St. Francis Animal Hospital provides affordable veterinary care to all owned pets in the surrounding Jacksonville area. Locally founded and inspired, we are a non-profit organization that treats all of our patients with quality, tender healthcare.
Because there is also significant need to help pets in our local shelters that are full, St. Francis Animal Hospital will also be taking five dogs from Animal Care and Protective Services. This will free up space for ACPS to help other homeless pets in our community.
Dr. Susan Shelton, founder and medical director of St. Francis Animal Hospital, said she knew this was the perfect time for St. Francis to help. “We have moved to a new and larger facility and we are in the process of adding boarding to the services we offer. These homeless pets in need will be our first boarding guests.”
The Louisiana dogs will be transported to St. Francis Animal Hospital on Saturday, August 27 housed initially in temporary digs at the new St. Francis location, 2727 Atlantic Blvd. Once Dr. Shelton and her medical team perform examinations and begin heartworm treatment plans for each dog, they will be available for foster care and adoption.
The five dogs coming from Louisiana will be treated for heartworms by St. Francis Animal Hospital and will be looking for their forever homes.
St. Francis Animal Hospital Needs Your Help!
Here is how you can help too:
- We will need volunteers to help care for the ten dogs on a daily basis. If you can volunteer to help, please CLICK HERE.
- We also need supplies such as dog bowls, towels and blankets, leashes and collars, paper towels, liquid laundry soap and bleach. Supplies can be dropped off at 2727 Atlantic Blvd.
- Donations can be made at www.saintfrancisanimalhospital.org/donate to help cover the costs for their medical care.
Updates regarding the care, treatment and adoption availability of these rescued dogs will be posted on www.facebook.com/SaintFrancisJax.
We are excited to announce that St. Francis Animal Hospital
It was a long weekend of moving and setting up equipment, exam rooms and offices. We are proud to say that St. Francis Animal Hospital is now open to see patients at our new location!
There will be a lot going on in the next couple of weeks as we get settled into our new home. We know that there are bound to be hiccups and glitches. So, please be patient with us as we work through the kinks.
We look forward to seeing you at our new location and to assist you in finding us, here are a few helpful directions:
It is important to know to that from Atlantic Blvd, you turn in from Monticello Road.
– Coming from the east, PASS the building once to get to Monticello Rd.
– From the West, you’ll pass the building twice, first to make a u-turn at the San Mateo Ave. light and then pass the building again to turn onto Monticello Rd