Pet Friendly Florida Politicians
Patricia Stephens, Owner, FloridaPets.net
NOTE: This page is currently under construction.
Fortunately, issues about pets are usually some of the most bipartisan matters dealt with in Tallahassee or on Capitol Hill. Lawmakers have a huge say about pet issues and so it behooves us to know which politicians are pet-friendly - and which ones are not. We are voters with pets. Here at FloridaPets.net, we've been researching this matter and have several names to present to you for your consideration in any upcoming elections.
On the Federal Level
On the State Level
On the Local Level
(Additional Senators and/or Representatives not cited by Humane Society above, but noted by readers of FloridaPets.net and why)
How to Keep Track of What is Going On
1. Keep track of any bills in the Florida House of Representatives dealing with pets, animals, etc., by entering those words in "bill text" box - leave everything else blank.
2. Keep track of any bills in the Florida Senate dealing with pets, animals, etc., by entering those words in the "Search Bill Text" (on the left column.)
3. Keep in touch with the lawmakers
Here is the contact information for Florida State Legislators:
Senate: The Capitol, Tallahassee, FL 32399, 850-487-5270
Web site: The Florida Senate
House: The Capitol, Tallahassee, FL 32399, 850-488-1234
Web site: Florida House of Representatives
1. Dog Politics
This is a great blog, offering lots of resources relating to dogs and politicians.
So there you go! We hope this information will prove helpful to our readers. If there's a name here that should not be included, if you know of someone who should be added to this list, or if there is any incorrect info at all on this list, please email Us.
Other helpful links
1. Party for the Animals isn't a fundraiser; it's a "virtual" yet real U.S. political action group established in 2010 to help advance animal welfare by influencing actions within our two-party political system.