Let us introduce you to this week’s. pet of the week of the Vanderburgh Humane Society.
Follow your nose and it will lead you home. That’s my motto, anyway! My name is Lucky and I am a 5 year old beagle who is up for adoption at the Vanderburgh Humane Society. A little about me: I’m great with kids and other dogs, I’m not big on toys (at least in a shelter setting), I jump VERY HIGH for treats, and I live for snuggles. I’m so soft and squishy I think you’ll live to snuggle after you meet me too! My adoption fee is $150, which includes my neuter, microchip, and vaccinations.
Find all adoptable pets at vhslifesaver.org.
What is happening on the VHS?
The low-cost vaccine clinic is this Saturday, December 3!
We offer standard dog and cat vaccinations, basic disease testing (FELV, FIV, heartworm), flea prevention, heartworm prevention and identification microchipping. ONLY to enter! 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. You will be served in order of arrival. (PLEASE NOTE: our December 3 clinic will end at 1 pm sharp.)
Please understand that we try to see as many customers as possible, but demand is often higher than time allows.
Next Saturday Pet Vaccine Clinic Dates:
Visit https://www.vhslifesaver.org/vaccineclinic for more information. This is a vaccination clinic ONLY. For more information on our spay/neuter services, visit www.vhslifesaver.org/clinic/our-services
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