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Lee County Domestic Animal Services offers Pet Safety  Program for Kids and Parents

Lee County Domestic Animal Services will offer a Pet Safety Program for children of all ages  from 10 to 11 a.m. Friday, July 28, in the  conference room at  5600 Banner Drive, Fort Myers. The program is an opportunity for  parents to  learn, along with their children,  how to safely  interact with a dog and read its body  language. The program will include a discussion of  socialization,  responsible  pet ownership,  and avoiding risky situations. This will be interactive for the entire family, so parents are asked to stay with their children. There will be games that will allow for  fun  learning. The class content is similar to the long-running program that...

Summer National “Empty the Shelters” runs thru July 31

Lee County Domestic Animal Services will waive adoptions fees as one part of 335+ shelters participating nationwide Lee County Domestic Animal Services and the BISSELL Pet Foundation, a national animal welfare organization dedicated to ending pet homelessness, are excited to announce they will team up with MetLife Pet...

Lee County Animal Services offers tips, reminders for Independence Day

Independence Day fireworks celebrations result in a higher pet intake in shelters across the country. Lee County Domestic Animal Services serves as Lee County’s only stray facility for domestic animals. Animal Services reminds owners to keep their pets inside, away from windows and doors. Microchipped...

Annual “Flip This Kennel” competition set for Saturday, April 1

Lee County Domestic Animal Services, along with various county agencies, area shelters and rescues, will decorate kennels and catteries for the “Flip This Kennel” event to highlight shelter pets in the county’s adoption center. Visitors to the shelter, 5600 Banner Drive, Fort Myers, can vote...

Lee County Domestic Animal Services to host Doggie Field Day

National Walk in the Park Day on March 30 would be even better celebrated with a best friend. Lee County Domestic Animal Services, along with Lee County Parks & Recreation, will host the first Doggie Field Day 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, March 30,...

Lee County Domestic Animal Services invites you to ‘Mutt Madness’

It’s Mutt Madness this March at Lee County Domestic Animal Services and everyone is a winner when a new pet gets adopted. Adoption fees will be reduced through March 31. Adult dogs will be $30 with an approved application. To add to the adoption...

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