Santa Rosa County Animal Services has made a big transformation over the past few years. Our goal is to save every animal that enters our shelter, no matter how great the need. With our new onsite surgery suite and a medical team on staff, providing timely care to sick and injured pets is more possible than ever. In the past, trying to locate a rescue or veterinary clinic that could provide immediate care was very difficult, and often impossible. While we are so thankful for our partner agencies and organizations and the support they provide for our community pets, it is the ability to provide necessary care onsite that contributes to the lifesaving efforts of our shelter.
Thats where you - our community comes in. Donations of supplies are so important in providing care to all shelter pets, and they are always appreciated! You can find our wish list of continuous items here. However, it is the monetary donations that save the lives of sick and injured pets by providing funds for medication and long-term care. Our shelter relies on these donations to care for the hundreds of helpless pets that enter our shelter each year.
Below, you will find an option to make one-time donation or choose a monthly subscription. If you or your organization would like to donate a custom amount, or make a donation over $1,000, we ask that you drop the donation off in person, or mail it to Santa Rosa County Animal Services, 4451 Pine Forest Rd., Milton, FL 32583.
All donations are appreciated, big or small. We often have fundraisers for specific animals or shelter needs, to which you will find a button below. Otherwise, each dollar donated goes toward our medical fund to provide necessary care, vaccines and spay/neuter surgeries for the thousands of shelter pets we meet each year.
We would like to say thank you in advance for your generosity from all shelter staff and pets. You are so a-purr-eciated!
Elvira is a beautiful black lab mix that hasn't had an easy start to her life. She was adopted out as a young puppy and brought back at less than a year old for reasons she couldn't control. Back in the shelter, we realized she was wobbly and her back legs were weak. Upon her exam, we found she had a neurological issue and needs an MRI. Unfortunately, it will cost money - at least $1800 and there are a lot of unknowns. So, if you can donate to Elvira's care, you will be helping us find the problem and get her the care she needs to hopefully make a full recovery.