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We also have a special adoption event at the Westside Pet Food Center Store in Evansville, IN
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Dog tags, too, are now high-tech. Evansville-Vanderburgh Animal Care & Control, and many rescue organizations, require adopted pets to have a small microchip inserted under their skin that can identify them if they are lost or missing. The device carries a number that is plugged into a database that is linked to the name and contact information of the owner. A handheld scanner reads the radio frequency of the chip and displays the information. The pet owner must register the dog and keep the animal’s information current.
In Evansville, IN, the VHS serves as a surrender and adoption agency for unwanted pets
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Located in Evansville, Indiana, the VHS serves as a surrender and adoption agency for unwanted pets. In addition to finding homes for animals, the VHS also works to build public awareness of the problem of homeless and abandoned pets. Through special events, media coverage and other outreach activities we hope to reduce the flow of animals to our shelter. Located in Evansville, Indiana, the VHS serves as a surrender and adoption agency for unwanted pets
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