A dog isn't really considered a puppy anymore once they hit their first birthday. Unfortunately, three little ones have already spent nearly half of their puppyhood at the Warrick Humane Society.

It's been 90 days since Robin Egg, Coconut Nest, and Cotton Candy arrived at WHS. They came in March when they were just 10 weeks old, and their journey hasn't been easy. Shortly after their arrival, they had to battle and thankfully survived Parvovirus, a deadly illness. Despite their resilience, they've been repeatedly overlooked.

These sweet Lab/Heeler mixes are playful bundles of joy who simply want a loving family to call their own. Robin Egg, Cotton Candy, and Coconut Nest adore everyone they meet – whether it's people, kids, or other dogs. They do get a bit extra excited initially, but they are puppies! Give them some time and they'll settle down, revealing their true, affectionate selves.

They are up to date on all vaccines, deworming, flea/tick, and heartworm prevention. They are neutered/spayed, microchipped, and heartworm-negative. To help them find their furever home, the WHS is offering 50% OFF their adoption fees until 7/10.

If you're interested in the puppies or any of the WHS's other adoptable pets, please fill out an adoption application online at https://warrickhumanesociety.org/adoption/
Their hours are Wednesday-Thursday 12-7 and Friday-Sunday 12-4. Their address is 5722 S Vann Rd, Newburgh IN 47630.


Tastee Freeze Giveback

Grab some breakfast, lunch or dinner and OBVIOUSLY some yummy ice cream at TF Ice Cream any time on Saturday, July 27th. 10% of your purchase will be donated back to the animals in need at the Warrick Humane Society!

Donations Needed

- Paper Towels
- Kitchen Trash Bags
- Fabuloso (No Lavender or Citrus Scents)
- Puppy Pads
- Wet Puppy Food
- Dry Puppy Food (we prefer without corn, dyes, and with the first few ingredients being meat. Some good brands include: Taste of the Wild, 4Health, and Blue Buffalo)
- Wet Kitten Food
- Dry Kitten Food (we prefer without corn, dyes, and with the first few ingredients being meat. Some good brands include: Taste of the Wild, 4Health, and Blue Buffalo)
Donations can be dropped off ANYTIME!! They have a 'Donations' bin outside our front door!

Items Needed for Silent Auction

Join WHS for our Annual Online Auction August 19th - August 25th! They will have something for everyone. This is one of their largest fundraisers, and they can't wait to show you all of the great auction items available for bidding! Stay tuned for more details. If you'd like to donate items, drop them off at the shelter.

Petting Zoos Within Driving Distance of the Tri-State

Anyone who knows me knows that I prefer animals over people most days. I tell my boyfriend all of the time that when we retire, I want a little plot of land with some cows, goats, pigs, chickens, and a whole lot of dogs. A girl can dream, right?
Sadly, since I can't have my own farm anytime soon, I guess I will settle for enjoying other people's animals, which means frequenting petting zoos and farms is pretty common for us. Luckily, I don't have to drive far to pet all the animals I can fit into a day.
From elephants to highland cattle to Clydesdales and a coatimundi, the tristate offers a wide variety of petting zoos that can be visited in a short day trip. Next thing you know, you'll be making your own list of animals to have on your own dream farm like me.

Gallery Credit: Melissa Nelson

How To Tell Someone You're From Warrick County Without Saying You're From Warrick County

There are several ways to tell someone where you're from without actually telling them where you're from. Let's take Warrick County for example.

Gallery Credit: Travis Sams