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Pet Resources

We all know how important pets can be to you and your family. Below, you will find a list of rescue centers and pet care facilities in the areas surrounding our stores.

Vanderburgh Humane Society

The Vanderburgh Humane Society, Inc. (VHS), a tax exempt, 501(c)(3) organization, was founded in 1957 to provide protection for homeless animals, intervention for animals in abusive environments, and community education to encourage prevention of animal abuse and pet overpopulation.

Visit The Vanderburgh Humane Society

UPCs For Trees: Earthborn Holistic Dog Food

You can build forests around the world and help reduce harmful greenhouse gases when you participate in the Earthborn Holistic® UPCs for Trees program. Send in your Earthborn Holistic® UPCs and we’ll have a tree planted. It’s easy as 1, 2, 3.

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Warrick Humane Society

Warrick Humane Society was incorporated in 1983 and opened its No Kill shelter on Vann Road in 1997. Our mission is to end the animal overpopulation crisis in the community, to find homes for homeless and neglected animals and to provide educational programs and community services for the mutual benefit of animals and people.

Visit The Warrick Humane Society

PC Pound Puppies

In late 2004, two of our founding members began volunteering with the Posey County/Mt. Vernon Animal Control Shelter in an effort to give dogs that come into the shelter a new home and a second chance at life. ALL stray dogs picked up anywhere in Posey County by our two animal control officers are brought to this shelter.

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Humane Society of Clarksville-Montgomery County

Clarksville’s first-ever high-quality high-volume low-cost spay-neuter clinic. We are using the Humane Alliance model, which has assisted 80+ groups to successfully open & operate spay-neuter clinics across the country.

Visit The Humane Society of Clarksville-Montgomery County

PAAWS No-Kill Animal Rescue

Our volunteers foster our rescue animals in their homes. We do not have a building, or shelter. Our volunteers devote time and love to each and every animal. Our volunteers administer medications when needed for sick animals, care for wounded, and rescue the neglected, abused and unwanted animals. We are very passionate about our efforts and hope that you are able to see that on the faces of the animals.

Visit PAWS No-Kill Animal Rescue

It Takes a Village Canine Rescue

We rescue animals no one else wants and who have no options left – animals that have been abused, abandoned or neglected.  We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit, mostly volunteer,  NO-KILL, privately run rescue in Evansville, Indiana. We are a grassroots organization who relies on community members for volunteering and donating for the cause.

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Indiana Horse Rescue

Our volunteers foster our rescue animals in their homes. We do not have a building, or shelter. Our volunteers devote time and love to each and every animal. Our volunteers administer medications when needed for sick animals, care for wounded, and rescue the neglected, abused and unwanted animals. We are very passionate about our efforts and hope that you are able to see that on the faces of the animals.

Visit Indiana Horse Rescue

Pets 911-Lost and Found for Dogs and Cats

Pets 911 is partnered with many of the nation’s largest animal welfare organizations, such as the Humane Society of the United States, SPAY/USA, Alley Cat Allies, HALO and thousands of local shelters and rescues across the country to provide this valuable information to the public.

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Dog Food Advisor

The Dog Food Advisor is a public service website designed to help you make a more informed decision when buying dog food. Since 2008, my staff and I have researched, reviewed and rated more than 4,563 dog food products. Our current team includes two dedicated research assistants, an experienced social media admin as well as one extraordinarily knowledgeable (and generous) veterinarian.

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PetFinder.com

Welcome to Petfinder.com-The virtual home of 322,560 adoptable pets from 13,579 adoption agencies. Browse pets available for adoption in your community and across the country. The perfect way to find your perfect friend!

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Financial Aid For Pets

You might not have to surrender your pet to a shelter. Organizations all over the country can help with veterinary care plus the cost of food, supplies, and more.

Visit The Guide To Financial Aid For Pets

Pet Industry Distributors Association

The mission of the Pet Industry Distributors Association is to enhance the well-being of the wholesaler-distributor, to promote partnerships with their suppliers and customers, and to work cooperatively in fostering the human-companion animal bond.

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McCracken County Humane Society

McCracken County Humane Society (MCHS) is a private 501c3 organization. The animals available for adoption at the MCHS are healthy animals that were either surrendered by individual owners, brought to us by Animal Control, or were lost or stray animals that were not reclaimed.

Visit The McCracken County Humane Society

Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council

We at the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council (PIJAC) know that pets play an important role in our lives. The benefits of pets are endless from companionship to reducing stress and blood pressure to increasing a child’s sense of responsibility, compassion and promoting an interest in conservation. That’s why the vast majority of American families have one or more pets.

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American Pet Products Association

The mission of the American Pet Products Association (APPA) is to promote responsible pet care and advance the pet products industry.  Founded in 1958, APPA is the leading trade association in the pet industry made up of more than 1,300 pet product manufacturers, their representatives, importers and livestock suppliers.

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World Pet Association

Seek. Share. Inspire. Everything the World Pet Association does is about uniting the pet community through knowledge, integrity, innovation and leadership.

Visit The World Pet Association

Marine Aquarium Societies of North America

MASNA is a non-profit organization composed of marine aquarium clubs, individual hobbyists, and industry partners from North America and abroad, totaling several thousand individuals.

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United States Association of Reptile Keepers

The United States Association of Reptile Keepers strives to uphold the highest ethical standards in the keeping, care, breeding and sale of reptiles and amphibians.

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North American Reptile Breeders Conference

The shows are one of the best places for the general public and breeders alike to come out and meet many of the World’s top Reptile Breeders face to face. Every year the breeders bring out their top projects and showcase them at the NARBC Shows.

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SPINS Neighborhood Pet Channel

For 20 years, SPINS has been on a mission to increase the presence and accessibility of Natural and better-for-you products that help people live their healthiest and best lives and drive sustainable production practices in North America.

Visit The SPINS Neighborhood Pet Channel