January 2023 Cat of the Month Hi, I’m Betsy! I love to hang out! Meet Betsy Betsy is approximately 3 years old and is a domestic shorthair tabby. Fun Facts…
January 2023 Pet of the Month Hi, I’m Seymour! I love to smile! Meet Seymour Hi, I’m Seymour! I am a 1-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier. As a puppy, I arrived…
Hi, I’m Shadow! I am a 6-year-old Bull Terrier Mix. My original owner fell on hard times and could no longer afford to keep me. Despite how sad that made my dad he knew that the HSSLC would help find me a new home with all the toys I could imagine. Despite my age, I am still very playful.
Sierra is approximately 10 years old and is a domestic shorthair tabby. Looking for a cat that will help keep your house as clean as you do, Sierra is the girl for you. Come visit Sierra at our shelter!
Izzy, a cat who is a total love bug, is approximately 3 years old and is a polydactyl cat. A polydactyl cat is a cat that was born with more than the normal number of toes.
Hi, I’m Red! I am a 3-year-old Hound Mix. I love all toys, but especially Nyla Bones. My original owner got very sick and could no longer care for me, so I was taken in by the Humane Society of St. Lucie County. Despite, my young age, I am quite the couch potato. I am the perfect mix, lazy, but slightly playful.
So Mischief is a special boy. Not many people ask to meet him because he barks when you walk by his kennel. However, outside of his kennel he is completely different. He would sit in your lap if he could. Mischief absolutely LOVES water. The hose, the pool, a bowl, anything with water he is obsessed with. He would prefer to be your one and only. He knows his basic commands as well.
Maximus is approximately 10 years old. His previous family was moving and unfortunately had to give up Maximus in the transition. Don’t let me age fool you. I will be the first one to greet you when you come to visit and I crave all the attention I can get.
Bringing home a newborn baby is a whole new adventure for you and your family. There will be so many “firsts” in the years to come and lots of people waiting to meet your little one. But what about your dog meeting the baby for the first time? Introducing your dog to your newborn is a careful process that can start a beautiful lifelong bond. Here are some suggestions on how to navigate this first meeting, making it safe for you, your baby, and your pup.
Diamond is a 12 year old American Staffordshire Terrier Mix. She loves all toys but especially anything that squeaks. Her original family had to move and couldn’t take her with them so she ended up at our animal shelter and has been with us for almost the past year. Diamond likes to explore and her favorite thing is butt scratches. She is the perfect mix, cuddly, lazy, and slightly playful.