Placencia Humane Society
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Read the heartwarming story of Roscoe's new home, June 22, 2013!

Thanks to Our Volunteers!

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PHS Update! Dec. 2012








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Peanut Brittle needs a Home
(more adorable adoptables!)

Itchy aka Peanut Brittle is in foster care at the moment but she needs a loving furever home. This wonderful dog is house trained, and very well mannered.

We are looking for a home for sweet Pepe! Pepe has been under HBHS care for the last several years. He's an old guy, and his caretaker has to move out of the country due to life's unknown circumstances that sometimes we all must face. Due to Pepe's age and having lived his life in warm climates, she would prefer not to have to take him through the trauma of air flight, and life in cold weather. He's been a loving companion and gentle housedog. If anyone in the Hopkins area is looking for a best friend to spend slow, hot days with, please contact us at hopkinsbelizehumanesociety@gmail.com.
There is an urgent need for foster homes for our canine and feline guests. If you can help please call us at: 501-670-4130 / 501-625-9573 or email: info@placencia-pets.org

To join the Placencia Humane Society please send your Name, Address, Email, and Phone # along with membership dues (see below) to:
Placencia Humane Society,
General Delivery,
Placencia, Belize,
Central America.

Student, BZ $ 10/year - Individual, BZ $ 20/year - Family (2-5), BZ $ 30/year - Patron, *BZ$ 100/year - Benefactor, *BZ$ 1000/year

Membership benefits include a complimentary pet pedicure at each monthly vet clinic, membership ID card and invitations to quarterly meetings (attendance welcomed but NOT mandatory).
* Patron & Benefactor memberships also include a complimentary PHS T-shirt.

We accept:

When a person buys a "pet" they acquire property. When a person adopts a
companion animal they gain a member of the family.