Get ready to ride on Saturday, March 25th!
Benefit ride for Clay Humane! This charity motorcycle ride helps animal welfare programs that support the local community. We can't do it without you!
Adamec Harley Davidson on Wells Road in Orange Park, FL. The ride ends with dinner at Whitey's Fish Camp
Saturday, March 25, 2017
Hurry! Pre-register before March 17th to guarantee your awesome HOGS t-shirt !
Can't make it to the ride but still want to support Clay Humane, please consider a donation.
Volunteer Appreciation Dinner
 The Clay County Humane Society honored some of its most dedicated volunteers and some of our community’s animal advocates at its annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner on January 27th.  Over a delicious dinner at the Talon in Eagle Harbor Golf Club and with dozens of friends of the Society in company, CCHS recognized  individuals and businesses for their outstanding contributions in 2016 in advancing the mission of the organization in “the prevention of cruelty to animals, the relief of suffering among animals, and the extension of humane education”. [ READ MORE ]
Award Recipients
Volunteer of the Year
Mary Ann Baugh

Humane Educator of the Year
Dr. Judi Coll-Roman
Humane Business of the Year
Black Knight

Employee of the Year
Keiko Day
& Rachel Janosz
Recognition Award
Kim Pugh

Recognition Award
Old Dog House /
Kim Stordahl
Jake & Scout Award
Rebekah Harp

Recognition Award
Frank & Chrissy Yournette
Join Us
Saturday, February 25th
Northeast Florida Highland Scottish Games
Supports Clay Humane
The Scottish games reflect the deep connections and effects the Scots and their descendants have had on the United States as well as Northeast Florida. Enjoy athletics, music, food and fun at the Clay County Fairgrounds.

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Pet Assisted Therapy
Visits The Bolles School
The Clay Humane Pet Assisted Therapy Team enjoyed participating in the "De-Stress with Pets" day at The Bolles School on January 19th during semester exams.

Leaders Are Readers
Literacy Week
January 23-27, 2017
Clay Humane was “literally” thrilled to visit Charles E. Bennett Elementary to help celebrate Literacy Week. Charles E. Bennett hosted the “Leaders Are Readers” event which invited community leaders to share the excitement of reading with the children. The goal of this week long recognition was to help students strengthen their literacy skills and become better prepared for academic success. This year’s theme was "Literacy Changes Our World" and students were encouraged to share a book with someone and make a difference in their community, school, and family.
Fall Fur-Ever In Love
Valentine Dates Needed
These four legged, hot dates, are available for adoption! For more information contact Clay County Animal Care & Control at:  (904) 269-6342
Meet Franklin - He's a 2 year old neutered male Akita mix who came to CCACC as a stray.  If you make him yours he will never stray far from your heart. This guy will treat you right!  He is very well mannered, can speak, sit, shake, down, good on leash. He may be bossy with other dogs but will obey your every wish.  He will not want to share you, so we do not recommend a home with small children and good on leash.
Meet Joe - Looking for long sunset walks on the beach?  Well look no further.  Joe is a 6 year old mixed breed dog who came to CCACC as a stray.  He is a super sweet gentleman who already knows some basic commands and is waiting to be the love of your life.
Feline Valentine?
Meet Maxine - Do you need a quiet and supportive companion?  Then Max is your girl!  This 3 year old spayed female was an owner surrender but would love to be your one and only.  She has been in foster care and not housed at the shelter the whole time. She is a shy but super sweet girl who would probably do best in a quiet home... can it be yours????
Tell the USDA to
stop protecting animal abusers
DID YOU KNOW? On February 3, the USDA purged its website of inspection reports on thousands of puppy mills, roadside zoos, circuses and research labs - with no warning or explanation. This outrageous action undermines longstanding consensus about public access to information concerning these laws and frustrates public interest, state, local and industry efforts to help enforce them.
Please send a message to the USDA and let them know, in no uncertain terms, that they should not be permitted to withhold this vital information and should instead continue to keep those who are responsible for complying with federal law accountable for their actions. 
Thanks to Petco Foundation, Inc. we were able to do 1,230 additional spays and neuters in 2016, bringing our total since the program’s inception to 17,678! Thank you PETCO FOUNDATION, INC!