Humane Society of Broward County Jobs
As a part of Back in Black campaign, Best Friends Animal Society surfed the internet for some fun reasons to adopt a black dog or cat. Here is their "Top 10" list:
Wrapping her arms around a huge, blonde Labrador, Dr. Missy Weaver, the energetic veterinarian at the Humane Society of South Coastal Georgia, smiles as she inserts a microchip into his furry neck. Surrounded by volunteers and staff members, she joins them in working the quarterly Saturday clinic, where the facility offers rabies vaccinations and micro-chipping for area animals. The shelter, nestled under ancient oaks on Highway 17 in Brunswick, exudes an energy and upbeat feel that makes it truly a joy to visit.
Sometimes the difference between a dog looking for a home and a dog happily adopted into a home is a simple haircut. HSSCG often takes in strays or owner surrenders who have been abandoned or neglected for an extended period of time. Their exterior does not always reflect the love and personality that's on the inside. With the help of Paisley Magazine and the grooming services at Pet Exchange we demonstrate what a difference it can make.
UPDATE: Zena's story was recently picked up by the Brunswick News including updates on Zena's progress. To read the cover story click here and then here to continue!
Glynn County Animal Control (GCAC)recently teamed up with the Humane Society of South Coastal Georgia (HSSCG) to make a life changing difference for a special needs Glynn County stray puppy named Zena (The Warrior Princess!). On May 28, 2014 Animal Control Officer Jennifer Walrath was called to pick up a stray, Zena. Walrath instantly saw that the puppy had been injured and needed immediate vet care.