VHS blank greeting cards
Our blank greeting cards are perfect for any occasion, they cost $7 for a package of six (shipping included), packaged in any combination you like. Email Debra at firstname.lastname@example.org for special combinations of cards.
Variety pack of 6 blank greeting cards – $7.00
VHS Stickers & Bumper Stickers
Bumper stickers, to spread the word! Also available, magnetic strips so you don’t have to sticker directly on your car. Bumper stickers $2.00 each. Magnetic strips $2.00 each. Please add $1.50 for postage for sticker only; $2.50 for bumper sticker with magnetic strip.
Go Veg sticker – NO MAGNET – $1.50
Go Veg bumper sticker w/ magnet – $2.00
No eggs from caged hens sticker (7 in stock) – NO MAGNET – $1.50
No eggs from caged hens bumper sticker w/ magnet – $2.00
I support Meatless Monday sticker – NO MAGNET – $1.50
I support Meatless Monday bumper sticker w/ magnet – $2.00
VHS Travel Mug
Show your love of animals to everyone around you AND help the environment by using one of these brand new VHS travel mugs! Ethically produced by Precidio Inc., using quality materials (stainless steel, acrylic), the mug is a stylish and practical way to show your support of VHS.
VHS Travel Mug – $10.00
The image on these beautiful note cards was painted by artist and VHS supporter Teresa Knight. These cards are blank and therefore suitable for any occasion, including Christmas. They even make great gifts. Cost: $12 for 8 (includes shipping)
No Shelter Here: Making the world a kinder place for dogs
In No Shelter Here, animal advocate and chartered biologist Rob Laidlaw explores the world of homeless, free ranging, mistreated, and exploited dogs, and the challenges they face. But more importantly, he focuses on the people he calls “dog champions”–those individuals, small groups and professional organizations around the world who dedicate their lives to helping dogs. Enhanced with photos, informational sidebars and inspiring good-news stories, No Shelter Here will galvanize young readers to become Dog Champions in their own communities.