HSSLC Pet of the Month March Opie

May 2022 Featured Pet of the Month

Since you’re reading this, you must be looking for a new best friend – and hey, so am I. I’m going to love you no matter your age or what you look like, but in case those things matter to you, I am 8 years old and that’s me in the picture! I am a chow mix and about 80 pounds.

Skye, our featured pet at the HSSLC

Featured Pet of the Month

I am a 2–5-year-old female Lab mix. I am going to do my very best to always please you. I will love you and be your fur-ever best friend. I love attention and will sunbathe while you pet me all day. I love getting treats for my antics, but just making you happy is treat enough for me.

February 2022

Get ready to fall in love!
Casper is a truly amazing senior dog who is looking for his forever home. He is estimated to be about 8 years old and is one of our longest residents. He is a very well-rounded dog who loves everyone he meets. He has mastered sitting on command and walks well on a leash. Come meet him this week! He loves you already and he hasn’t even met you yet!

Jack, adopted at the HSSLC

August 2021 Featured Pet of the Month

Hi my name is Jack! I am estimated to be between 2 and 5 years old. I am an American Staffordshire Terrier Mix. I have been living at the Humane Society of St. Lucie County for almost a year now. My family gave up on me in September 2020. A request to my future family: I would really love a mini dog pool, I loooove the water. Could you please play fetch with me? It’s my favorite. I can’t wait to love on you and for all the hugs. I want all the attention I can get so I would prefer a home with no other animals. I also am a pretty big boy so I prefer older children in the home.

August 2021 Featured Foster Pet of the Month

Hi everyone! My name is Lego. I am currently living in a foster home. I have been in and out of the shelter my entire life. Each time I was returned I was more heartbroken, I didn’t understand why I was brought back. The family that adopted me just couldn’t find time for me. My other family decided to move to a new home that didn’t allow dogs. I have been let down so many times and had started to lose hope, that’s when my shelter family decided to find me a foster home.