Directory of Animal Shelters in Daytona Beach, FL

Looking for a new pet? Please consider adopting a new dog or puppy from an animal shelter in Daytona Beach, FL. You'll find information on all of the animal shelters, humane societies, and rescue groups we've partnered with in Daytona Beach below. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Daytona Beach, FL, or call 877-411-FIDO to speak with one of our pet travel experts!

Halifax Humane Society

We are an open-door animal shelter that receives over 13,000 animals annually through city contracts and owner surrenders. Kennel and cage capacity can comfortably house approximately 350 animals per day and is usually full. Equipped with a spay/neuter clinic, we perform early-age spay/neuter surgeries to ensure that all adopted animals are altered before entering a new home. Low Cost Spay/Neuter Certificates are also made available to the public. Humane Education is made available to any and all schools, businesses, civic groups, etc. through speaking engagments, tours and material.

Arni Foundation

The ARNI foundation is a 501(C)3, non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue of animals at local kill shelters, and the rescue of abuse & cruelty cases. ARNI also provides low-cost shot clinics and low-cost flea & tick medications to the public.

Edgewater Animal Shelter

Edgewater Animal Shelter is a non-profit organization whose mission is to find homes for pets and provide low cost veterinary services to the public.

West Volusia Humane Society

Managed by the DeLand Police Department, the City of DeLand’s Second Chance Program is designed to house abandoned or lost domestic animals in a safe and secure holding area for a three day period. The holding period allows pet owners an opportunity to reclaim their pets by contacting the police department’s Animal Control Officer, and equally important, the three day period is also used to notify numerous animal advocacy groups from around the state about the adoptable animals that are available through the program. The advocacy groups are committed to finding “forever homes” for the animals and their partnership with the city is core to the program’s success. Prior to the program’s initial start, all animals captured by the Animal Control Officer would be taken directly to a local humane society. The Second Chance Program creates an opportunity for owners to be reunited with their pet and for adoptable animals to find good homes.
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