Meet Callie. Callie has been at the Warrick Humane Society for over 100 days and she's ready for a forever home! The staff adores Callie. They call her "Our Girl Callie." They are heartbroken she hasn't been picked. '

Callie is a 1.5-year-old Australian Shepherd/Lab Mix and she weighs about 50 lbs. Callie is spayed, heartworm-negative, microchipped, and up to date on all vaccines!


The staff said she's an energetic dog and likes to play rough. But she loves to play with other dogs so if your dog needs a dog, Callie just might be your gal! In fact, she has a BFF at the WHS. Her name is Lily and they love rough-housing together. Because of Callie's size and playful nature, she might be best suited for a home without very small children.

Callie is very affectionate and loves a good couch snuggle. The staff said that her mannerisms can come across as intimidating but you shouldn't let that stop you from coming to meet her because once you get to know her, she's a big baby and a very special dog.


In fact, she's a favorite at a local nursing home. She was chosen as a dog ambassador to go and visit residents and as you can see she immediately toned herself down to provide some much-needed dog snuggles to the residents. Callie is an incredibly smart dog. She knows basic commands and tricks and is potty-trained and crate-trained. Since Callie is mostly a working dog breed, she needs a job to keep her mind and body busy! Looks like she'd be the perfect candidate for a therapy dog!

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Because of Callie's status as one of our longest residents, they are DISCOUNTING her adoption fee by 20%!

If you are interested in learning more about Callie Girl feel free to come in during our open hours to meet her! The WHS is open Wednesday-Thursday 12-7 and Friday-Sunday 12-4.



Here's a list of what the WHS is CURRENTLY in need of:

  • Puppy Food (Dry + Wet) (We prefer products without corn, dye, and the first few ingredients being meat. Some good brands are: Taste of the Wild, 4health, and Blue Buffalo)
  • High Quality Adult Dog Food (WET + Dry) (We prefer products without corn, dye, and the first few ingredients being meat. Some good brands are: Taste of the Wild, 4health, and Blue Buffalo)
  • Disinfecting Bleach
  • Paper Towel
  • Kitten Food (Dry + Canned)
  • Dog Chews (NO Rawhide!)
  • Fabuloso
  • Spray Cheese
  • Essential Oils (Examples include: maple, banana, lavender, citrus, and peppermint extracts)


The Warrick Humane Society has partnered with HundredX for an incredible opportunity where Your Opinions Earn a Donation up to $15,000 for Puppy Kennels at the New Shelter! This is an easy-to-use program where you can earn up to $120 for WHS & it just takes a little bit of your time.

Here’s How It Works:

-Follow the Link & Chose The Warrick Humane Society as the Non-Profit you want to Support
-You can fill out up to 25 Surveys A Day
-Each Person can fill out a maximum of 75 Surveys Total to earn $120 for the Shelter

As a Thank You to all of our Supporters that Participate

Complete 50 Surveys & Pick Up a ‘Building Hope’ T-Shirt at the WHS Shelter
Complete 75 Surverys & Your Name will be added to a Commemorative Plaque Permanently Displayed at the New Shelter for helping to secure funding for New Puppy Kennels

**Please note we will need to see your email confirmation for Survey Completion when you come by the WHS Shelter

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