Amy from the Humane Society of West Michigan wasn't able to come into the studio this morning due, of course, to the COVID-19, but talked on the phone with me about Indy!

Indy is a handsome 4-year-old pup who is whip-smart and eager to please! Before entering our care, this adventurous guy never had a home indoors, so he'd love to find an owner who will have the time, patience, and experience to help him adjust to the new lifestyle of a spoiled indoor dog. If you're interested in adopting Indy, please visit our website at www.hswestmi.org

Amy also talked about:

Announcing HSWM Junior Board!

Humane Society of West Michigan is excited to announce the official launch of our brand new HSWM Junior Board!

The goal of the HSWM Junior Board will be to develop the next generation of animal advocates and HSWM supporters, engage a broader audience of the West Michigan community, and assist the current staff and Board of Directors in the execution of initiatives and programs to propel the mission of Humane Society of West Michigan.

We are looking for dedicated, self-starting young professionals beginning their careers, who want to make a real impact on animals in need. Applications are live today and will be open through April 1st. We look forward to learning more about you and exploring the potential partnership that we may have with this initiative!

Submitting an application is easy, visit our mobile-friendly app, and apply from the comfort of your home today at www.hswestmi.org/juniorboard

Bark and Brunch Event

Come join us next week, Monday, January 18th, for our Bark and Brunch event at The Omelette Shoppe and Sundance Grill on 28th street!

This fun fundraiser will support pets in need, while also giving you an excuse to treat yourself to a delicious meal! From 7 am - 2 pm, mention Humane Society of West Michigan, and 15% of your carry-out, dine-in, or gift card purchases will be donated to pets in our care!

If you’re thinking about going, RSVP to our Bark and Brunch event page on Facebook to make sure you don’t miss out on this awesome opportunity!

Doggy Backpacks

You have helped our Foster and Dog's Day Out programs grow exponentially during COVID, and our dogs are now getting more exposure than ever! However, many people who see our adoptable dogs out and about assume they already have loving homes, so we'd like to fix that by arming our volunteers with a few of these cute, trendy backpacks!

Please consider purchasing and sending us one of these 'doggy packs' through the link below to help identify our adoptable pets while they're out on adventures, and also give our volunteers an easy way to carry essentials like toys, treats, water, and potty bags.

Please visit www.hswestmi.org to view profiles and learn more about adopting!

 

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