PC Pound Puppies

Saving one tail at a time.....

Our Mission Statement:  
To improve the lives of stray and homeless dogs in Posey County Indiana
We are a 501c(3) non profit - no kill organization.  All donations are tax deductible


To all of our PCPP volunteers, fosters, contributors and donators we want you to know that 2014 was a very good year for our dogs and organization. It was only made possible with your labor, caring and dedication to improve the lives of homeless and neglected animals that need, and thanks to your countless efforts and generosity, are getting our help. For all your good deeds and many sacrifices PCPP is extremely grateful and wish you the very best for 2015 and sincerely hope that next year the dogs [and sometime cats] can continue to rely on your help and support as we all work toward another successful year of finding new homes and new lives for animals that need our love and help.

Animalpalooza presents Hearts for Hounds at our new home, the Evansville Country Club Sat. Feb. 28th, 6pm.


Featuring Nashville Recording Artist

Leigh Robbins!...





Want to promote your business at our event? Purchase ad space in our event booklet!

Several different options.

See below for detailed information,

email for more information.



Leigh Robbins, Nashville Recording Artist & Animal Advocate
Special Guest Emcee for the evening Kat Mykals

Promotional Support From the following....



Check out out Twitter for our Toyota 100 Cars for Good release!



Our story is still reaching thousands across the country!  Also thank you to AmeriStamp for their Signs of Support Grant that put our wonderful graphics on the van!




Spangler's Story
It was a hot, dry August  day 1 year ago when PC Pound Puppies pulled three 2-month-old puppies from a ditch in Posey County, IN. There was 1 male and 2 females. Two of the dogs were healthy and would quickly be adopted. But one little girl wasn't so lucky. She was weak, unable to eat on her own, walk or hold her head up. She was a sorry, dirty little pup no one believed would live. Why? Because she had distemper, a viral infection that kills 90% of the puppies who get it. To read Spangler's full story click here.

Want one of our cute shirts???

We are adding them to our website! Check out our webstore!

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Check out our video that helped us win one of the Toyota 100 Cars for Good...

Support our Partners.....

Check out R&R Kennels, where PCPP has some of it's fosters but many of it's Volunteers take their dogs to stay on a regular basis...

100% of your donations help the stray and homeless dogs Posey Co .  All of our volunteers are volunteers, we have no paid employees.

Dog Spotlight....