North County Humane Society
Rating: 5 stars 1 review
Location: P.O. Box 1843 Jupiter FL 33468 USA
Safe Harbor''s mission is to alleviate the suffering of animals through education, intervention and sterilization. Since 1985 Safe Harbor has been an advocate for the voiceless in Palm Beach and neighboring counties. We believe that animals are a gift, not a cheap commodity and should be treated with love and respect. Safe Harbor operates a no-kill shelter for dogs and cats, a full service state-of-the-art veterinary hospital open to the public, behavioral consultations and dog training open to the public as well as a volunteer program.
Programs: Safe Harbor employs three of the area's finest, most compassionate veterinarians. Their outstanding credentials have made this one of the most respected animal hospitals in the region. Safe Harbor maintains an adoption center for animals that have been abused, neglected or abandoned. Safe Harbor provides humane education in schools, clubs and civic organizations, dog obedience and therapy dog training and an excellent boarding facility open to the public as well as an active volunteer program.
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I think Safe Harbor does an excellent job! My dog is a 13 year old Yellow Lab that I adopted from Safe Harbor when he was 10 years old. I take him to the Safe Harbor clinic for all his medical needs and I think that they do an excellent job. They have diagnosed him correctly for some serious problems that he has encountered, referred me to specialists when needed and I support them because they do an excellent job. I find the staff to be attentive even though the front desk is often multitasking at a pace that I would find daunting. Good job, Safe Harbor!
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