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The Pet Resource Center is the first stop to find a new or lost pet, report animal emergencies, or find care for your pets. Whether you’re a dog lover, a feline fanatic, or have a concern about animals in your neighborhood, we’re here to help.
July is Disability Awareness Month, set aside as a time to highlight the services that are available to people with disabilities and identify ways to help them remain independent by creating opportunities for inclusion. Many people with disabilities have service animals that enhance their...
Pets can’t speak. We can give them a voice. Whether it's us responding to reports of cruelty and neglect, or you volunteering and fostering, when we advocate for animals together, we can improve their lives.
Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Examples of such work or tasks include guiding people who are blind, alerting people who are deaf, pulling a wheelchair, alerting and protecting a person who is having a...
Since 1988, Hillsborough County has purchased more than 61,000 acres that are now in public ownership. Management responsibilities include prescribed burning, invasive species control, wildlife inventory, and habitat improvements for endangered and threatened species of plants and animals.
The Pet Resource Center is the only "open-admission" facility in the County. We accept domestic animals regardless of breed, size or medical condition. Visit our center or search online to view hundreds of adoptable animals. Services we offer: Pet adoptions Turn-ins Pet...