The Humane Society of Huron Valley hoped that adopting a pet while on vacation would free up more space at the facility. Good results, but still down about 30% from last year.
That’s why, with the start of the new year, they’re offering new incentives for pet adoption.
Wendy Welch of the Human Society of Huron Valley says the new “Gold Hearts” program will waive adoption fees for certain pets that have been there longer than usual.
“The often-overlooked wallflowers don’t show up in front of the kennel, so we need space and time.
Free transfers for these “Gold Heart Club” animals, she said, include sterilization and neutering, vaccines, initial health checks and microchip IDs.
- Click here for the link to the “Gold Hearts Club” information
- Here is a link to HSHV transferable pets. Those who have the emblem of “Gold Hearts Club” can use it for free
- Click here for the link to the “Gold Hearts Club” Facebook page
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