RESOURCES.

TRANSPORT SERVICES

Pets are transported to the clinic for spay or neuter surgery and vaccinations, after recovery, they are transported back to the pick-up location and returned to their owners

PET PROTECTION

Make sure your furry companion’s well-being is covered with Pet Insurance and Lost Pet Membership Services from 24PetWatch®.

INDY LOST PET ALERT

Indy Lost Pet Alert is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that utilizes social media to reunite lost and found pets with their families. It is a free of charge service.

SPAY NEUTER PROJECT

Financial assistance to low income families in Madison County, to spay or neuter their pets. They offer assistance with stray and feral cat situations as well.  

HEARTWORM FACTS

True to its mission of leading the veterinary profession and public in understanding heartworm disease, the American Heartworm Society aims to further scientific progress in the study of heartworm disease.  

GET THEM FIXED

Limited-income pet owners pay $20 per surgery in Spay Neuter Services of Indiana's statewide network after meeting eligibility requirements.

FACE CLINIC

FACE offers safe, low-cost spay-neuter for cats and dogs regardless of owner’s income or geographic location. They also offer same day, walk-in, low-cost vaccines and care.

PET FOOD PANTRY

Providing temporary and emergency pet food assistance to low income families and those feeding stray or feral cats. The pantry distribution occurs on the third Saturday of each month.

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LOW COST CLINIC

The Low Cost Clinic provides both affordable sterilization surgeries and vaccines for cats and dogs, helping to reduce the unwanted pet population and promote animal health and safety to the community. 

PET FRIENDLY PLATE

Proceeds from the Pet Friendly plate go directly to fix Hoosier pets through the life-saving programs offered by Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana. The Pet Friendly license plate is $40, with $25 going directly to SNSI. 

WHY SPAY / NEUTER

BENEFITS OF NEUTERING MALES

Neutered cats and dogs focus their attention on their human families. On the other hand, unsterilized, unsupervised males roam in search of a mate, risking injury in traffic and in fights with other males. They mark territory by spraying strong-smelling urine on surfaces. Indoors, male dogs may embarrass you by mounting furniture and human legs when stimulated.

Don’t confuse aggressiveness with protectiveness; a neutered dog protects his home and family just as well as an unneutered dog, and many aggression problems can be avoided by early neutering.

 

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