Getting Started

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How to Be a Responsible Pet Owner

Puppies are great fun but also a great responsibility. We'll help you navigate through everything–from the adoption process to providing the best products and veterinary care.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Dogs

Find the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about dogs, including questions about breeds, grooming, health and behavior and everything in between.

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Getting Started with Your Puppy

Welcoming a dog into your home requires a lot of work and preparation. To get you started, we'll help with training, discipline, play time and everything in between.

You may not realize it but the products you use to keep your house clean could be dangerous, or even toxic, for your dog. Many commercial cleaning products contain harmful chemicals that can be hazardous for your dog if he inhales or ingests them.
You may not realize it but the products you use to keep your house clean could be dangerous, or even toxic, for your dog. Many commercial cleaning products contain harmful chemicals that can be hazardous for your dog if he inhales or ingests them.
Many dog parents keep cleaning products that are not safe for dogs around the house.  Cheaper and just as effective as the products you buy at the store, we’ve found a few DIY cleaning supplies you already have in your pantry.
Many dog parents keep cleaning products that are not safe for dogs around the house. Cheaper and just as effective as the products you buy at the store, we’ve found a few DIY cleaning supplies you already have in your pantry.
Our Adoptable Dog of the Week is cute Gypsy, a 2.5 years old Pitbull mix from Versailles, Kentucky.

Our Adoptable Dog of the Week is cute Gypsy, a 2.5 years old Pitbull mix from Versailles, Kentucky.Our Adoptable Dog of the Week is cute Gypsy, a 2.5 years old Pitbull mix from Versailles, Kentucky.

This sweet little pooch is ready to be the center of someone’s universe! Our Adoptable Dog of the Week is Gypsy, a 2.5 years old Pitbull mix from Versailles, Kentucky. She is spayed, up to date on her vaccinations, and microchipped. Gypsy would do best as an only dog in the household- no other pets or children in the family.

Gypsy’s Tale

Are you looking for a loyal companion? Someone to shower you with love, amuse you with her antics, and brighten your every day with her cheerful character? Then Gypsy is your gal. This bright and bubbly pooch is friendly and affectionate and will love to spend time by your side. She won’t hesitate to show her feelings so expect puppy smooches and belly rub demands from the get-go. Gypsy is a people pleaser, and as such, she’s great at training: she’d love being paired with someone that could help her learn some new tricks as she’s eager to figure it all out!

Gypsy is a playful, active dog and would do best in a family that shares her energy level. This means regular walks and adventures in the outdoors, as well as a lot of playtime. Fetch is her absolute fave, so if you have a big fenced backyard where you could safely play with her, all the better! Gypsy is one of those pooches that need to be the only baby in the family as she’ll want to be the center of your attention. This means that it’s best for her to go to a home without other pets in it, cats or dogs, as well as an adult-only family. 

If you’re ready for a fur baby of your own and Gypsy has stolen your heart, contact Woodford Humane Society to learn more about her and the adoption process. 


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