Here's the lowdown on what you'll get by becoming their rescue partner:
No pull fee until September 1st, then it is only $15.00 (covering the microchip)
Animals are UTD on all shots
HW test all and if HW + we treat with Immidicide
All are spayed and/or neutered
They are on revolution monthly
All are chipped
All are licensed
Playgroups for dogs prior to exams
All are medically and behaviorally tested
We have a volunteer of 23 years who grooms the dogs prior to leaving.
Foster homes are full, as are rescues. That's a given. Pinellas tries to go the extra step for their furry residents by keeping Petfinder.com up to date, and they have daily video of their available animals. You can see the videos on YouTube under Pinellas County Animal Services.
Jan Sebald, their adoption coordinator, was involved with FL Aussie Rescue for 19 years, so she's not starting from ground zero. Once a dog goes into adoptions there is no time limit at Pinellas. They do not euthanize for space, with a mission to ensure animal related health, welfare and safety for the citizens and animals of Pinellas County.
Pinellas County Animal Services
12450 Ulmerton Rd