The Vermont Spay Neuter Incentive Program (VSNIP) would like to inform the public that there is no longer a waiting list and
this means the processing and issuing of vouchers has resumed. To apply for the program please visit www.vsnip.vt.gov.
For further inquiries about the program, please call 1-855-478-7647.
Welcome to the Homeward Bound: Addison County’s Humane Society
- We envision a world that is nurturing and compassionate towards all animals.
- We envision a world where no animal suffers from abuse or neglect.
- We envision a world in which all people regard companion animals as lifelong, valued family members.
Pet First Aid & CPR Workshop May 17th
Join Lora Hoops, instructor with Pet Tech, the premier Pet CPR, First Aid & Care Program, on May 17th at 12:30 to learn life-saving skills for your pet! Three types of CPR, restraint & muzzling, rescue breathing, choking management, shock management, bleeding protocols, snake bite, insect bites & stings, pet first aid kit contents, priorities of care, primary pet assessment, snout-to-tail wellness assessment, injury assessment, heat & cold injuries, and assessing a pet’s vitals are among the topics that will be covered. In addition, this class will have a component on Hiking and Walking with your Dog that will address the top 6 First Aid situations you may come across out on the trail. Space is limited; register early at http://bit.ly/1G0JqEs! Cost of this workshop is $100 and a portion of all proceeds will benefit Homeward Bound.
Our 2015 Homeward Bound Dining Cards are now available for purchase on-line, via mail, or in the shelter. The 2015 Dining Cards feature an expanded selection of participating restaurants as well as your old favorites!
Purchasing a Dining Card is a great way to stretch your entertainment budget, support local businesses, and contribute to a great cause–helping Homeward Bound care for homeless and neglected animals!.