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The Pet Resource Center is the first stop to find a new or lost pet, report animal emergencies, or find care for  your pets. Whether you’re a dog lover, a feline fanatic, or have a concern about animals in your neighborhood, we’re here to help. 
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Do you know that all dogs and cats in Hillsborough County are supposed to be vaccinated against rabies and be registered with the County? Or that it is against the law to keep your dog tied up outside without supervision? There are many laws in place to protect not only the residents of...
There will be no hide-and-seek or dodgeball at this summer camp. No pottery making or board games, either. Register for Senior Summer Camp Senior Summer Camp, offered by Hillsborough County Parks & Recreation during a week in late May, offers fun, interesting activities to residents age 50 and...
When a disaster hits - whether natural or manmade - you should already have a plan in place for your family members, including your four-legged ones. Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center (PRC) strongly recommends that your main plan be to evacuate outside of your evacuation zone, either to a...
Animal-at-Large Ordinance Animal-at-Large Ordinance – Article II Sec. 6-28: “No dog or cat shall be allowed to stray, run or go, at large upon any public property or street, sidewalk, park, or on the private property of another without the consent of the property owner.” What it...
Ideal Candidate Profile Skills: Ability to perform high volume spay/neuter surgery; ability to perform other surgeries including but not limited to cystotomy, mass removal, entropion repair, cherry eye repair, enucleation, amputation, FHO; ability to perform and remain calm under stressful...
A constant battle ensues to defend the natural lands of nature preserves, conservation parks, and even in your own yard as invasive plants take hold and choke out Florida natives. Alongside unwanted animals such as wild hogs, love bugs, and lionfish, many non-native plants and trees are spreading...
They give you unconditional love no matter what and you never want to let your pet down. But did you know loving your pet also means making sure you keep them safe and healthy? Here are some ways Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center (PRC) recommends keeping your pet happy and healthy so you can...
Did you know coyotes are an important part of the landscape in Florida? According to Florida Fish and Wildlife (FWC), they help maintain healthy ecosystems by managing populations of rodents, insects, and other small animals. Did you also know that they are very intelligent and adaptable? Their...
Rhodine Scrub Nature Preserve is a 448 acre preserve in the center of Hillsborough County. This preserve adjoins Stephen J. Wortham park creating a unique experience to see the differences between county parks and county preserves. The dominant habitat on Rhodine Preserve is Florida Scrub. Often...
Explore Hillsborough County's wild side with us as we search to snap some photos of cool things found in nature. Kids from age 4-12 will enjoy learning about Florida native plants, animals, and ecosystems while searching for 20 things found in the park. Everyone that successfully completes the...