All Tallahassee Pets Alive animals are in loving foster homes where they are learning the joy of being a cherished family pet. This provides the sturcture and socialization they all crave before finding their fur-ever homes. We hold the Weekly Pet Adoption Event at the Naturally Healthy Pet store on Thomasville Road every Saturday from 11-3pm. Cats, kittens, dogs and puppies come out to meet loving humans.
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Staybridge Suites TallahasseeBooking a pet friendly hotel in Tallahassee can also save you some money. By bringing your fur ball, you won’t have to dish out money for expensive dog boarding or pet sitters. However, keep in mind that some hotel chains charge a fee for pets and may have restrictions on breeds and weight so it is important to always read the fine print.
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Established in 1981, Bradfordville Animal Hospital is AAHA Accredited and proud to serve the Bradfordville, Tallahassee and surrounding area. We know your pet is a treasured member of your family, and we are dedicated to providing the excellent veterinary care you both deserve. As part of your wellness care team, we focus on routine preventative care as well as advanced treatments, surgeries and diagnostics for sick or injured pets.
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Travelling and can’t take Fido with you? Working extra hours and won’t have time for a walk? Bring your pet to Robinhood Kennels and Cattery and put your stress at ease! Our grassy runs, spacious kennels and professional, friendly staff are what make us the best place for doggy daycare and pet boarding in Tallahassee, FL. Since 1970, our mission has been to offer safe, clean and comfortable boarding spaces for pets placed in our care—all at a reasonable price. We uphold that mission today and we welcome your pet for as long as you’ll be away—whether it’s for an afternoon or a several-day stay. Tallahassee Pets Alive! has been formed for this very reason. It is our mission to create a No-Kill Leon County as soon as possible. We want to see our communities as a place where no lost or adoptable pet, or feral/un-owned cat is killed, regardless of resources, economics, or politics. Pets available for adoption from TPA, local rescues and individuals are highlighted each Saturday from 11am-3pm at our adoption event located in the Capital Plaza- 1866 Thomasville Road, Tallahassee, in front of The Naturally Healthy Pet store.
Pets, it's time you spoke to those folks who like to think of themselves as your owners. (But, really, we know who owns whom.) Remind them that Tallahassee Magazine’s 13th annual "Pets and Their People" event will be taking place on March 18 at Proctor Subaru Tallahassee. The event features lots of activities ...