Meet our Pet of the Day:  Lucy

Hello, my name is Lucy and I am a 2 year old Sharpei/mixed breed dog. I came to the shelter with my 13 puppies and now that they are all gone, I am looking for my own home. I am very playful, outgoing and love meeting new people. I love to play with rope toys or tug toys. I do need to go to a home that will understand I may need further socialization and training. I really should be the only dog in the house – I can be grumpy towards other dogs.

I am heartworm positive and will need to go to a home that can help me through the process of treatment – the shelter will spay me on a specified date and then have me treated for the heartworm at a local vet.  Will you help me through this difficult period?  I offer a lifetime of friendship, snuggles, and dog kisses in return.


The Windham County Humane Society is a mission driven organization dedicated to ensuring the safety and well-being of animals and enhancing the relationship between individuals and pets through adoption, education, advocacy, compassion and promotion of animal welfare.




WCHS helps stray, abandoned, neglected and surrendered pets by giving them a second chance at a healthy, happy life. WCHS animals receive excellent health care from our staff and local veterinarians. Because we are committed to animal welfare, all animals are spayed/neutered and micro-chipped prior to adoption. WCHS does not euthanize for time or space – all adoptable animals stay safely at WCHS until the right new home comes along.

WCHS is a registered 501(c)3 and all donations to our organization are tax deductible.  To view a copy of our 2015 Annual Report, please click here:  annual report 2015


With support from:maddies-fund_horizontal_color

Windham County Humane Society is a proud recipient of funding from PetSmart Charities, Banfield Foundation and Maddie’s Fund, all working together to help achieve a no-kill nation.