Dogs available for adoption at SFAS Tylertown

Dogs available for adoption at SFAS Tylertown

Have you ever felt that you were missing something in your home?  Well, look no further!  These awesome companions are available for adoption.  They are guaranteed to make  your home more lively! Every dog has its own story and I’m sure they want to tell  you about it, so why  not give them a chance!  […]

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Available cats for adoption at the St Francis Animal Thrift Store

The St Francis Thrift Store has very beautiful cats for adoption.  These cats are extremely friendly because volunteers sit with them on a daily basis providing love an affection.  Please stop by the Thrift Store in Mandeville and visit with them.  You never know, you just might decide that a friendly kitty would make your […]

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The Mystic Crew of Barkus Parade 2012 Gallery

In case you didn’t get the opportunity to attend the parade, please take a moment to view photographs of all the beautiful dogs that gave up there day to support a worthy cause!  The money raised from the registration fees, merchandise sales, and ball profits will go worthy animal rescue organizations.    

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Mystic Crew of Barkus Parade Sunday Feb 12 at 2:00pm

Please join us in New Orleans this Sunday Feb 12, 2012 at 2:00pm for the Mystiec Crew of Barkus.  We will be walking with several of our beautiful dogs that would love to go their forever homes!  The 2012 Parade will start at Armstrong Park and will proceed on their 15-block route through the Vieux Carré, stopping […]

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Golf Tournament Gallery

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Jay’s Story: How Heartworm Disease Touches Our Lives

April is National Heartworm Awareness Month When Jay, a beautiful, joyful, playful 2 year old black Lab came to SFAS during Fall 2008, we found out that he had a massive load of heartworms. Due to the severity of his heartworm infestation, we had to put him through the taxing and often dangerous Immiticide treatment […]

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