O What a Day! Join Us on Nov. 8th!

Yes, Saturday, November 8th is a really big day for the SEV Humane Society, and you will not want to miss it. There are at least three reasons to visit the shelter on November 8th:

  • Santa Paws photos;
  • Swift Paws Lure Course will be with us;
  • Our annual yard sale.

So, save the date and be sure to join us!

Canned Dog Food Badly Needed

The Southeast Volusia Humane Society is in desperate need of canned dog food. We are completely out. Canned dog food helps with dogs who need to put on weight or who have dietary restrictions, etc and we are in dire need. When you’re at the grocery store, please help by picking up a can or two of canned dog food and either drop it off at the shelter, my house (call me at 386 689 0084) or you can drop it off at Beachwood Animal Clinic, on 3rd Ave, Beach Side. Help our precious babies. One can will make all the difference when we pull together! On behalf of SEVHS, thank you so much for your support of our shelter and our furry friends there.

Pastor Gary Blesses Animals

Pastor Gary Blesses Animals at SEVHS

Pastor Gary Blesses Animals at SEVHS

Pastor Gary, of the United Methodist Church of Edgewater, came out today to bless each and every animal at SEVHS. This is St Francis of Assisi month, along with “Adopt a Dog” month and it is with much blessing and appreciation that Pastor Gary took the time to bless our animals. It was quite a moving and heartwarming experience and we appreciate Pastor Gary for his compassion, time, and love to visit our shelter today and it is with much gratitude that we thank him for blessing our precious animals.

Mango’s Corner: Santa Paws Is Coming to Town

Hi Folks, Mango here, and I want to let you know that Santa Paws is coming to town! It’s true. He’s bringing his wife with him, and they will be landing their sleigh at Southeast Volusia Humane Society, on Saturday, November 8th, at 8am and will be there til 3pm. Santa Paws will be posing for family photos, so bring your fur kids, your two-legged kids, your frogs, turtles, and any other pet you have, and have your photo made with Santa Paws. The photo will make a great Christmas card and gift all in one! While Santa is busy with photos, Mrs. Claws will be having a huge yard sale.

Santa Paws is Coming to Town

Saturday, November 8th, from 8am until 3pm
Photos of Santa with your pet for only $7.00
Hope you can join us for our Santa Paws but we need your help to make our yard sale a success. If you have items that you can donate for our yard sale we would appreciate it. Please no clothes or furniture. Small tables or end tables are fine. Please won’t you help us with our yard sale so we can help our furry friends through their journey to find a new forever home.

All items can be dropped off at the SEV Humane Society, 1200 S. Glencoe. NSB, Fl. 32168. And we hope to see you there for our Santa photos of your precious ones with Santa.
October Fall Festival

October Fall Festival

Swift Paws: Upcoming Events

Keeping your best friend happy and healthy!

Keeping your best friend happy and healthy!

Season resumes at SEV Humane Society. Be sure to join us on these dates:

  • Oct 4th, from 9am-1pm
  • Nov 8th, from 9am-1pm
  • Dec 13th, from 9am-1pm

Swift Paws will be offering several free classes on Essential Oils for Pets this fall season too! Another way to keep your best friend healthy and happy.
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Paw Prints: Remembering our Good Friend Phyllis

From the President
This week we honor the life of Phyllis Sheriff. She lost her battle with cancer in May of this year, but the impact of her life lives on in our shelter. Phyllis and her husband, Steve, always had rescued dogs. Phyllis was a true animal lover and the dogs she rescued throughout her lifetime is a true testament to Phyllis’s loving nature. Phyllis saw only the good in people and animals and her infectious love spread to those who knew her best.

Take the Pledge: If a Pet Store Sells Puppies, I Won’t Buy Anything There
Take the Pledge: If a Pet Store Sells Puppies, I Won’t Buy Anything There

Through their “No Pet Store Puppies” campaign, the ASPCA has urged consumers to boycott all products from stores that sell puppies.“The risk is simply too high that you’re supporting a puppy mill,” said Cori Menkin, senior director of the ASPCA campaign.