I've grown up with pets for the majority of my life so I couldn't imagine it any other way. Pets  bring so much joy into our lives but we also do the same for them, especially ones who don't have a home.

I'd like to introduce you to this handsome pup named Indy. Indy is a 4-year-old German Shepherd who has never lived in a home indoors until he was recently taken in by the Humane Society of West Michigan. The staff at the Humane Society describe him as smart and eager to please. Because he's never been an indoor dog he needs an owner who can give him the time to adjust to a new living situation. However, I'm sure once he gets spoiled he'll love what life on the inside is all about. Indy would do best in a home with older children and no other pets. Indy could make a wonderful pet for you. Get more info here.

Humane Society of West Michigan

If adoption isn't a feasible option for you right now, you can still support the Humane Society of West Michigan by attending the Bark & Brunch fundraising event on Monday, January 18. Stop and eat at Sundance Grille (28th St.) and The Omelette Shoppe.

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!

RSVP on the Facebook event page.

Don't forget to check out all the adoptable animals at the Humane Society of West Michigan here.

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