A HOPE in the News



June 27, 2019Animal Organizations Offering Low-Cost Rabies Vaccine and Microchip This Saturday "Rabies is a community issue. On May 31, the Florida Department of Health in Santa Rosa County issued a rabies alert for the City of Milton, which is in effect until late July. Pet owners will have the option of a one-year rabies vaccine or three-year for $20, owners just need to show their one-year certificate."

June 25, 2019A HOPE for Santa Rosa County receives $26,500 award from Sunday’s Child - "A HOPE for Santa Rosa County is a not-for-profit with the mission of providing low-cost spay/neuter/vaccines/micro chipping services, rescue support, and community outreach programs, leading to the prevention of unnecessary euthanasia of companion animals in Santa Rosa County, Florida. Their “Fix and Chip” project will provide funding to spay/neuter, vaccinate against rabies, and microchip 300 indoor cats and 100 dogs that are owned by residents of Santa Rosa County."

June 8, 2019Locals take steps to protect pets against rabies - "This is us trying to help the community with the recent rabies outbreak. There is concern that there's not enough low-cost options to get their animals vaccinated,” said AHope President Brandi Winkleman.

June 5, 2019: We are proud to announce that we have been chosen as finalists for the Sunday's Child grant! We are very excited for this opportunity and hope to do great things in the future!


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