Lebbil (Cat) and Nova (Dog) are looking for a new home. Can you open up your heart and home to them?

Adorable and sweet, that is the best way to describe Lebbil (ID 567503).  This handsome fellow is a 3 year young, long-haired fellow who is also a Hemmingway which means he has extra toes on his front feet.  Sadly the landlord said “no pets” so now Lebbil has to find another family to love…could it be you?  He gets along with other pets and likes kids 5 and up. 

After having a family for 10 years, Nova (ID 567577) now is in search of a new home.  This fellow is a 56 pound Labrador retriever mix who gets along with people of all ages and other pets.  Nova is described as being very calm and extremely loving.  He is a big cuddle bug who likes to play fetch.  Can you open up your heart and home to him?


When you adopt from the Humane Society of Broward County all pets are spayed or neutered before going home.  In addition they receive preliminary vaccinations, heart worm test for dogs over seven months, feline leukemia test for cats, a limited 10 day health care plan courtesy of VCA Animal Hospital, a bag of Purina ONE food and more.  The adoption fee for dogs over six months is $100 and felines over six months are $30.  For more information call the shelter today at 954-989-3977 ext 6.  The Humane Society of Broward County is located at 2070 Griffin Road, just a block west of I-95 and opens daily at 10:30 a.m.  To see who else needs a home visit


5 Ways to Keep Pets Healthy Through the Holidays

As winter edges closer on the calendar, it means the holidays will soon be here as well. Many people will loosen their belt, get comfortable, eat more, and be merry. While people realize they may gain 10 pounds during the holidays because of these seasonal habits, if they do the same with their pets it can lead to long-lasting health problems. Especially during the holidays, it’s a good time to take steps toward helping to keep pets healthy.


Traveling with your Pet? Here are 5 Tips to Consider Before Hitting the Road!

1.Plan ahead for road trip bliss

Travel, especially in the car, is stressful for many pets, who can become easily confused and frightened in the pooch caboose. This means you, at the wheel, spend your time being both pet parent and taxi driver, dividing your focus between the road and your fur baby… an accident waiting to happen. To prevent any faux-paws, here are a few ways to calm frightened pets on a road trip:

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