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Dogs rescued from Venice hoarder available for adoption

Dogs rescued from Venice hoarder available for adoption

Venice, Florida -- The Suncoast Humane Society recently assisted the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office in the  rescue of 263 dogs from a Venice home in early May by taking in 18 of the dogs for rehabilitation.

After thorough medical examinations and constant care and attention from staff members--which included bloodwork monitoring, treatment for skin infections, proper nutrition, significant dental work and socialization time--the dogs are ready for adoption.

Warm Mineral Springs goes to the dogs

Warm Mineral Springs goes to the dogs

North Port, Florida -- Beginning Thursday, June 21, Fido can finally enjoy one of America's most beneficial and therapeutic mineral water!

On the third Thursday of every month from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m., dogs and their owners will be allowed in the springs.

Cost is $10 per person and the limit is two dogs per person. Vets, groomers, pet foods and pet sitting services will be on display.

Warm Mineral Springs is located at 12200 San Servando Ave.

Best/Worst Pet Paparazzi pic yet! (Warning: It may offend)

Best/Worst Pet Paparazzi pic yet! (Warning: It may offend)

"Bruno thinks he's a man...a man with no manners but still a man", says his owner Tony Jimenez of Lutz.

Tony submitted this Pet Paparazzi pic to our 10 News Morning Show crew and it was the talk of the newsroom Monday afternoon.

While maybe not in the best taste, this should undoubtedly brighten everyone's day for a brief moment...and who doesn't deserve a good laugh?!

Check out our other Pet Paparazzi pics below:

Pet Paparazzi: First Edition

New pet resort to bring more than 70 jobs

New pet resort to bring more than 70 jobs

Sarasota, Florida -- The Bayside Pet Resort and Spa, set to open the second week of June 2012, has created more than 70 local jobs and revitalized the stretch of US 41 near it's location just north of Sarasota-Brandenton International Airport.

The owner, 65-year-old Robert Huff, just sold his buissness up north to his chidren but soon realized he wasn't ready to retire just yet.

Sarasota Animal Services is running out of room for new animals

Sarasota Animal Services is running out of room for new animals

Sarasota County Animal Services is urgently seeking adoptive families for the dozens of dogs that have filled shelter kennels while they await forever homes.

The number of adoptable dogs coming into the shelter is far outpacing the number of dogs being adopted. Animal Services has contacted other shelters and rescues to try to alleviate the overcrowding, but the other facilities are full themselves or recently took in animals from nearby natural disasters.