Hurricane Preparedness Check out Rick Yocum’s article in the latest edition of Suncoast Pet.
WASHINGTON, July 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today HelpPetShelters.com announced that it has donated nearly $30,000 to local pet shelters across the country. The accomplishment comes as the campaign wrapped up its successful “Spring Paw-Stars” contest, a March Madness-style photo tournament that featured shelter pets. The winning pet, Graham, a 2-year-old bulldog mix with the Humane Society of … continuing reading
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Please click here to check out this informative article from Pets for Patriots about the Covid-19 pandemic.
Puddles needed our help! written by: Ashley Gillett DVM Puddles was an 8 year old Chihuahua that presented to us on March 3rd with a necrotic (dead, decaying) front right leg as a result of being attacked by another dog the week before. The owner tried to get help for Puddles through other veterinarians but … continuing reading
A chronicle of HSMC COVID-19 community updates.
Monica Morgan: Humane Society of Manatee CountyMeet Monica (and Button). Monica is a Bradenton Area resident, the shelter manager at the @Humane Society of ... continue reading
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It’s easy. To make a gift to the Humane Society of Manatee County, you simply include a provision in your will specifying the type and/ or the amount you would like to give. Your gift can consist of almostanything—money, bank accounts, securities or real estate. Although the provision can be a short paragraph, the language … continuing reading
Founded in 1971 by Gertrude Decker and a courageous group of volunteers dedicated to the humane treatment of animals in Manatee County, the Humane Society of Manatee County first operated as a foster-based organization without a facility. On April 7, 1973, the organization received non-profit 501 (c)(3) status. After many fund-raisers and a couple of … continuing reading