For after hours emergency care please call:
Allied Veterinary Emergency Hospital (850) 222-0123
Northwood Animal Hospital (850)385-8181
Capital Veterinary Services Urgent Care (850) 597-9764
As the only fully staffed emergency vet hospital in Leon County, Allied Veterinary Emergency Hospital is Tallahassee's first choice for emergency pet care. The veterinarians and team at Allied have been counted on since 1992 to be there for you and your pets when the unexpected happens.
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True to its mission of leading the veterinary profession and public in understanding heartworm disease, the American Heartworm Society aims to further scientific progress in the study of heartworm disease, while informing its membership of new developments. The Society currently invests hundreds of thousands of dollars a year in heartworm research, both directly and through grants to the Mark Morris Foundation.
Formed in 1960, LCHS has since been dedicated to matching families with homeless pets and educating the community about responsible pet ownership, including spaying and neutering. Each year, LCHS adopts out nearly 500 pets and provides spay/neuter assistance for many more. Our dedicated Board of Directors, advisors, staff, and over 600 volunteers work tirelessly to socialize and provide companionship to all of our animals.
Whether you're go to see cute photos of available animals or learn more about adopting a pet from the Tallahassee-Leon Community Animal Service Center, this is the place to go!
After an earlier attempt by others several years prior to form a Humane Society here in our community had failed, the present Bainbridge-Decatur County Humane Society was formed in the summer of 2002 with a handful of people, many of whom are still involved.
The Citizens for Humane Animal Treatment of Wakulla, Inc., known as CHAT of Wakulla is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, charitable corporation committed to improving the health, safety, and well-being of domesticated animals. We are a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Our Articles of Incorporation were filed on August 8, 2001. Our roots are in the former Wakulla Humane Society, an organization that had been active for over 30 years.
St. Francis Wildlife,
a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, was founded in 1978 to provide humane care
and rehabilitation for orphaned, injured and sick wildlife in North Florida and
public education for our community.
Where North Florida's history, nature, and wildlife intersect.