New County Dog Park is Open!

The dog park at the Bluebird Springs Park in Homosassa, will be open from sunrise to sunset and provides a separate fenced area for large and small dogs. Bathrooms and water fountains are available for public use, and there are dog fountains in both areas. Once a dog is within the fenced area, they can be off leash.

There is plenty of shade for people and animals. Bluebird Springs Park is located off W. Yulee Drive approximately 1 mile west of US 19 and was first dedicated as a park in 1927. The spring forms a large oval pool that is about 225 feet long and 120 feet wide. There are plenty of shady areas within the park.

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09/10/14: Animal Shelter Limits Intake of Animals

Citrus County Animal Services continues to be OVER CAPACITY and will only accept owner surrendered animals when space is available. Please call 746-8400 during normal business hours prior to bringing your pet to the shelter to inquire about surrendering your pet.

Pet owners are encouraged and should ask friends and family for help in finding caring homes for their pets they no longer wish to keep or care for. Other options include using social media and or placing ads in newspapers. You may also wish to check with local rescue groups.


Did Someone say "Carrot???"

We have more than just cats and dogs at our shelter!

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"No Dog Should Die Alone":

Inspirational Video and Article on Why You Should Adopt a "Senior" Dog

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Featured Pet

Meet Goldie - a nice adult neutered male who has an orange coat with a white bib and white boots. The tip of his ear is curled a bit, and Goldie is a playful and friendly fellow who's hoping to find his forever place in the sun! Goldie is a calm fellow who loves his "cat cube" as you can see in the photo. He's a nice fellow who's been at the SHELTER SINCE THE END OF APRIL and he's very much hoping he can find his forever home.

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