April 16, 2024

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Too many dogs at Jacksonville’s Animal Care and Protective Services

Connie looks out the observation window of the "Featured Pet" enclosure in the lobby of the Jacksonville ACPS Thursday, February 22, 2024. The Jacksonville ACPS (Animal Care and Protective Services) is being mentored by the Jax Humane Society to help the facility to increase the save rate on the animals that end up at the Forest Street facility. The biggest issue facing the city facility is the constant excess of dogs that need homes.

Connie looks out the observation window of the “Featured Pet” enclosure in the lobby of the Jacksonville ACPS Thursday, February 22, 2024. The Jacksonville ACPS (Animal Care and Protective Services) is being mentored by the Jax Humane Society to help the facility to increase the save rate on the animals that end up at the Forest Street facility. The biggest issue facing the city facility is the constant excess of dogs that need homes.

Bob Self/Florida Times-Union

Rows of dogs waiting for adoption fill shelter at the Jacksonville Animal Care and Protective Services, where the biggest issue is an excess of dogs. The shelter is being mentored by the Jacksonville Humane Society to increase adoptions.

Rows of dogs waiting for adoption fill shelter at the Jacksonville Animal Care and Protective Services, where the biggest issue is an excess of dogs. The shelter is being mentored by the Jacksonville Humane Society to increase adoptions.

Bob Self/Florida Times-Union

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