The Flagler Humane Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the welfare of animals. Our primary purposes are the prevention of cruelty to animals, the relief of suffering among animals and the promoting of humane education. In fulfilling the above purposes, it is the policy of the Humane Society to provide humane care and treatment for all animals entrusted to our care; to reunite lost pets and their owners; to humanely euthanize those animals that are neither returned to their owner nor adopted; and to offer education programs for children and adults alike.
The original shelter opened in 1982 and was staffed entirely by volunteers. Today it still relies heavily on generous volunteers.
The shelter received 3400 animals in 2003. Unfortunately as Flagler County grows, so does the number of abandoned, neglected and abused animals. The Flagler Humane Society is the only animal shelter in Flagler County.
On the average, approximately 35% of our animals are adopted into loving homes, 10 to 15% are returned to their original owners, and 50% are painlessly put to sleep by intravenous injection.
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Flagler County Humane Society Location
Below is a map for Flagler County Humane Society, please call for specific directions.
***Note: PO Boxes will not show correctly on the map below.