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Humane Society of Broward County is Open…Come Get a Lot of Love for a Little Green!

Fort Lauderdale, FL – The Humane Society of Broward County, like businesses everywhere, is vigilant and closely monitoring all health advisories regarding the coronavirus COVID-19.  Extra cleaning protocols for high-touch areas have been increased, and the shelter has hand sanitizers throughout the building.  While some companies may have employees work remotely, the shelter remains open to take care of the homeless pets and is open for adoptions and other services.

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How to help your pet adapt to living in a warmer climate?

Moving to a warmer climate usually sounds like a great idea. No more cold winters or rainy days, just sunshine and warmth. But, if you are moving with your pet, this idyllic picture might not be a reality just yet. Pets are not usually comfortable with big changes in the climate. After all, they were built to be territorial animals, which is why the change of climate can even have detrimental effects on their health. Therefore, you will need to help your pet adapt to living in a warmer climate if you want them to be alright. And, luckily, we are here to tell you how.

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Blue Martini Fort Lauderdale Presents First-Ever Mom's Night Out on September 18

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.  – South Florida moms take notice – Blue Martini Fort Lauderdale is hosting its first-ever Mom’s Night Out on Wednesday, September 18, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., at The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale. The highly-anticipated free event aims to celebrate moms and give them a chance to let their hair down during a special evening featuring live musical entertainment, giveaways, drink specials and more.  Raffle proceeds will benefit Heart Gallery of Broward County,  a respected nonprofit organization committed to finding loving families for the hardest to place foster children.

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Moving and Bringing Dogs & Cats to Florida

People often underestimate how hard it is to relocate a pet. They think that relocating one is just like relocating a lamp or another inanimate object. Well, we are here to tell you that it is far from it. Especially when it comes to bringing dogs & cats to Florida. In order to do so properly, you need to take care of your pet and make sure that it is safe and healthy. You will need to prepare for your relocation so that your pet is spared from needless moving stress and you will have to help them cope with new surroundings. Luckily, we are here to give you a couple of tips.

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