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View the dogs that are available for adoption at the Humane Society of Greater Miami.
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Download the free Miami Pets App to search for cats, dogs, kittens and puppies waiting to be adopted into loving forever homes.
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The Hope Express will be at the where you can connect, adopt and fall in love with a pet from Miami-Dade Animal Services. Adoption fees for dogs and cats include spay/neuter surgery, microchip and age-appropriate vaccines. A Way For A Stray has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Miami, FL.
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Photo provided by FlickrRescue Angels, Inc (Miami, FL) has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Miami, Florida.
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The Humane Society of Greater Miami has been helping homeless animals in Miami-Dade County since 1936. Nearly 200 homeless dogs, cats, puppies and kittens are cared for at our adoption center every day. We are able to give these animals a second chance by providing tender loving care for as long as it takes to find them homes with kind, responsible and committed caregivers.If you’re not sure you’re ready to adopt, both Miami-Dade Animal Services and the Humane Society need volunteers and foster parents. Volunteers work with animals at the shelters. Foster parents open their homes to kittens and puppies too young to be adopted, as well as animals recovering from medical issues or that need more socialization. If your foster cat or dog wants to stay, you can arrange to adopt.Miami-Dade Animal Services opened a new 72,000-square-foot shelter in 2016. On any day, there are dozens of homeless dogs and cats available for adoption.That’s what happened to Dani Kandera, who has fostered many animals from the Humane Society of Greater Miami. First she had to make sure that the foster animals got along with her two dogs. She found that this has never been a problem. She fostered a blind dog who needed to experience a family atmosphere before being adopted as well as kittens and puppies who need that extra care since they are so young. Recently she fostered five kittens. “They were adorable,” she said. “My husband and I spent one hour every night playing with them and my two dogs loved to be around them.” She ultimately kept one and the other four were adopted at the Shelter.The Adoption Ambassador program is a special foster care program for select dogs that need extra help meeting their new family. In addition to all standard foster care supplies (food, bowls, toys, bedding and a crate), Ambassador foster dogs go home with an “Adopt Me” collar, leash and bright orange vest. The Ambassador foster dog should be walked, taken to dog parks, dog-friendly restaurants and cafes, dog beaches, Humane Society of Greater Miami adoption events – or any other place where people can meet the dog. Ambassador foster families may be involved in the adoption process as well.The Humane Society of Greater Miami is a limited admit, adoption guarantee facility dedicated to placing every dog and cat in our care into a loving home, and to promoting responsible pet ownership and spay/neuter programs. Adoption guarantee means that every animal that is admitted to our shelter is free from the threat of euthanasia due to time, space, or treatable medical issues. We provide shelter, food, veterinary care, and plenty of TLC while the dogs and cats wait for their permanent home, no matter how long it takes.