Pets Need Pals – Gravy – Woodford Humane Society


Show favorite Beth Oleson, with the Woodford Humane Society, returns to the studio for another edition of “Pets Need Pals,” this time bringing “Gravy,” a 3-month old hound mix, to introduce to Meteorologist Eric Burke.

Oleson also talks about the upcoming Woodford Wag 5K cross-country race and 2K dog walk, happening on Saturday, May 27th.  Get more information at, or call (859) 371-5491.

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Established in 1975, the Woodford Humane Society is a non-profit animal adoption center in Versailles that cares for homeless and unwanted animals in Woodford County, surrounding counties, as well as animals from other states.

At any given time, they house over 200 animals, available for adoption. Adoption counselors are on staff to assist with the selection of a new pet. The facility also maintains a “wish book” for people seeking a particular breed, and alerts them when a match has been made.

Adoption fees include spay or neuter surgery, a Home Again microchip, vaccinations and de-worming, feline leukemia and FIV screening for cats, heartworm screening for dogs, rabies vaccinations, and a free veterinary checkup.

Woodford Humane Society provides counseling and offers advice for topics such as obedience training, housebreaking, helping your pet adapt to a new home and other behavioral issues.

For more info you can like their Facebook page, visit their website,or call (859) 873-5491.

The Woodford Humane Society is located at 265 Thomas Lane in Versailles.