- 10:48 am Friday, April 28th, 2017 by Phoebe
This is miss Carly! She’s Phoebe’s Pup of the Week from Humane Society of Pinellas! This shepherd mix is very sweet, full of energy and ready to keep you smiling with her goofy puppy antics.
Carly is ready to go home with her new forever family! Meet her this weekend at HSP! Get info at humanesocietyofpinellas.org or call 727-797-7722!
- 1:11 pm Friday, April 21st, 2017 by Phoebe
Look at those big ‘ol ears! Introducing Kiwi! This adorable American Pitbull Terrier is a gentle, playful girl. Kiwi enjoys making new friends and playing with other dogs! She is currently hanging out in her comfy foster home with her foster family. She’d still love to meet you! To make arrangements for a visit, contact Foster@HumanePinellas.org!
Meet more furry friends looking for forever homes at HumaneSocietyofPinellas.org or call 727-797-7722!
& don’t forget you can bring your pups out to Bark at The Ballpark TONIGHT!
- 12:23 pm Tuesday, January 31st, 2017 by Phoebe
YOU GUYS. Today, we got an extra little treat. Our friends from at HSP brought Roxy to say hi. She’s a 9 week old shepherd mix that is available for adoption this Saturday at Humane Society of Pinellas’ Pet Fest! She is one of over 30 puppies that will be there that day looking for her new family!
Want to adopt her? Here’s how!
Get to Pet Fest EARLY – here’s all of the info!
Be ready to take her home with you!
Feel free to check out humanesocietyofpinellas.org or call 727-797-7722 for more info!
Now, enjoy this pics of Roxy making everyone fall in [More]
- 10:22 am Friday, January 6th, 2017 by Phoebe
Our first Pup of the Week from HSP for 2017 is Daisy Susan! She is a 1 ½ year old hound mix who likes to meet new people and will even offer a “hand shake” as a greeting. She is very sweet, social and eager to find her new family.
Thinking about adding a furry family member this year? Go meet her and see if she’s a fit! Check out HumaneSocietyofPinellas.Org or call 727-797-7722 for info!
- 9:48 pm Monday, December 19th, 2016 by DJ Ekin
Well the judge in this case ain’t gonna get any extra points with dog lovers out there. In his ruling in a custody dispute he ruled that “dogs” are property and not kids …uhhh oh! More details here
- 1:02 pm Wednesday, December 14th, 2016 by Phoebe
Meet: Tyler! He’s a 5 year old lab mix (and he looks like he may have greyhound in him…).
He was brought to Florida from North Carolina and he is ready to meet his new family! He is well mannered and LOVES treats!
Go meet him this week at Humane Society of Pinellas! Call 727-797-7722 for more info!
- 11:40 am Wednesday, November 16th, 2016 by Phoebe
Our dogs are a part of our Family. Ribbie and Piper are always with us on Thanksgiving. They are also always asking for some of the delicious food that they have smelled all day. Even though it’s very tempting to feed your dogs a Thanksgiving meal of their own, try not to. Here’s a list of things that you should and shouldn’t feed your dog this Holiday Season!
mashed potatos (hold the butter or sour cream)
Anything with onions!
Stuffing with seasoning
Dinner rolls (unless you are okay with your dog being gassy)
Desserts… and obviously chocolate!
Turkey – unless it’s a small, unseasoned [More]
- 2:49 pm Thursday, August 11th, 2016 by Chase
- 7:12 am Thursday, July 14th, 2016 by Phoebe
Pokemon is not just getting people out of the house, it’s getting them more exercise as they walk around to catch ’em all! An Indiana Animal Shelter wants to take full advantage of your new found love of walking and going on adventures!
Afterall, you are being warned to use the “buddy system” when playing 🙂 This sounds BRILLIANT to me!
- 8:18 am Friday, July 1st, 2016 by Holly
My dog goes BANANAS around the 4th of July, and I feel so bad for her! The slightest hint of a firecracker and she’s shaking like a leaf, trying to find something to hide beneath.
You know if your pet has anxiety, a holiday like Independence Day can be tricky to manage. Here’s a few tips on how to prepare as a pet parent:
1. Be sure your pet is wearing an up-to-date and visible ID tag on his or her collar at all times
2. Take a current photo of your dog, just in case
3. Exercise your dog early in the day [More]