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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: The Tri County Animal Rescue for the prevention of cruelty to animals believes that animals, as living creatures, have value beyond economic measurements, and are entitled to legal, moral, and ethical consideration and protection. Our mission is to act as an advocate on behalf of the animals and as enforcer of their rights.To provide for the well being of our community's animals who are abandoned, injured, or subject to unfair or cruel treatment, or are otherwise in need. To cultivate awareness in the people of our community of the animals whose world we share. To promote a bond of mutual assistance between people and animals and instill mutual respect for and appreciation of all living things.

Results: Since our inception, we have found permanent, loving homes for 53,000 animals.

Target demographics: animals in need

Direct beneficiaries per year: 2104 animals from euthanasia

Geographic areas served: South Florida and Beyond

Programs: Shelter, adoption, medical treatment for sick and injured animals, spay and neuter, educate the public.

Community Stories

56 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Volunteer

Rating: 5

i'm so thrilled to welcome tri county as my new go to volunteer spot. i love being able to come walk dogs on my own time. nobody tells me when to come, i stop by and help when i can and it makes me so free. i've volunteered with tri-county for 10 years now and i couldn't choose another place to give my time. their so sweet and friendly. i will forever recommend and stand behind tri county.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

i have worked at plenty of animal shelters in my life. animals were always my top priority. when i started working at tchs i was in shock at how well the place is run. they do whatever they can to help and give the animals the best shot at a second chance. i left becuase i was moving, if we wouldve stayed in florida no doubt in my mind id stil be there today. miss you guys!

Client Served

Rating: 5

When fifi passed away i was so sad. she always played canasta with me on thursdays. my friend gloria told me about this great place where she adopted oreo. i went in and was shocked. they had such cute dogs and they all wanted to go home with me. their so clean there! my grandbabies love my new baby Casper. hopefully everyone else goes visit this amazing place

Client Served

Rating: 5

First i want to say Thank you to TCHS. If it weren't for them i would be so lonely. My wife passed away mid June 2006. Since then i've been so secluded in my house. My friends worried. I decided it was time for a little company. I went in not expecting too much but was surely amazed. I took home the sweetest dog I ever met. We are now inseparable and i don't go anywhere without Khloe. Shes made me more active and more sociable. Thank you for saving my life!!

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Tri-County Humane Society....WOW. is all i can say. My kids volunteer in the cat room on weekends and after school and they always come home with pictures and stories of their favorite cat being adopted. I cant describe how good it feels as a parent to have your child feel genuinely good about what their doing. Way to go TCHS

Donor

Rating: 5

normally shelters are a sad place for an animal to go before they find there furrever home. Tri county humane is the best place for any animal to be
They will try and find the cat or the dog the perfect home. I can honestly say the cages and runs are so clean. The animals are so loved and so well taken care of. 10/4 stars Tri county!

Client Served

Rating: 5

I can not even begin to explain my experience at Tri-County Humane Society. The staff was so attentive and polite. They really helped me find the perfect match. Although the application was very thorough its good to see that they actually care about where these animals end up (unlike PBACC or BACC). The adoption donation was affordable considering it covers EVERYTHING (microchip, rabies tag, + the spay/neuter) Roughly a spay/neuter at any vet will cost around $500-$600. Please adopt, donate, or volunteer at this fantastic organization. The only TRUE 100% NO KILL SHELTER in the area.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I walk dogs with Tri-County, and i can honestly say the staff cares so much for the shelter and the animals they take care of. The grounds are so clean, they have 2 lakes with tons of wildlife on property. The dogs are so loving and they just want to be played with and find their new family. I strongly recommend this shelter to anyone looking for a friend. Please come by and if you can't adopt, VOLUNTEER!

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I went into Tri-County to donate my beloved Cupcakes toys. I was still mourning when i went in but something was drawing me in. As soon as i walked in i was greeted by the most welcoming front desk staff i have ever seen. Then, Moosie took my attention. He was in the corner of his cage scared because the other dogs were barking to say hello. I filled out the application and once approved i took him outside for a walk with a volunteer. He immediately stole my heart so i went in to adopt. The adoption fees were affordable and since there a non profit you KNOW it goes to help the other furr babies find their home. Moosie's been with me for 8 years now and i couldn't thank you guys enough! You rock tri-county!!

Client Served

Rating: 5

This is the cleanest and most well cared for shelter i have EVER been to. You can genuinely feel the love the staff has for every single animal in their care. The cages, and runs were spotless. The cats are all free roaming in the House of Cats, so you get to see their personalities. I recommend anyone to go to Tri-County and find their new best friend!