With your help, the Society will continue to serve individuals from around the Clay County, Florida area - raising consciousness to the importance of responsible, compassionate pet ownership. Best of all, we will grow to meet these needs together! There are many ways you can support Clay Humane as we head into our most exciting and ambitious year ever in 2016!
Nearly 4 decades ago we came to you about working together to change the face of animal welfare in Clay County. You may remember some of our many success stories over the years, and it is you, our supporters, that we have to thank for helping make those possible. Read More
On May 7th, Clay Humane hosted its annual Bark After Dark benefit auction at the Winterborne Inn in Orange Park, FL. Guests relived the awesome 1980's with the prom night inspired theme. Event photos and details about this successful event that supported the Society's many invaluable programs. Read More
The bond between people and their pets is undeniable. For hundreds of years domesticated animals have served as companions and as protectors, as playmates and as workers. In Orange Park locally, as many as 70% of area families share their homes with at least one pet, and the need for affordable veterinary services is more important than ever in these tough economic times. People like you, who value the unconditional love and companionship that only a pet can bring, count on Clay Humane to help protect that special bond through many key services.
Prevent a litter and curb pet overpopulation. Contact us for more information about our low cost spay/neutuer services (904) 276-7729.
Help your pet live a long, healthy life. Provide protection for year-round flea, parasite, and heartworm prevention. Schedule your clinic visit today, call (904) 276-7729.
Does your pet have proper ID? Registered microchips reunite pets and owners. Call us about microchipping your pet (904) 276-7729.
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With your contribution, we can continue our animal welfare programs.