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Over 150 supporters and animal lovers were there and dogs of all kinds and sizes ..
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A judge granted custody of the dogs to The HSUS on Sept. 9, and actions were immediately taken to place them into permanent shelters where they could receive additional medical attention, be spayed or neutered, and be made available for adoption into loving homes. The labs were placed at Windham County Humane Society in Brattleboro, Vt.; the Humane Society of Chittenden County in Burlington, Vt.; Central Vermont Humane Society in Montpelier, Vt.; and Animal Welfare Society in Kennebunk, Maine.
Tucked on a hillside of woods and fields in West Windsor, Vermont, the Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society provides care and housing to homeless cats and dogs.
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Kasandra is Central Vermont Humane Society’s Dog Training Program Coordinator. She is the one responsible for planning our class schedules and for getting students signed up for the appropriate class. Kasandra is also one of our dog trainers and offers classes for dogs of all ages and skill levels, from puppy kindergarten to tricks and games. She also teaches a very popular class in downtown Montpelier called Rovers About Town where dogs and handlers are able to practice their skills in a real life environment. Springfield Humane Society has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Springfield, Vermont.
Photo provided by FlickrCentral Vermont Humane Society has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in East Montpelier, VT.
Photo provided by FlickrVermont Volunteer Services for Animals Humane Society has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Bridgewater, Vermont.
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The Humane Society of the United States assisted the Vermont State Police in the seizure of more than 50 Labrador retrievers from a Vermont home where they were being kept in deplorable conditions. The majority of the animals were extremely malnourished and suffering from various parasitic and other health concerns. The HSUS and other organizations cared for the dogs for seven weeks at a temporary shelter while awaiting a hearing to determine their custody. During that time, staff members from Second Chance Animal Shelter, one of The HSUS’ emergency placement partners, also assisted with the care of these dogs.Central Vermont Humane Society shelters and adopts domestic dogs, cats, and small animals such as rabbits and guinea pigs. We offer dog training classes, community clinics for low-cost rabies vaccinations and microchips, and education to animal guardians. CVHS also works to prevent and address animal cruelty and neglect, and supports legislative efforts to protect animals in Vermont. CVHS’s humane education programs for kids include Humane Heroes kids club as well as a popular summer camp.We serve many communities in Windsor County, Vermont, and also communities in the nearby Upper Connecticut River Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire. Tucked on a hillside of woods and fields in West Windsor, Vermont, the Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society provides care and housing to homeless cats and dogs. LMHS takes in and seeks homes for animals. Some animals stay at the facility for weeks or even months until they are adopted. The shelter does not euthanize animals unless there is a strong medical or behavioral reason to do so. Healthy animals that are good candidates for successful placement stay at the shelter until they find a home.YOU Can Make a Difference! Help us reach the goal of $48,000! Walk for Animals is the most important annual fundraiser for the shelter animals at Central Vermont Humane Society. No pet chooses to be homeless, yet every year over 1,100 dogs, cats and other small animals are cared for temporarily at Central Vermont Humane Society until they are adopted into loving forever homes.“Many of these dogs were living cramped in filthy wire pens in dank, windowless outhouses. This is precisely why Vermont desperately needs to pass legislation regulating large-scale breeders,” said Joanne Bourbeau, Vermont state director for The HSUS. “The Humane Society of the United States is proud to work with local groups to give these animals the second chance they deserve.”