico’s July 24th and 10% of your purchase gets donated to the Nassau Humane Society. Enjoy a glass of wine, too.
This is a “dog friendly” town, no doubt about it. I’ve often said, “This town likes dogs more than it does kids.”
NHS could not provide the care and love to our shelter animals without the dedication and support from their wonderful volunteers.
Not all pets can qualify for veterinary clinical research. The pet’s condition needs to match the type of research study under way.
For a $100 donation, a brick will be engraved and installed at the new Animal Rescue Center in Nassau County.
For just one day, you can let your dog swim in the BIG heated, public pool at the Atlantic Avenue Recreation Center on Amelia Island.
A program which offers pet therapy visits to Amelia Island care facilities will be holding an orientation meeting on February 13, 2014.
Some seniors with pets go without human food to buy pet food. Meals on Wheels Pets Nassau makes sure there is food for both!