Wow, I can't believe the reviews prior. My experience was quite the opposite.. I adopted 2 kittens who were 4 months old this summer. Usually I adopt adult cats, but thought after my one cat died, my surviving cat might enjoy some young ones. They helped me select a kitten that was very friendly and had no fear. Boy they got that right, the first day she went right up to my dog and cat. I also adopted her last littermate as she screeched when the one was taken out of the cage. I am so glad as my kittens renamed Mango and Coconut are so happy together and with my dog and other cat. The staff were great, the animals well cared for. They checked my references as I moved here from NJ. The fees are reasonable and they include updated follow up visits. The staff and volunteers work very hard to find a good home for all the animals. My kittens now 1 year old are doing great. I take them there for their nail trims which are free as they were adopted there-and take my dog and other cat for nail trims---only $5. I also have donated to them, as I think they care about the animals...and work hard to keep getting them their forever homes. I have visited many times and it is always clean, animals well cared for, and they are very busy helping people find there new pet. I would recommend it.
122 Tomahawk DrIndian Harbour Beach, FL 32937
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I can't express how wonderful halo has been to me. I choose a shepard mix to adopt and after a few days took her back with a broken heart. I loved this dog from day one, but I also had at home an old beagle that I share with my kids next door. He was never socialized, he didn't want to share his home with this new dog, bit her on the nose, so of course she was fighting back. Halo helped me learn, with help of a behavior Specilist, Allen, how to handle the situation.They llet me take Kona back and it's been 3 months. I have the most lovable dog I have had my whole life, this wouldn't have worked out with out the understanding and compassion, and help from Halo.
For the person that lost her dog and had a bad experience with Halo, I can only tell you that is is up to all of us to correct problems instead of elevate them. Halo is the only no-kill shelter in this county and instead of you asking what you can do to help, your question was what can I do to "hurt"! Let me give you some good advice, every organization that starts and is able to survive eventually repairs all of the weak links in their chains. It is up to us, the public to support and make sure that they are able to survive, as do their animals. Halo was founded on a vision of love and caring, please understand that and give it some help!