Pets of the Week

Great pets & great adoption rates!
Meet the cat of the week!
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Hi there! I'm Cozy the cat and I'm a 1 year old female who is looking for a new home to call my own. My parents left me here because they could not make time for me, so my friends here at the Pet Center are helping me find a new family. I love to snuggle and play and nothing in the world beats having someone smother me with love and attention. So come visit me here at the Pet Center today!
Interested in adopting Cozy? Please contact the Pet Center (904) 209-6190.


Hi there, my name is Lotus! I'm a 7 year old female lab mix who is looking for a new family. I was brought to the Pet Center as a stray, so now I'm looking for a new and loving home to call my own. I love to play and sniff and romp around like all good dogs do, and nothing would make me happier than to go out on a nice long walk with someone who loves me. I am however heartworm positive so my adoption fee and a portion of my heartworm treatment will be sponsored by The Friends of the Pet Center. So come on by and visit me here at the Pet Center!
Interested in adopting me? Please contact the Pet Center (904) 209-6190.


While you're visiting the Pets of the Week, stop by and say "Hi" to us!

Adoption Information

Cost: Adoptions at the Pet Center are $35 for male dogs and $50 for females, $20 for male cats and $30 for females, which includes neutering / spaying, rabies vaccinations and shots.

Location: The Pet Center is located at 130 N. Stratton Road, just off US-1 between County Road 210 and International Golf Parkway.

Hours: Open Tuesday through Friday: 9:00am - 4:30pm and Saturday: 9:00am - 4:00pm.
Monday: Closed to the public except for scheduled appointments to claim lost pets. No drop offs. Sunday: Closed.

For more information, call the Pet Center at (904) 209-6190.





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