Dianne Wiles

Dianne Wiles

'He picked us:' Romeo goes home from Mega Adoption Event

The final number will come Monday, after paperwork from all the participating rescue groups has been submitted, said Dianne Wiles, development director of First Coast More Homeless Pets. Such regional adoption events are held three or four times a year to ease overcrowding at area ...

Families find a pet for the holidays

“Tory’s picky about her dog friends,” said Dianne Wiles of First Coast No More Homeless Pets. “But she loves people and love kids.” About 15 area animal shelters brought pets to the Jacksonville Fairgrounds for Home for the Holidays. They held a similar event in July that saw 946 pets ...

Pets adopted at Mega Adoption Event

Dianne Wiles, of First Coast No More Homeless Pets, says the goal is for at least 1,000 dogs and cats to be adopted, which would surpass last year's number of 946. "A lot of blood, sweat and tears goes into this to get ready for it, and this is where it all pays off is seeing these guys ...

Dogtoberfest fundraiser

DOG- tober- FEST is tomorrow at Met Park.And we have a preview of some of the hip costumes you'll see... Dianne Wiles is here to show us...and talk about the event.This is the Big fundraiser FREE admission VIP TIX available- $25 ultimate air dogs dock diving video from youtube of ...

Over 1,000 Pets for Adoption at the Jacksonville Fairgrounds

Dianne Wiles from First Coast No More Homeless Pets (FCNMHP) spoke about the Mega event with featured dogs waiting for a new home on First Coast News. Check out four amazingly smart and well trained dogs you could meet and make a part of your family this weekend. Super adoption events ...

Pet adoption event this weekend

So we're really reaching out to the community," FCNMHP Developmental Director Dianne Wiles said. The more animals that get adopted, the closer the shelters i nJacksonville are to becoming a no kill community. The event will be held at ACPS located at 2020 Forest Street on Friday and ...

Free cat neutering event takes place

"Spay and neuter truly is the way to end the needless killings of dogs and cats in our shelters," said Dianne Wiles. "That's why it's number one on our lists and our programs. " For anyone who didn't make it out to the event but has a cat that needs to be spayed or neutered, First Coast ...

Animal shelter overcapacity, homes needed|Action News Jacksonville News, Weather & Sports

"If more come in the door than are going out the door, hard decisions have to be made," said Dianne Wiles with Animal Care and protective services partner, First Coast No More Homeless Pets. They're calling it an adoption and foster care emergency. "Nobody wants to make those decisions," ...

Feral cats creating public health problem|Action News Jacksonville News, Weather & Sports

"We really need the community to step up and help solve this problem," said Dianne Wiles, Development Director for FCNMHP. Wiles says the organization treats and releases 14,000 feral cats each year. There's no vaccine for toxoplasmosis, however. Wiles says there's no ...

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