Jacksonville Animal Shelters

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Jacksonville Animal SheltersCongratulations on your decision to adopt a pet from one of the Jacksonville Animal Shelters. It’s a good decision on your part and you certainly have come to the right place. There are hundreds of fabulous dogs here ready to be adopted. The Jacksonville Animal Shelters includes a network of seven local shelters located throughout the Atlanta area with their locations listed below.

When people start looking for a dog, they frequently go to a pet store or local breeder to buy one. Here’s something you should know … when you adopt a pet from one of the local Jacksonville Animal Shelters, you’re not only getting a wonderful dog but you’re also opening up a spot for another rescue. Another benefit of adopting a dog from one of the Jacksonville Animal Shelters is the incredible variety of dogs you have to choose from. We’re confident you’ll find just the right dog for you and your family.

Jacksonville Animal Shelters

Jacksonville Animal Shelter
8464 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville, FL 32216

The Jacksonville Humane Society was established in 1885 as the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA). In 1920, the SPCA was reorganized as the Humane Society, when then Society President, Flora M. (Genth) Bowden and her husband, Richard Fleming Bowden donated 12 acres of land granted in perpetuity solely for the welfare of animals. The first shelter on this property was opened in 1924 as the Humane Society’s Rest Farm. The Society was renamed the Jacksonville Humane Society, Inc. in 1958, and in 1993 a facility addition increased capacity to approximately 400 animals, all on the original 12 acres of land. In October, 2005, the Society made the transition from an open admission shelter to a limited admission, no kill for space center. JHS would no longer euthanize an animal to make room for another.

Jacksonville Adoptions
PO Box 600878
Jacksonville, FL 32260

We Serve the Following Cities, Towns, and/or Counties: Northeast Florida including Jacksonville, St Augustine, Orange Park, Fernandina Beach/Amelia Island, Lake City/Live Oak, Daytona Beach and Ocala. G.R.E.A.T. Rescue of Ne Florida, Inc. is a 501(c)3 Not for Profit Organization that rescues Golden Retrievers in Northeast Florida. GREAT is affiliated with the Golden Retriever Club of America Rescue Committee, is an all volunteer organization and has been a Purina Pro Plan Rally to Rescue rescue since the inception of this program..

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Jacksonville Animal Shelters

Jacksonville Animal Shelters are an amazing place to pick out a lifelong family companion. They are sure to have your next future dog!

Animal SheltersAfter you choose a dog from one of the Jacksonville Animal Shelters you’ll want to get him trained as soon as possible. To help you in this area, we’ve produced a guide for dog training in Jacksonville. Many new dog owners enroll their dog in group classes sponsored by a local pet store or park. Others prefer to have someone else train their dog and hire a professional dog trainer. While this can be effective it can also be very expensive and cost you several hundreds dollars or more. A large number of dog owners are now training the dog themselves, using affordable online videos to guide them in the training process. This can be a very satisfying experience as you’ll build a bond with your dog during the training process and end up have a special and loving relationship with him. Who and how you want your dog trained is a big decision, so take your time in making it.

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Training Your Dog At Home

Shelter Dog TrainingA very rewarding thing you can do with your new rescue is train your dog at home. It’s less costly and a lot more fun than having someone else train him. And here’s the reality … regardless of who does the initial training, eventually you will be training the dog as he’ll be with him for years and years to come. Our affordable, easy-to-understand online dog training videos will help you in the process.

The Inside Out Basic Obedience Series features Jason Rae and his breakthrough positive training methods which produce fantastic results. These videos cover the how-to in dog training and the psychology of working with dogs. They’ll help you have a better understanding of your dog and your potential relationship with him. Another important series is our Solving Dog Behavior Problems Series, which shows dog owners how they can fix their dog’s behavior problems themselves using positive methods. The videos demonstrate solutions to 20 common dog behavior issues.

Here’s our recommendations … go to one of the Jacksonville Shelters to get your dog and train him yourself using our online videos for guidance. You’ll be glad you did.
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