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Phone PO Box 711
Email hsscinfo@frontier.com
Location 1176 N. Gardner
Scottsburg, IN 47170
Hours Tuesday - Friday 4-6 pm
Sat 1-3 pm
Closed Sunday
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Featured Pet Of The Week

This guy has been wandering the county roads for several weeks and is now safe at the shelter waiting for a new home. He was in remarkably good shape with bright eyes and a healthy coat so all the neighbors were feeding him as he wandered. Someone worked with him. He makes supurb eye contact and seems to want to please. He will sit on command and probably knows a few other things as well!!! He will need lots of running room in his new home. Quite active and for those folks who know the herding breed mentality. Contact kjbarger@hotmail.com
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More Pets Who Need Homes     Last updated  2021-05-14

"May" blue heeler mix
1 yr   female

This young gal was part of a group that were surrendered because of the conditions they were living in. This one had a horrendous living situation and is so very glad to be in a clean environment with fresh food and clean water in her kennel. Contact tluta@gmail.com

"Lilly" hound mix
1-2 yrs   female

What a sweet, gentle soul! Lilly was found with hundreds of ticks on her body and after testing, we found that she indeed has one of those tick borne diseases and is being treated. She is housebroken and will even go into her crate on her own if she gets in trouble! She is not a barker and quiet in her crate. Since she is a hound, it is not surprising that she can be pretty stubborn and is a counter surfer. However, her loving demeanor makes it easy to forgive her! She loves other dogs and enjoys playing with all sizes! Contact ms.snow.again@gmail.com

"Fanny" Pitbull
2-3 yrs   female

AT THE SCOTT COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER...Has some skin issues and has had more than her fair share of puppies during her life. Happy girl with people but may be best as an only dog.

"Molly" shepherd/hound mix
2 yrs   spayed female

ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL DOG! Owner passed away and Molly ended up at the shelter. Believe she had been an outside dog but once she got over her fear of being at the shelter, she warmed up and loved to be loved on. Foster dad said he felt like she had been in a house at one point because she enjoys being in a house. Big & Strong and has been getting some leash training. A good 100#. Excellent girl! Is now Housebroken. Wonderful at the recent adoption fair! Contact dragondogdc@gmail.com

"Victor" lab mix
1-2 yrs   neutered male

Victor is a happy, healthy fellow that plays well with other dogs and sure enjoys human companionship as well! Contact shadyblue64@outlook.com

"Tess" wirehaired petite griffon mix
2 yrs   spayed female

This gal is a happy doll and a hoot to watch....but be careful because she has a devil streak in her! Tess is a very possessive little dog so a dog savvy owner will be the best for her and NO children in her future. NO cats either. Tess would much prefer to be the boss over her family humans and will be fine if she realizes that is not acceptable! She is housebroken, crate trained, great with other animals and only weighs about 15#. Contact ms.snow.again@gmail.com

tv time!!!!
   

TV TIME ... It didn't take these guys long to get into the swing of their new surroundings. They love their new cattery but would love a new "home sweet home" even more! Come by and see the cats!

Hours are Tuesday through Friday from 4-6 pm
Saturday from 1-3 pm

HELP!
   

HELP!

WE NEED COLLARS AND LEASHES FOR OUR DOGS! ALL OUR FOSTER DOGS ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR COLLARS WITH THEIR IDENTIFICATION TAGS/RABIES TAGS AT ALL TIMES. WE NEED COLLARS AND LEASHES OF ALL SIZES (WE NEED THE MOST OF SMALLS AND MEDIUMS) --- ANY COLOR; ANY KIND!
THANKS!!!! IF YOU HAVE ANY DONATIONS, PLEASE CALL 812-752-7500

Memorials
   

If you have loved and lost a pet, you might want to write a memorial and send it to our local web site at www.hsscottcountyin.com along with a picture. What a great way to keep your pet's memory alive!

HUMANE SOCIETY OF SCOTT COUNTY'S MISSION
   

HUMANE SOCIETY OF SCOTT COUNTY, INDIANA is a non-profit organization, designed to aid the Scott County Animal Shelter, to have an aggressive adoption program in order to decrease the number of animals being euthanized, to release animals into the care of reputable rescue organizations, and to educate the community on the importance of spay/neuter and pet ownership responsibility.
  

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