Animals at Risk of Euthanasia
Make a Date for an Adoption Experience!
Good News! Our shelter construction has come to an end! Our doors are once again open to the general public!
For a super Adoption Experience, view our pets, and then make an online appointment to come in. By having an appointment, our staff will be able to help you meet specific pets, or help you find the perfect dog or cat to fit your lifestyle and home! Online appointments are easy to schedule, so Make a Date today and let your Adoption Experience begin!
New Pet Care Clinic Services
Beginning Tuesday, August 3, Animal Care's new Pet Care Clinic will offer vaccination packages for pet dogs and cats, as well as spay/neuter services. Preventatives, such as heartworm and flea/tick medications will also be available for sale. Clinic services will be available to Broward County residents BY APPOINTMENT ONLY (no walk-ins)! Payment is by credit/debit only--no cash or checks.
For your convenience, there are 3 appointment options:
2. Phone: 954-357-9567 (for both spay/neuter and vaccination services)
You must be a Broward County resident to attend. All dogs must be on a leash and all cats in carriers!
Animal Care Partners with Libraries
This summer we are partnering with Libraries to help support our shelter dogs and cats. Now through August 21, donations of pet supplies will be accepted at six local libraries. Residents also have the option of donating to us online.
Donations of unopened dry and canned dog or cat food and kitten formula, along with non-clumping cat litter, are needed. Additional pet supplies such as collars and leashes, toys and grooming supplies are also welcome.
Participating library branches include:
•Hollywood Branch, 2600 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood
•Main Library, 100 S Andrews Ave, Fort Lauderdale
•Northwest Regional Library, 3151 N University Dr, Coral Springs
•South Regional/Broward College, 7300 Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines
•Southwest Regional Library, 16835 Sheridan St, Pembroke Pines
•West Regional Library, 8601 W Broward Blvd, Plantation
Found Kittens? Here is What you Should Do!
It's the start of Kitten Season and a shelter is no place for baby kittens! If you
find baby kittens PLEASE LEAVE THEM IN PLACE to see if their Mother is in the area--she is the best caregiver for her babies. If Mom is not around, then please help by
fostering the kittens until they are old enough to be adopted. Animal Care will supply food and medical care for the family. Read all about
Caring for Found Kittens here.