Services

Alachua County Humane Society offers many services to help pets and people in our community. Many of these services, such as our Dog Food Bank Program and Virtual Rehoming are completely free to the public and rely on the continued contributions from our generous donors to continue. 

Whether you are looking for low-cost veterinary services, pet microchips, or information on what to do if you’ve lost or found a stray animal, Alachua County Humane Society strives to offer valuable resources to help you. 

Are you looking for a special, feline princess to love? You found her!

Meet Celina! Celina is a 1-year-old short-hair brown tabby with the sweetest face. Celina has been spayed, dewormed, received her rabies vaccine and booster vaccines. Celina is an extraordinary lap cat, affectionate, playful, purry and looooves to have long, thoughtful conversations with everyone. Celina is also FeLV-positive. Though Feline Leukemia virus is a very serious disease, Celina is young and can have many, many years ahead of her! Celina must stay an indoor kitty for her health and to eliminate the spread of FeLV to other cats. While she can live with dogs or other small animals she should be the only cat in the household, or live with only other FeLV+ kitties (FeLV is only transmittable to other cats and cannot be transmitted to humans, dogs or any other animals). As much as we love being greeted by Celina every time we pass her cage, we wish nothing more than finding her a fur-ever home. If you are interested in giving this sweet cat a home, come in Thursday through Sunday from 12-6PM or call 352-373-5855.
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HELP REHOMING A COMMUNITY PET:

Bongo is a five year old terrier mix, who is approx. 10 pounds, is neutered and up to date on his shots. He is very sweet but has some anxiety issues, so he will need some extra attention. Due to his anxiety he aggressively chases his tail loudly and used to bite it until it bled but his owner's had his tail shortened to prevent this. He will still growl at his tail and when he does this he gets very tense. He can't go to a home with small children but he is good with other dogs.

Contact his owner's at:
Tamelia Malcolm
and Josiah Winfrey
3522819203
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The Alachua County Humane Society is proud to announce the arrival of two Korean Jindo puppies rescued from the South Korean dog meat trade. Bernard (11.30 pounds) and Louie (12.50 pounds) are super sweet and will be ready for forever homes in 1-2 weeks after they have been neutered. These adorable pups flew for 14 hours from Seoul, South Korea and drove another 4+ hours to arrive here in Gainesville. #JindoPups #WellTraveledDogs #NewArrivals #WelcomeHomeBernardandLouie #DogsofACHS #ACHS #AlachuaHumane #AdoptDontShop ... See MoreSee Less

Two puppies, which were rescued from the South Korean dog meat trade, are finding new homes in Alach...

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FOUND FEMALE KITTEN 1/15/17
She was found on SW 3rd Ave Gainesville, FL
Please contact us at (352)373-5855 or info@alachuahumane.org if you have any information regarding this kitty!
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