St. Augustine Humane SocietySt. Augustine Humane Society
The St. Augustine Humane Society promotes healthy, responsible, lifelong pet ownership by serving the medical and rehabilitative needs of companion animals in our community. Our programs are designed to strengthen human-pet relationships and reduce t... Read more
The St. Augustine Humane Society promotes healthy, responsible, lifelong pet ownership by serving the medical and rehabilitative needs of companion animals in our community. Our programs are designed to strengthen human-pet relationships and reduce the need for pets to enter shelters. Our goal is to ensure all pets have access to quality veterinary care, prevent overpopulation, and prevent animal suffering.
The St. Augustine Humane Society is committed to providing resources that strengthen lifelong human/animal bonds in our community. We strive to eliminate the need for families to relinquish their pets to shelters, enabling pets to live happily and healthfully in their homes.
We address issues pet owners face when struggling to maintain the health of their household pets, including the inability to afford pet food, veterinarian fees, overpopulation due to unsterilized animals, behavioral problems, and a lack of education regarding the complexities of pet ownership.
Our goal is to eliminate the need for families to relinquish their pets to shelters, enabling pets to live happy, healthy lives in their loving homes.
The Humane Society is a family, everyone helps each other out. With people skills, the rest comes easily as they train new volunteers by shadowing and mentoring. It is very gratifying to be able to help not only the wonderful pets, but also to be able to teach the community how to care for and more importantly, to keep their pets. They help anyone from the people who can afford the low prices, but choose the Humane Society for their quality vet services, but also those who cannot even afford a $5 a month pill or food for their pets.
It is the greatest thing I've done in my life in helping others. As a result, I get the satisfaction of helping and caring.
This is a very important organization. They provide reduced cost medical care for your pets and even provide free food for pets that would go hungry without them. I volunteer every week in the veterinary clinic and every week I leave with a great feeling knowing that I have helped a pet and their owner.