Allow us to introduce you to this week's Pet of the Week from the Vanderburgh Humane Society.

Meet Chompers!

Chomper here! I’m a 3-year-old terrier mix and long-time resident of VHS. If you couldn’t already tell, I’m a very sweet and beefy boy. Sometimes I underestimate my own beefiness, so look out toddlers—I WILL bulldoze over you. I generally love everyone I meet and play well with other dogs. I’m very treat-motivated and LOVE belly rubs and car rides. I’m heartworm positive, but the VHS will treat me (at no extra cost to you) once I’m adopted and can recover in a home. Come out and meet me, I promise you’ll immediately fall in love with my goofy side! My adoption fee is $25 thanks to the Bissel Foundation and includes my neuter, microchip, and heartworm treatment.
Browse all adoptable pets at vhslifesaver.org.

What's happening at the VHS?

Vanderburgh Humane Society Jobs

The VHS is seeking a full-time Veterinary Assistant or Registered Veterinary Technician for our Low-Cost Spay/Neuter and Vaccine Clinic! 

Join our top-notch team and have an impact on more than 8,000 community pets a year! Interested in applying? Please email your resume to a.stock@vhslifesaver.org
To learn more about this and other open positions, visit our website:
We offer standard cat and dog vaccinations, basic disease testing (FELV, FIV, Heartworm), flea prevention, heartworm prevention, and ID microchipping.
Walk-in ONLY! Open 7:30 am-1:30 pm
First come, first serve via taking a number system.
Please understand that we try to see as many clients as possible, but the demand is often greater than time allows.
**IMPORTANT** If you are bringing an un-vaccinated puppy, please keep them off of the ground to minimize the risk of spreading disease/illness.
Upcoming Saturday pet vaccine clinic dates:
August 6 & 20
September 3 & 17
Visit https://www.vhslifesaver.org/vaccineclinic for more information. This is a vaccine clinic ONLY. To learn about our spay/neuter services, visit www.vhslifesaver.org/clinic/our-services

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