Just like his name indicates, Shadow needs a person or a family to follow around and just be the best boy. He is a 1.5-year-old lab/pit mix and has a sweet personality. He is good with most other dogs but isn't a fan of those stankin' CATS! (His words, not mine.)

Shadow is a cutie with a black and white coat and is learning all his manners but will take a patient family who can show him the ropes.

Interested in Shadow? Fill out an application here! 

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Our pet of the week from last week is still available as well. Meet Pocus.


Her name is Pocus and she's as sweet as she can be. The shelter staff told me she was a wildling when she came in but she gets better every day. And as you can tell by the video, she thinks hoomans are mainly for scratching and rubbing on her. What a princess!

Interested in Pocus? Fill out an application here! 




And our pet of the week from earlier this month is still available too if you are looking for a good boy. Yes, the goodest boy!


Hey y'all! I'm Locke! If there's one thing you should know about me it's that I LOVE TOYS. I CAN'T GET ENOUGH TOYS. TOYS ARE MY FAVORITEST THINGS IN THE WHOLE WORLD - besides my people.

Here's what my people have to say about me!

Locke has been at the shelter since June. He was heartworm positive but just got a clean bill of health this week and is ready to go to his forever home! Locke is an American Bulldog Mix that is 5 years old & weighs 83lbs. He is a strong dude that loves to play with toys. He does well with other dogs & likes kids.

Interested in Locke? Fill out an application here! 

If you are interested in any of the animals up for adoption at the WHS, please be aware of their current COVID-19 policies.

  • Adoptions are by appointment only - please fill out an adoption application online, and we will contact you to set up an appointment. Applications can be found here: https://warrickhumanesociety.org/adoption-info/
  • We will schedule three adoption appointments per hour, and only two people per family/group will be allowed in the shelter at one time. This will allow for people to spend time looking for the right pet while practicing social distancing. Additional people/family members will be allowed to wait outside and the pet (dogs only) can be taken out to meet with them. This will also allow ample time for staff to properly clean between each adoption.
  • To keep traffic to a minimum, we will not be allowing volunteers inside the shelter at this time. We will have things for volunteers to do outside. If you're interested, please email volunteerwarrick@gmail.com.
  • Warrick Tails on Trails has started up again! Please watch their Facebook page for details!


Pet Photo Contest

Warrick Humane Society is excited to bring back our annual Pet Photo Contest fundraiser!  We've set a goal of raising $4,000 to help with the medical care of the dogs and cats in our care.

Warrick Humane Society places many, many dogs and cats in loving homes each year, but let's be honest about this...YOU have the cutest pet with the biggest personality around, don't you?  Here’s your chance to show off your pet!  Enter your pet’s picture in the photo contest for just a $5 donation to WHS, and then encourage your family and friends to vote for your pet!  First, second, and third place win PAWSOME PRIZES!

The contest can be found online at https://www.gogophotocontest.com/warrickhumanesociety and runs from January 16, 2022 – February 12, 2022. 


WHS Supply Needs

If you want to adopt but can't, consider donating something to the shelter. They are currently in need of: Cat litter - any brand, laundry detergent - any brand HE, and bleach. There are also some upcoming fundraisers and events.

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