Charity Dog Wash!
Bring your dog or puppy to our Dog Days of Summer Charity Dog Wash NEXT Saturday, July 18 from 9am – 12pm in the parking lot of our Mandarin store, located at 10,000 San Jose Boulevard in Mandarin, one-mile North of I-295.
Our volunteers will wash your pup down with TheraNeem Organic Dog Shampoo & fluff them up for a fun Saturday afternoon! Donations will be accepted on behalf of First Coast No More Homeless Pets, Inc., our GreenApples Charity of the Month, and representatives will be available to answer any questions you might have about their mission or programs.
Also look for dog-friendly freebies like shampoo samples, doggy bags full of canine goodies, and more!
About Our Charity
First Coast No More Homeless Pets, Inc. is a local, non-profit group dedicated to eliminating the killing of dogs and cats in our community by offering low-cost spay and neuter programs, vaccinations, micro-chipping, flea and heart worm preventatives and a variety of tests.
“Current economic conditions mean that local shelters and rescue groups are taking in more dogs than ever, while adoptions and donations are at an all-time low, leading to a serious overpopulation crisis” said Sarah Butsch, Native Sun’s GreenApples Charity Program Coordinator. “We wanted to do something to help these animals who are being abandoned through no fault of their own.”
Spay and neuter programs are the only proven method for controlling the pet overpopulation crisis and since 2003, FCNMHP has facilitated over 24,000 pet sterilizations in the First Coast area! This would not have been possible without the generous donations from our community.
Donate to FCNMHP at Native Sun through July 31 by adding a $1 donation to your purchase or by dropping change into the charity buckets available at each register.
Do you have a pet?
The FCNMHP Low Cost Clinic is open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. for vaccinations & more at 6817 Norwood Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32208. No appointment necessary! Dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens are welcome. For more information, call the Hotline at 904.425.0005.