Episode 27: Our guest is Theresa Scordo with the Jacksonville Humane Society. In this episode we chat with Theresa about the wide variety of services JHS offers and she gives us some tips to make sure your home and kids are ready for a new furry friend.
Episode 27: Show Notes
Episode 27: About our Guest
Theresa Scordo is originally from New York but moved to Jacksonville in 2010 when she left a position with the New York Islanders Hockey Club to work for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Her background is in sports management, and she comes to us from the Jacksonville Armada FC. She previously volunteered with the Jacksonville Humane Society in a corporate setting and on her own time when first moving to Jacksonville. She is passionate about animal welfare and making Jacksonville an even better place to live.
About Jacksonville Humane Society
The Jacksonville Humane Society is a local, independent, 501c3 non-profit in Jacksonville, Florida. They care for nearly 9,000 dogs and cats each year and offer a wide range of community programs including pet adoption, support for pet owners, resources for lost and found animals, low-cost veterinary care, public training classes, youth programs, and more.
The Jacksonville Humane Society provides care, comfort and compassion to animals in need while engaging the hearts, hands and minds of our community to bring about an end to the killing of abandoned and orphaned shelter animals.
Episode 27: About our Sponsor
George Moore Chevrolet is proud to serve the people of North Florida. As the premier franchise dealership in Jacksonville, they are reinventing and revitalizing the heritage of their dealership while doing it from a beautiful and brand-new 30,000-square-foot facility. They are conveniently located at 10979 Atlantic Blvd. They are constantly determined to provide the best that Chevrolet has to offer. Their inventory is up-to-date with some of the most popular models. They offer a lot of choices and excellent service – all at a location in Jacksonville that is easy to find and access.