Suncoast Humane Society Inc

Rating: 4.96 stars   109 reviews


6781 San Casa Drive Englewood FL 34224 USA


Suncoast Humane Society exists to reduce the numbers of homeless animals and improve the quality of life.


We accepted over 2,000 animals in 2014 and through our Preventive Health Care Clinic, spayed/neutered nearly 1,000 animals at affordable fees. We also offer preventative services at our clinic to further help pet owners afford continuing care and keep pets in their homes where they belong. Other programs and services we offer: Pet Adoptions, Community Outreach, Thrift Stores and Volunteer Opportunities. Visit our website at for more information.

Target demographics:

reduce the number of homeless animals and improve the quality of life

Direct beneficiaries per year:

Through our programs and services, we helped more than 40,000 animals and people in 2014

Geographic areas served:

Charlotte, Sarasota and Lee Counties


Pet Adoptions, Pet Therapy, Humane Education, Dog Obedience, Preventive Health Care Clinic, Pet Pantry, Volunteer Opportunities and more.

2015 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Reviews for Suncoast Humane Society Inc

Rating: 5 stars  

I have had the privilege of serving on many boards over the course of a lifetime. Suncoast Humane Society proved to be among the top tier for clarity of mission, dedication to cause, financial responsibility, and professionalism. Staff members are dedicated, competent, hard-working. Volunteers are as committed as any high-paid staffer would be. And importantly, board members are selected to make a difference, not to make a name for themselves. Be comfortable that your donation to Suncoast , whether time or money, will find its way to the many companion animals and the community the shelter serves.

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