Sheriff Wayne Ivey Builds State-of-the-Art Brevard County Animal Services Facilities and Services, Now Has ‘No-Kill’ Status

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'No-Kill' facility now has 94 percent live release rate

In 2014, I was asked to take over Brevard County Animal Services where only 55 percent of the pets made it out of the shelter alive. That was unacceptable, I knew that by partnering with our community we could fix a broken down facility, create programs to save pet’s lives, and build a team that would pour their hearts and souls into achieving the goal of becoming a “No-kill” shelter!

In 2014, I was asked to take over Brevard County Animal Services where only 55 percent of the pets made it out of the shelter alive.

That was unacceptable, I knew that by partnering with our community we could fix a broken down facility, create programs to save pet’s lives, and build a team that would pour their hearts and souls into achieving the goal of becoming a “No-kill” shelter!

DID IT WORK?

Today, the Sheriff’s Office has a state-of-the-art animal services facility, has established partnerships with rescues to save pet’s lives, and is officially a “No-Kill” facility with a 94 percent live release rate!

On November 3rd, I would be honored to have your vote so that we can continue to work together to keep our pets safe!

(Political advertisement paid for and approved by Wayne Ivey, Republican, for Brevard County Sheriff)

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