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Northwood Animal Hospital

*Full-service veterinary clinic which provides emergency veterinary services 24 hours a day *House calls can be arranged by appointment *Disaster services for animals in the event of a natural or man-made disaster *Accepts sick or injured wildlife for St Francis Wildlife Association (call to find out if animal is appropriate for drop off first)

Services: Animal Rescue, Disaster Relief Services, Foster Care/Temporary Shelter for Animals, Neuter/Spay Services, Sick Animal Care, Wildlife Conservation

1881-B N Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

Tallahassee, FL 32303

(850) 385-8181

Paws of Wakulla, Inc

*Low-income seniors who receive Meals on Wheels may also receive food for their pet companions *Trap-Neuter/Spay-Return (TNR) humanely traps feral cats for spaying/neutering and vaccination, then returns to their original home *Low cost spay and neutering vouchers available through Paws and Be the Solution; call for details

Services: Neuter/Spay Services, Pet Food, Volunteer Opportunities

PO Box 1195

Crawfordville, FL 32326

(850) 228-1242

Southeastern Guide Dogs, Inc

*Provides professionally trained guide dogs at no charge to enhance mobility skills for qualified visually impaired persons throughout the Southeastern states *Other services include: Paws for Patriots, Public Service Dogs, Ambassador Dogs, Training classes, Public Adoption, and Additional Services for Program Graduates

Services: Service Animals

4210 77th St East

Palmetto, FL 34221

(941) 729-5665

St Francis Wildlife Association, Inc

*Humane services for sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife with the goal of returning each into its natural habitat *When first found, call St Francis to determine if the animal truly needs to be rescued or left alone *Web-site provides information on handling sick or injured animals; if rescuing/dropping off animal, please put it in a box with air holes, and lined with an old t-shirt *Wild animals or wild birds can be taken to Northwood Animal Hospital anytime 24 hours a day, located at 1881 N Martin Luther King Jr.

Services: Animal Rescue, Sick Animal Care, Volunteer Opportunities, Wildlife Conservation

5580 Salem Rd

Quincy, FL 32352

(850) 627-4151

Suwannee Valley Humane Society

*Volunteer organization that operates the animal shelter in Madison *Fee for adoption includes spaying, neutering, shots, and testing for diseases *Limited space available (no kill) *Survives through donations of money, clothing, and household items

Services: Animal Shelters, Volunteer Opportunities

1156 SE Bisbee Loop

Madison, FL 32340

(850) 971-9904

Tallahassee Big Dog Rescue

*Primarily accepts dogs (and cats) who might otherwise be euthanized from area shelters *Places animals in caring adoptive homes in the Tallahassee area until a permanent home can be found *All animals within the program are neutered or spayed

Services: Animal Rescue, Volunteer Opportunities

PO Box 15571

Tallahassee, FL 32317

(850) 562-3200

Tallahassee-Leon Community Animal Service Center

*Open-door, full service shelter: animal adoption, fostering, lost and found animal reports, transfers to animal welfare organizations, humane education, volunteer opportunities, euthanasia and animal control operations *Under agreement with Refuge House, pets of families entering Refuge House may be kept at center for two weeks at no charge unless they need vaccinations; should stay need to be longer, each case will be assessed individually *Serves only within city limits of Tallahassee; largest animal sheltering and animal rescue organization in Big Bend area with intake of 10,500 animals each year; division of City of Tallahassee Neighborhood and Community Services *Low-cost rabies clinics, low-cost microchip and low-coast ID clinics the first Tuesday of each month *Offers limited supply of free dog food when available

Services: Animal Control, Animal Rescue, Animal Shelters, Foster Care/Temporary Shelter for Animals, Volunteer Opportunities

1125 Easterwood Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32311

(850) 891-2950

Taylor County Animal Control

*Receives calls about lost or stolen pets, abandoned animals, cruelty/neglect animals and aggressive animals *Offers shelter to many pets and adoption services *Call or go to website or facebook for further information

Services: Animal Control, Animal Shelters

302 Maurice Linton Rd

Perry, FL 32347

(850) 838-3525

UF-IFAS, Franklin County Cooperative Extension Service

*Provides information on seafood safety and marketing, coastal issues, and related topics to provide benefits to shellfish harvesters, seafood processors and others engaged in the commercial seafood industry *Up-to-date information about food safety, nutrition and health, human development, parent education, family resource (debt) management *Latest data on natural resources, wildlife conservation, horticulture, forestry and agriculture, *4-H youth development and enrichment, summer camps *Newspaper columns, newsletters, workshops, and seminars

Services: College/University Extension Programs, Consumer Education, Gardening/Landscaping Instruction, Land Conservation, Marine Conservation, Nutrition Education, Parenting Skills Classes, Personal Financial Counseling, Volunteer Opportunities, Wildlife Conservation, Youth Agricultural Programs, Youth Enrichment Programs

33 Market St

Apalachicola, FL 32320

(850) 653-9337

UF-IFAS, Gadsden County Cooperative Extension Service

*Up-to-date information about food safety, nutrition and health, human development, parent education, family resource (debt) management *Latest data on natural resources, wildlife conservation, horticulture, forestry, agriculture, marine industries, coastal issues, and aquaculture *4-H youth development, camps *Newspaper columns, newsletters, phone calls, workshops, and seminars

Services: Camps, College/University Extension Programs, Consumer Education, Gardening/Landscaping Instruction, Land Conservation, Marine Conservation, Nutrition Education, Parenting Skills Classes, Personal Financial Counseling, Volunteer Opportunities, Wildlife Conservation, Youth Agricultural Programs, Youth Enrichment Programs

2140 W Jefferson St

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 875-7255

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