Riding For Our Cause
In its 9th year, the annual Hogs For Dogs Bike Run rolled out of Adamec Harley Davidson on Saturday, March 2nd. This event brought motorcyclists together for a very worthy purpose: to help support the much-needed animal welfare programs at Clay Humane. Dark skies and pouring rain did not stop motorcycle enthusiasts from all over North Florida from riding to help the animals! More than 120 bikers began a scenic 125-mile ride through three counties.
Poster Contest Winner Chosen
Congratulations to our 2018 poster contest winner Emily Phipps from Tynes Elementary School! Emily created artwork which promotes the importance of spaying and neutering to prevent pet overpopulation. Emily’s artwork was featured on a billboard on Blanding Blvd… what a way to get the message across!  Also congrats to our 2nd place winner Rylie Mason and 3rd place winner Chloe Toney both from RideOut Elementary. Read more here.
Emily Phipps from Tynes Elementary School, with her family, teacher, Jennifer Warren and principal, Laura Fogarty, accept the Clay Humane Poster Contest Award. Below, the winning artwork.
Volunteer Recognition
Above left: Dr. Christian Broadhurst presents Wyatt Smith with the Youth Volunteer of the Year Award. Above right: Lori Coleman presents Dee Talty with Pet Assistant Therapy Team of the Year.
This annual Clay Humane event recognizes the extraordinary efforts of individuals who dedicate their time and talent to protecting the animals and promoting our animal welfare programs. Congratulations to the award recipients who were honored on Saturday, February 9th. We cannot continue our important work without the extraordinary efforts of individuals who dedicate their time and talent to protecting the animals and promoting the Clay Humane animal welfare programs. See photos from the event.

  • Pet Assistant Therapy Team of the Year - Dee Talty and “Maggie”
  • Youth Volunteer of the Year Award – Wyatt Smith
  • Humane Business Award – The River House 
  • Recognition Award - Food Pantry of Green Cove Springs 
  • Employee of the Year - Joslyn Bebout
  • Jake & Scout Dedication Award – Jennifer Broadhurst

Literacy Week
Clay Humane is honored to participate in Literacy Week at Charles E. Bennett Elementary. Reading together is always a joy especially when the book topic is about animals!
Happy Cat Ever After
Above: Before and after images of Buckman and his new pet parent Karen Balcanoff.
We are excited to share that both kittens found on dangerous Jacksonville interstates late in 2018 have found their forever homes! Following surgery for a degloving injury to her jaw, Emerson (pictured below) recovered quickly and was adopted by her rescuer. Buckman, (pictured above) named after the bridge he was rescued from, didn’t have such a quick recovery. His injuries, to include a shattered pelvis, were much more extensive and so Buckman spent nearly 3 months at Clay Humane healing. But, last week, he was finally ready to head to his new home. Thank you to all who shared and cared to help these two find their happy endings!
Above: Before and after images of Emerson and her new pet parent Olaf Andersen.
We hope that you will consider being a generous supporter of our programs that help so many animals in need - like Emerson and Buckman. Your kind gift enables us to reach more animals… to prevent more suffering and needless deaths.  LEARN MORE .
Andromeda Pre-School
Every year this powerhouse school does a supply drive for Clay Humane and delivers it to our door. Thank you Andromeda Preschool for always remembering the animals!

Come visit our booth
Clay County Agricultural Fair April 4-13
Swing by and say hello!

Tuesday, March 19th
Bow Wow Meow Bingo
Be there on Tuesday, March 19th, 5:30pm at Magnolia Point Golf & Country Club in Green Cove Springs. RSVP now, call (904) 269-9276. Come join us for an evening of bingo to support the animal welfare programs at Clay Humane. Dinner is served at 5:30PM and bingo starts at 7PM. $30/pp includes buffet dinner and bingo cards. 18yrs and over to play. Note - wish list items are being accepted at the door. Download our WISH LIST now .

We now offer
Urgent Care Services
Friday, Saturday & Sunday: 5pm - 12 Midnight
Closed All Holidays
Urgent care prices apply. We offer after hours urgent care for minor emergency services and outpatient treatment.
Urgent Care is for emergencies that need immediate assistance but are of a nature that allow out-patient emergency treatment. We provide effective after-hours relief for common pet illnesses and injuries - just like an urgent care center for people but for pets!

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