Aug 19

We need lawnmowers!

lawnmowerDo you have a working push-mower you are not using? We are in need of a couple of push-mowers to help us keep the grounds maintained. Both of our mowers have been used to the point of non-repair. If you have a WORKING lawn mower you can donate to the effort, we would greatly appreciate it! Donations can be dropped off Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 12-4pm.

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Aug 09

Do you want to promote your business while helping the Humane Society of Pasco?

gift certificateAre you a business owner with a passion to help? The Humane Society of Pasco is participating in a silent auction on September 24,2016 from 4-7pm at he the Homeward Suites by Hilton (11115 US 19 N, Port Richey). We are in desperate need for business owners to step up and offer either product or gift certificates for us to auction. If you own a restaurant, a gift shop, auto repair, salon and so on, we need you. If you are in business, someone needs your service and we welcome your contribution. We will be listing all participants on our website with your contact information as our way of acknowledging your gift. Interested? Please email us your contact information to and we will have a member of our management team reach out to you. If you prefer? stop by Homeward Suites ( 11115 US-19, Port Richey, FL 34668 Phone: (727) 819-1000 ) and speak with Lisa Brill (Sales Manager). Of course you are always welcome to stop by the shelter Thursday, Friday or Saturday from 12-4pm! Help us make this charity event a huge success!

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Jul 30

We are in desperate need of CAN DOG FOOD and DRY CAT FOOD!

friskies5dog food We are in desperate need of canned dog food (any brand is welcome) and dry cat food! If you can help us, please drop off your donations Thursday, Friday or Saturday from 12-4PM! Thank you.

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Jun 30

Cat Loving Volunteers Needed!

volunteerswantedCalling all CAT LOVERS! We are bursting at the seams with cats and kittens who require care. If you LOVE cats and can pitch in to help, we would LOVE to talk to you. We need help with cleaning and general care of our ever increasing feline population. Stop in and talk with us. We are open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 12-4 pm. (Volunteers are needed however 7 days a week!)

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Jun 25

Cat and Kitten Food NEEDED!

Cat foodWe are in dire need of adult cat and kitten food. We need both dry and canned. Litter and Milk Replacer Kitten Formula is also needed. If you are in a position to help us, we would greatly appreciate it! Donations can be made in person Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 12-4pm at the shelter. Financial donations can be securely made via PayPal.

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May 25

LOST your PET? Don’t give up. Here is a great starting point…


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May 17

Please help the PCSO bring Joe’s killer to justice…

Pasco Sheriff's deputies are asking for the public's help in locating a suspect who allegedly tossed a dog out of a moving van early this morning near the intersection of Orchid Lake Road and Floral View Way in New Port Richey. The suspect/driver is described as a large, heavy set female, approximately 45 years of age, with blonde hair pulled back into a pony tail, and wearing glasses. The van is a white or grey color minivan, unknown make and model. Preliminary information indicates the dog suffered a broken pelvis. The mix-breed dog is now in the possession of county Animal Services. Anyone who has any information about the suspect or incident is asked to call the Sheriff's Office Tips Line at 800-706-2488.
Case # 16-18898
(Reprint from ) (Joe did not survive attempts to save his life. Please contact the Sheriff's Department with any information to help them bring the person responsible for this horrendous act to justice. )    

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May 09

A new life for an old goat…..

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Many of you have asked, "Where is Betty"?  Not to worry. Betty is fine. She has been relocated to a wildlife sanctuary to live out the remainder of her years in the accompaniment of yet another old goat! After much consideration, we felt it was in Betty's best interest to be relocated where she could not only get personalize care Betty1framebut also spend her days in the accompaniment of another goat. We miss her terribly but know she is going to get the love and attention she needs in her new home. Enjoy your new life, Betty!

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May 07

Make a difference in the life of a shelter pet. Volunteer.

We need YOU! Stop by and talk to us during regular shelter hours to discuss various volunteer opportunities! (All volunteers must be at least 16 years of age) volunteer

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May 06

Pardon our Paws!

We are in the process of updating our website. As a result, you may see paw tracks and loose fur here and there. Not to be concerned. We will have it all pulled together at the end. In the meantime, all the vital functions are still here. You can find "Available Pets" and still have the ability to "DONATE"! As always, we thank you for your continued support. Your friends at the Humane Society of Pasco paw prints

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