Help Us Build A More Humane Future
Clay Humane growing into 2016!
We are gearing up for another amazing year – one that will surely be our most exciting and most challenging to date. The recent acquisition of the neighboring property has allowed us the opportunity to grow… to improve upon our popular low cost services, to expand our wildlife rehabilitation efforts, and to continue to lead the way in the battles against pet overpopulation and animal cruelty. Learn More >>>
Donate A Bag Of Pet Food
Annual pet food drive benefits many local pets
Please consider donating a bag of pet food! Participating supermarkets have kindly agreed to place our donation boxes in their stores. Several schools are participating by decorating the donation boxes and collecting pet food items as their way of taking part in helping the animals this holiday season. Learn More >>>
Dr. Lauren Blackwelder featured
Finding FURever homes for local pets.
See more videos featuring Clay Humane vets.
Microchips Can Save Lives
Lost dog from Texas travels 900 miles and ends up
at Clay Humane in Orange Park
The 11-month-old pup is from a home just North of Houston, but went missing last week. Her owner, Matt Turner, desperately searched for her, putting her picture out on social media and peppering the neighborhood with flyers. First Coast News follows the story >>>
Are You A Member?
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. 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.
Clay Humane is one of our area’s oldest and most proactive animal welfare organizations, motivated by one goal – fostering humane attitudes in our communities and, in turn, ending the needless euthanasia of healthy animals in our shelters. READ MORE >>>
FREE cat sterilizations!
Just make an appointment at our veterinary clinic–it is that easy! CALL NOW: (904) 276-7729.
Want to help continue and promote this worthwhile cat program? Then please consider making a donation to SPAY IT FORWARD! The Clay Humane cat sterilization program. YOU can pass it on by donating to spay and neuter a community or feral cat to help in the fight against pet overpopulation.
The initiative is aimed at lowering animal intake in Clay County Florida area shelters thus reducing euthanasia in companion animals. Thirty-five percent of cats in U.S. households are not spayed or neutered, yet the procedure is one of the most effective ways to reduce the homeless pet population! Help us stop pet overpopulation. Read More >>>
"Ask The Vet"
Dr. Christian Broadhurst featured
What is demodex?
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Clay Humane Events
- Going On Now
Annual Pet Food Drive - Can you donate a bag?
Many local drop-off locations Find out more
- December 17, 2015 • Pizza Hut Charity Night
Order a pizza from area Pizza Huts on December 17th and help Clay Humane.
A portion of the proceeds go directly to benefit the Humane Society. Find out details now >>>
- December 19 & 20th • VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Enthusiastic volunteers needed to collect donations during our holiday roadside solicitation event!
Call the clinic now: (904) 276-7729
- CLAY HUMANE NEWS & PR >>>
Clay Humane of Orange Park, Florida, is a private non-profit animal welfare organization. This low-cost, veterinary clinic was established in 1978. Clay Humane is the areas first non-profit animal clinic where spay/neuter surgery and other veterinary care is offered at substantially reduced rates.Clay Humane offers the following services:
- Spay/Neuter Services
- Humane Education
- Wildlife Protection
- Pet Behavioral Counseling
- Pet Therapy
- Disaster Animal Response Team
The purpose of Clay Humane is the prevention of cruelty to animals, the relief of suffering among animals, and the extension of humane education. We are a non-profit, animal welfare organization that must rely on grants, donations and fundraisers to continue to serve the community. DONATE NOW. Throughout the year we have many activities such as vaccination clinics, pet photos, membership drives, county fairs and festivals. We encourage you to support our events. These activities help make it possible to achieve our goals.