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Free Sterilization for Pit Bulls and Pit Mixes Offered
Flagler County, in partnership with the Flagler Humane Society, is offering free sterilizations, microchips, and rabies vaccinations for pit bull and pit bull mix dogs in Flagler County, thanks to an $83,000 Targeted Spay/Neuter Grant from PetSmart Charities.
The Flagler Humane Society will begin offering the free spay/neuter services on January 7, 2013. Interested Flagler County residents should contact FHS at 386.445.1814.
“The County is always eager to partner obtaining funding which benefits our community and this grant will assist in addressing pet overpopulation,” said Nate McLaughlin, Flagler County Commission Chair.
Pit bulls and pit mixes make up approximately 60 percent of the dogs housed at Flagler Humane Society’s shelter even though they represent less than 10 percent of total dogs in the county. According to Diane Voigt, FHS Board President, pits are a problem because they are difficult to place in homes. “This is a really good program and one that will end when the grant monies run out,” says Voigt. “We really want to see pet owners in Flagler take advantage of these free spay/neuter surgeries.”
FHS will continue to offer subsidized spay/neuters, funded through public donations, to Flagler County residents who own other types of dogs and/or cats.
Flagler County Humane Society
1 Shelter Drive
Palm Coast, FL 32137
(386) 445-1814
Visit the Flagler Humane Society on the first Saturday of every month for our low cost wellness clinic. There’s no appointment necessary to keep your pets healthy and safe!
    Flagler County Pet Friendly Parks;
    • Washington Oaks Gardens State Park
                  6400 N. Oceanshore Blvd.
                  8 a.m. to sundown 
    • James F. Holland Dog Park
                  18 Florida Park Dr. 
                  Palm Coast
                  sunup to sundown
                     fenced/water/small and large dogs separated
    • Wadsworth Dog Park
                  2200 Moody Blvd. 
                     Flagler Beach
                  sunup to sundown
                  fenced/water/small and large dogs separated
    • Flagler Beach-leashed pets are permitted on all beaches in unincorporated Flagler County. Pets are not permitted on Flagler Beach between the intersections of North 10th St and S.R. A1A and South 10th St. and A1A
    Did You Know?............................
    • Any marking on your horse’s forehead is referred to as a star, even if the shape looks nothing like a star.
    • Like some other animals, guinea pigs cannot produce their own vitamin C. Therefore, this essential vitamin must be given through dietary supplementation to ensure continued health
    • The most popular dog names in New York City were Max, followed by Lucky, Princess, Rocky and Buddy, although only registered dogs contribute to these dog name statistics, and only about 20% of dogs are considered to be officially registered in New York City.
    • Purchase a Florida "Animal Friend" License Plate and all sales from the plate support organizations across Florida that offer low or no-cost spay and neuter services...........Go Florida!!! (add $37.00 to standard renewal fee when plate is purchased for the first time)
    • Cats are able to hear ultrasonic sounds that humans cannot hear. This means they can hear rodents communicating with each other
    • Tip of the Day: Consider fostering or adopting a senior animal. Older dogs and cats are often the last to be adopted and the first to be euthanized. Saving an animals life offers an unparalled emotional return on your investment, and you'll feel the love and gratitude every day. Save a life. Adopt
    • The tallest dogs are the Great Dane and the Irish Wolfhound
    •  People with more than one dog shouldn't try to treat them all as equals. 
                  Because pack position is important to a dog, this only encourages jealousy
                  Cats are North America’s most popular pets: there are 73 million cats compared to
                  63 million dogs. Over 30% of households in North America own a cat
    Homemade Doggie Ice Cream
    Three 6-oz Containers of Plain Yogurt
    1/2 Cup Peanut Butter (low sodium)
    One 4-oz Jar Banana Baby Food
    One Tablespoon of Honey-Mix Well
    Pour Into Dixie Cups
    Place Dog Bone in Mixture
    Once Frozen Peel Away Paper and serve
     Savory Cat Cheese Treats
    • 3/4 cup white flour
    • 3/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese
    • 5 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese
    • 1/4 cup plain yogurt or sour cream
    • 1/4 cup cornmeal
    Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Combine cheeses and yogurt. Add flour and cornmeal. If needed, add a small amount of water to create a nice dough. Knead dough into a ball and roll to 1/4 inch. Cut into one inch sized pieces and place on greased cookie sheet. Bake for 25 minutes. Makes 2 dozen.
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