For the second time in three years the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services Unit has been named the “Outstanding Agency of the Year” by the Florida Animal Control Association for their outstanding programs and continued commitment to remain a “No Kill” Community! […]
When the Sheriff’s Office assumed responsibility for Animal Services, a commitment was made to make Brevard County a more humane community, to raise the standard of care in our shelters, to re-unite lost and stray pets with their owners, and to save as many animals as possible through adoptions, fosters, through developing innovative programs.
Brevard County Fire Rescue saved a 4-week old kitten on Sunday morning about 10 a.m. that had become trapped inside a wall at a residence in the 600 block of Leo Drive in West Cocoa. […]
Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services provides an update on the abandoned puppy found tied up to a stop sign at I-95 and Cheney Highway in Titusville. […]
Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services Officers Lexi Applegate and Dale Craig, along with Maritime Security Officers Nancy Hudson and Ray Short, responded on Sunday to the area of Fishlips Bar to the report of a distressed dog that had gotten stuck in a drain pipe. […]