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Allow us to introduce you to this week pet of the week of the Vanderburgh Humane Society.

Meet Chompers!

Shop here! I am a 3 year old terrier mix and long time resident of VHS. If you couldn’t tell already, I’m a very sweet and strong boy. Sometimes I underestimate my own toughness, so watch out toddlers – I’m going to bulldoze you. I generally like everyone I meet and play well with other dogs. I am very into treats and I LOVE tummy massages and car rides. I am a heartworm carrier, but VHS will treat me (at no additional cost to you) once I am adopted and can recover in a home. Come and meet me, I promise you will immediately fall in love with my clumsy side! My adoption fee is $25 through the Bissel Foundation and includes my spay, microchip, and heartworm treatment.

What’s going on on VHS?

Vanderburgh Humane Society Jobs

The VHS is seeking a full-time Veterinary Assistant or Licensed Veterinary Technician for our low cost spaying and vaccination clinic!

Join our world-class team and impact over 8,000 pets per year! Interested in applying? Please send your resume to [email protected]

To learn more about this and other vacancies, visit our website:

We offer standard vaccinations for cats and dogs, basic disease testing (FELV, FIV, Heartworm), flea prevention, heartworm prevention and microchip identification.

Walk-in ONLY! Open from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

First come, first served via a numbering system.

Please understand that we try to see as many clients as possible, but demand is often greater than time allows.

**IMPORTANT** If you are bringing an unvaccinated puppy, please keep them off the floor to minimize the risk of spreading disease.

Dates for upcoming pet vaccination clinics on Saturday:

August 6 & 20

September 3 & 17

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