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Help give a second chance to horses and livestock who suffer from cruelty, starvation or abandonment.

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You can save a life

You can save a life

Help give a second chance to horses and livestock who suffer from cruelty, starvation or abandonment

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Operation Goat

Freedom was gained for almost 100 farm animals held under horrible conditions last July

SFSPCA rescues over 100 animals Laurie Waggoner with Goat Rescues Lily the baby goat

South Florida SPCA Mission & Vision

Driven by the need to serve abandoned and starving horses, and with the vision to create a safe haven for them, the South Florida SPCA, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization was formed. The mission of the South Florida Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is to rescue, rehabilitate horses and other livestock in Miami Dade County and safely rehome them across the country.

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* South Florida SPCA is not a first responder in the case of cruelty, starvation or abandonment. You must call the Miami Dade Police Department.
• If you are reporting a non-emergency case of cruelty, starvation of abandonment, 
please call 305-476-5423
• If an animal is at large running loose, in imminent danger, or could create a lethal situation, please call 911

South Florida SPCA

Saving horses & other livestock every day

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Donate Now to save a life today!

Your donation provides a safe haven for rehabilitation for horses and livestock who suffer from cruelty, starvation or abandonment.

You make it possible for the South Florida SPCA to provide species appropriate feeding and re-feeding, proper veterinary and hoof care, and to allow the animals to rehabilitate in a safe and proper environment so that they get a second chance in life. Donate Now to save a life today!

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Adopt Me

Adopt a rescue and give one of our horses, ponies or other livestock a second chance at a permanent loving home. Whether you are looking for a riding horse or a pony, a companion animal, or some livestock to round out your farm, our rescues are ready for you to open up your heart and home.

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Our Partners

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Collaborators, Featured Partners, Partners|

Softshell Design worked with the South Florida SPCA to design their new logo with icons and website. Softshell updated the SFSPCA brand and image to reflect the 'Helping Hand' we lend to animals in need of rescue, rehabilitation and love. The new website strives to portray the professionalism and consideration we provide to our rescues.

  • Softshell Design

    Softshell Design worked with the South Florida SPCA to design their new logo with icons and website. Softshell updated the SFSPCA brand and image to reflect the 'Helping Hand' we lend to animals in need of rescue, rehabilitation and love. The new website strives to portray the professionalism and consideration we provide to our rescues.

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    Equus Foundation

    The South Florida SPCA would like to extend its gratitude to the EQUUS Foundation, who is issuing support in the form of a grant, to be used to help us continue our work, rescuing and rehabilitating horses...

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    Creative Network Innovations

    Creative Network Innovations has donated web hosting services to the South Florida SPCA since 1999! We want to express our heartfelt gratitude and share what outstanding, collaborative partners...

Become a Member & Volunteer

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When you become a Member of South Florida SPCA you join the family of people who provide feed, veterinary and farrier services, training, and refuge for our abused, abandoned and neglected horses and livestock.

With membership comes the privilege to volunteer at the rescue ranch. Volunteering might be hard work when it comes to barn chores time, or it can be fun and entertaining when volunteering for events, but volunteering in all capacities will warm your heart as you interact and develop relationships with the animals while helping care for them.

Get Involved

Rescue Brings Freedom on the Fourth of July

Featured News, Press, SFSPCA News|

The Fourth of July, Independence Day, may not have come this year with customary big celebrations. There was, however, freedom gained for almost 100 farm animals held under horrible conditions. For all the beauty of Redland, thick foliage, fences, and properties set back from the road can also hide grim secrets.

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About South Florida SPCA

In 1992, following Hurricane Andrew, the South Florida SPCA was founded out of a need to help abandoned horses. Over the course of time a small effort to help individual horses grew to an organization that serves all horses and livestock who are victims of cruelty, starvation and or abandonment.

As the organization matured, The South Florida SPCA became collaborators with Miami Dade Animal Services, received accreditation with Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance and Global Federations of Sanctuaries and began to serve the entire Miami Dade County community. We have rescued over 2,500 horses in the course of time. As well as all the farm livestock we have rescued, there have been llamas, alpaca’s, geese, and even a camel or two.

Our History
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SFSPCA STAFF

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