2017 Indy Pet Resource Information

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Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Services

Be a responsible pet owner. Pets should be spayed or neutered to improve their health and behavior and prevent overpopulation.

FACE Low-Cost Spay Neuter Clinic: www.facespayneuter.org ⬧ 1505 Massachusetts Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46201 ⬧
(317) 638-3223 ⬧ Low-cost spaying and neutering for dogs and cats. Special programs for community cats.
No income or geographic requirements.

IndyHumane Animal Welfare Center: www.indyhumane.org ⬧ 456 N. Holmes Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46222 ⬧
(317) 602-3423 ⬧ Low-cost spaying and neutering for dogs and cats. No income requirements, but additional discounts for households receiving public assistance. Special programs for community cats.

Low-Cost Spay Neuter Clinic – Brownsburg: www.lowcostclinic.org ⬧ 409 N. Green St., Brownsburg, IN 46112 ⬧ (317) 852-0537 ⬧ Low-cost spaying and neutering for dogs and cats. Special programs for community cats. No income requirements.

Low-Cost Spay Neuter Clinic – Noblesville: www.lowcostclinic.org ⬧ 1721A Pleasant St., Noblesville, IN 46060 ⬧ (317) 706-0537 ⬧ Low-cost spaying and neutering for dogs and cats. Special programs for community cats. No income requirements.

Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana (SNSI): www.spayneuterservices.org ⬧ 1100 W. 42 Street, Suite 205, Indianapolis, IN 46205 ⬧ (317) 767-7771 ⬧ Low-cost certificates for spaying and neutering at participating veterinary clinics throughout Indiana. Available year-round to pet owners who meet income requirements; in February and October, the program is open to all pet owners, regardless of income.

Community Cat Programs

Help reduce the stray and feral cat overpopulation. If you are feeding stray or feral cats in Indianapolis, you are required by the city’s TNR ordinance to spay/neuter, vaccinate, and ear-tip for identification all the cats in your colony (group) and be registered with IndyFeral.

FACE Community Cat Program (IndyFeral):
www.facespayneuter.org/indyferal/ ⬧ 1505 Massachusetts Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46201 ⬧ (317) 638-3223 ⬧ Offers Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) assistance for caretakers of community cats.  TNR referrals provided for those outside of Indianapolis.

IndyHumane Animal Welfare Center: www.indyhumane.org ⬧ 456 N. Holmes Avenue., Indianapolis, IN 46222 ⬧
(317) 602-3423 ⬧ Offers Trap-Neuter-Return assistance for caretakers of community cats.

Cat Care Clinic:  www.catcareclinic.com⬧ 9512 Haver Way, Indianapolis, IN 46240 ⬧ (317) 844-2287 ⬧ Offers community cat package for caretakers.

Emergency Veterinary Service 

Like emergency room care for humans, emergency vet care is more expensive than standard vet care. First, call around to see if a regular veterinary clinic can work you in for an emergency visit. If not, or if it is after-hours, emergency care may be necessary.

Airport Animal Emergi-Center: www.airportanimalemergicenter.com ⬧ 5235 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46241 ⬧
(317) 248-0832 ⬧ Special night, weekend, and holiday hours

Indianapolis Veterinary Emergency Center: www.indyvet.com ⬧ 5425 Victory Dr., Indianapolis, IN 46203 ⬧(317) 782-4484⬧
Daily 24 hours

Noah’s Animal Hospital:  www.noahsemergencyveterinary.com ⬧ 5510 Millersville Rd.,Indianapolis, IN 46226 ⬧ (317) 244-7738 ⬧ Daily 24 hours

VCA Indiana Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Center:  www.vcaspecialtyvets.com/advanced-veterinary-care-center ⬧
7712 Cross Point Commons, Fishers, IN 46038 ⬧ (317) 578-4100 ⬧ Daily 24 hours

If you find a sick or injured animal requiring medical assistance, and you are unable to provide help for the animal yourself, take the animal to Indianapolis Animal Care and Control, 2600 S. Harding St, 46221,Mon-Sat 12pm-6pm. To request pick-up from an animal control officer, call the Mayor’s Action Center at (317) 327-4622, Mon-Fri 7:30am-5:30pm.  During off-hours, you will be directed to contact police dispatch for assistance. The animal must be confined and you must be standing by.

Low-Cost Medical Care, Wellness Exams, Vaccinations, and Microchipping 

For their long-term health and safety, pets should receive annual wellness checks, vaccinations, heartworm preventative (dogs), and permanent identification. By law, pets must be treated for illness and injury.

2015 Animal Welfare Resource Flyer