Long Timer Alert at Clay County Animal Care & Control!!
A long timer dog is one that has been at the shelter for awhile. These four have been at the Clay County Animal Care and Control for way too long. Go check them out! Please. 🙂
This handsome guy is Geebs. He’s a shelter favorite and is ready for his forever home. For more information on Geebs visit Friends of Clay County Animals.
Look at good Chocolate sits for the camera. Very photogenic and loves to give kisses. For more information visit Friends of Clay County Animals.
Here’s a beautiful girl, who loves to give wet slobbery kisses. She really needs to find her forever home. Go ahead and go adopt this beauty. For more information on Prissy, visit Friends of Clay County Animals.
Last, but most definitely not least….
Fred is another sweet boy, who is also one of many senior dogs. Senior dogs definitely should not spend their life at a shelter. It takes a special person to adopt a senior, knowing their time with them will be limited. Go be that special person. For more info on Fred, visit Friends of Clay County Animals.
You can help even if you can’t adopt. Here’s how: First thing, go to Friends of Clay County Animals and like their page. Share their page with your facebook friends. There are alot of people who are not even aware there is an animal shelter on 16 in Green Cove Springs. The 2nd thing you can do is to share the picture of the dogs and cats available. You never know, one of your friends may be looking to add to their family. If you know anyone who is missing their dog, direct them to the shelter, maybe their lost baby is there. 3rd thing, check the lost and found section of craigslist and look at the pics of the dogs at the shelter. I saw two missing dogs on CL, and remembered that I saw them at Clay County Animal Shelter. The 4th thing is that maybe you can’t adopt, but could foster?
The shelter information is:
The Clay County Animal Care & Control shelter hours are Tuesday-Friday 10-4 and Saturday 10-3. The address is 3984 SR 16 West Green Cove Springs. The number is 904-529-4733. There is also the Fleming Island off site adoption center which is open Saturday 12-4 and Sunday 12-4. 1809-1 Town Center Blvd. Fleming Island, Fl. Located behind the Sonic.