GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay County Animal Services is teaming up with Dr. Seuss Enterprises and the Petfinder Foundation to help long-term shelter dogs in Clay County find their forever homes this …
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay County Animal Services is teaming up with Dr. Seuss Enterprises and the Petfinder Foundation to help long-term shelter dogs in Clay County find their forever homes this Christmas. In celebration of the 65th anniversary of How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Clay County is joining the launch of the December #FindYourMax social media campaign to help some special dogs find homes and loving families.
While K-9 companion Max was forced to do the Grinch’s bidding, he knew all along that Christmas is a joyous time to share with family and friends. And finding a family of their own is exactly what all shelter dogs want. Clay County Animal Services will be highlighting some long-time shelter dogs that have had a hard time finding their forever home this December on Facebook and Instagram with the hashtag #FindYourMax. Through this national media outreach effort, we hope that the hearts of dog lovers will grow three sizes this year, and Grinches in search of their own Max will give these loving pups their very own families this Christmas. If you want to provide a loving home for one of these dogs, just search #FindYourMax on Facebook and Instagram. Loving dogs available for adoption will also be featured on Dr. Seuss Enterprises and Petfinder’s Facebook and Instagram pages.
Search #FindYourMax on Facebook and Instagram today and bring home your very own “Max” this Christmas.
These loving pups and many more are available for adoption at Clay County Animal Services, located at 3984 State Road 16 West in Green Cove Springs. The shelter is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Visit claycountygov.com and select Animal Services under the Community Tab to view all adoptable animals at the shelter or call (904) 529-4107 for more information on adoptions.
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