With summer knocking on our door, the Fernandina Beach Police Department reminds beachgoers of proper beach behavior.
Support your four legged friends. Come shop the Nassau Humane Society’s Flea and Tick Sale.
A Benefit for Meals on Wheels for Pets features a Chili Dinner and Irish music, Friday, February 10, in Fernandina Beach.
This new shop in Fernandina Beach will feature gently used items, benefiting the Nassau Humane Society.
Nassau Humane Society will host the 12th Annual Parade for Paws on Saturday, December 3rd
This Seventh Annual event includes live music by Frankie’s Jazz Jam, a huge silent auction, and of course a spaghetti dinner!
Our furry or hairy friends don’t ask much…water, some food, a little bit of love and attention and life is good, until petfood companies screw it up.
R.A.I.N. Resale Store next to Harris Teeter is looking for donations and volunteers in its effort to support the animals in Nassau County, Florida
Each ticket represents a tennis ball which will be thrown into the pool. Katy, a golden retriever, will dive in to retrieve balls.
The one mile walk to downtown Fernandina Beach and back begins at 9:15AM. Each dog receives a goodie bag and Bark for Life bandana!
The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein is about a dog named Enzo with an unusual look at human life.
“Why did the chicken cross the road? To get a fast food breakfast biscuit, of course!”
If you needed proof how much we love our pets here on Amelia Island, the evidence was clear during last Saturday “Taste of the Blues” event on Main Beach.
This Country Western Dance is calling to all Cowboys and Cowgirls for a howling good time in support of the Nassau Humane Society.
Pet owners are starting to make their own homegrown raw foods as they realize that store bought formulas are killing their pets.