After having a home my entire life, my owner decided she no longer had time to take care of me.
Happy girl, that’s the best way to describe me! My name is Mya (ID 641684) and I’m just 2 years old.
Do you have room in your home and heart for Nitro (ID 640986)? This handsome fellow is just 2 years old and 48 pounds of love.
Three-year-old brothers Nacho and Pancho are eager to find a home where they can stay together.
Big kitty Ricky (ID 647744) is also looking for a forever home.
Looking for a sweet fellow to be part of your family?
After having a home for six years, Roxi’s (ID i645666) family moved and could not take her along.
Adorable, sweet Roxie (ID 624084) wants to be part of your family.
Fun-loving Roxy (ID 644707) came to the Humane Society of Broward County as a stray, so we don’t know a lot about her.
If you’re looking for a fun-loving canine friend, I hope you’ll pick me.
Rudy (ID A647070) wants to be the life of the party!
If you’re looking for a fabulous dog to be part of your family, look no further, I’m the fellow for you.
After having a home for five years, my owners got divorced and no one wanted me in the end.
Splish, splash – Sheba is a 2-year-old gal (ID 648539) who loves water and will probably love baths!
Handsome Sheldon (ID 644322) is a 6-year-young, 11-pound fellow who is mellow, social and loves getting attention from people.
If you prefer a feline friend, Slim Shady (ID 637838) needs a new family to love and a diet to start the new year.
Hi everyone, I’m Stan (ID 639517) the Man. I’m 4 years old and 64 pounds of fun.
Sweet Star (ID 639687) was given up by her owner because he lost his home and had nowhere to live with his beloved kitty.
I'm Tyson. My family lost their home and now I need to find another family to love. I'm good with kids, but I'm selective about my doggie friends, so a meet and greet would be recommended. A feline-free home would be best for me, since I like to chase them. I'm potty-trained and ready to find some fun folks who will love me forever.
Six-year-old Van Pelt (A666492) and 1-year-old Snoopy (in the back) are two of the 16 dogs the Humane Society of Broward County received from a recent hoarding case.
If you’re looking to make a difference in the life of a homeless pet who really wants a chance to be part of a family, stop by the Humane Society of Broward County and meet Waylon (ID 636017).
Feb. 28 marked World Spay Day and both the Humane Society of Broward County (HSBC), a private non-profit organization, and Animal Care Division (ACD), a separate government run agency, participated jointly in this year’s event.
The NCAA March Madness tournament may be over, but you’ll score big when you adopt at the Humane Society of Broward County’s “Underdog Madness” event on April 14–16.
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