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Recommended Veterinarians

The Airport Animal Emergi-Center is an emergency and critical care veterinary clinic who is open when your family veterinary clinic is closed. This clinic provided emergency overnight care to my dog, that saved his life.

St. Francis' Pet Hospital has locations in both Camby and Centerton. My pets and I receive excellent care at the Camby location.

Low Cost Clinics

Emerson Pet Clinic is a clinic on the east side of Indianapolis offering non-emergency pet care.

Holt Road Pet Hospital's mission is to provide pet care options that can accomidate any budget.

Exotic Animal Care

Avian Exotic Animal Clinic of Indianapolis provides care for reptiles, birds and mammals.

A Critter's Chance is a non-profit specializing in wildlife rehabilitation, and exotic as well as domestic pet rescue.

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Breed Specific Rescue Groups

Midwest Border Collie Rescue works to rescue and place BCs mostly in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Indiana and Michigan.

Papillon Haven Rescue is saving pure breed and non-pure breed Papillons in need.

Find More Shelters

AnimalShelter.org lets you search for adoptable pets and shelters in your area.

Petfinder.com lists hundreds-of-thousands of adoptable pets from tens-of-thousands of shelters and fosters nationwide.

Local Non-Profits Offering Low Cost Spay / Neuter, TNR and Vaccination Services

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IndyFeral seeks to reduce the stray and feral cat overpopulation through the non-lethal method of Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR), not trap and kill. They offer TNR training and education for caretakers of stray and feral cats. Services are offered in an effort to stop their uncontrolled population growth, improve the lives of the cats, minimize nuisance behavior and ensure ordinance compliance.

Spay Neuter Indiana Pets Inc. is a non-profit who partners with local veterinarians to make available to the public "High Quality—Low Cost" spay neuter services. They have low cost "SNIP" Community Spay Neuter Days at the veterinary clinic, provide free transportation to the clinic for your pets, and assist with free roaming or feral cats.

Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana, Inc. (SNSI) is a non-profit organization. They network with vets and low cost clinics to provide affordable surgery options. These veterinarians graciously discount their services to help SNSI further their mission of eliminating the killing of healthy and treatable cats, dogs, puppies and kittens.

FACE is a non-profit organization dedicated to lowering the euthanasia rates in Indianapolis by offering low cost spay/neuter services and vaccinations. You can donate funds directly to pay for spay/neuter and vaccines for those pet owners who cannot afford even their low prices.

Animal Rescue Groups and Shelters

The Alliance for Responsible Pet Ownership (ARPO) seeks to unite animal-related businesses and organizations in central Indiana for the purpose of promoting responsible pet ownership and decreasing the number of companion animals surrendered to shelters. All of their adoptable animals are housed in temporary foster homes until loving permanent homes are found.

The Humane Society of Indianapolis (IndyHumane) provides direct services for shelter cats and dogs, including adoption, foster home placement, behavior training, appropriate medical care, and affordable spay/neuter services. IndyHumane's facility at 79th and Michigan Road spans over 32,000 square feet on 13.5 acres and has cared for more than 10,000 animals per year.

Indianapolis Animal Care & Control enforces ordinances and laws regarding animal-related issues and conducts inspections for the licensing of facilities that sell, groom and kennel animals. Their shelter accepts all surrendered animals and provides low cost adoptions.

IndyCLAW (Creating Life-Long Animal Welfare) is a small foster group who focuses their rescue efforts on non-traditional or exotic pets such as domestic rabbits, birds, guinea pigs, and some small farm animals, i.e. chickens and ducks.

Morgan County Humane Society is a not for profit organization that promotes the humane treatment of all animals. They operate an animal shelter, provide animal control, and spay/neuter programs for the residents of Morgan County.

Unique Pet Products We Love

What kitty doesn't love to drink fresh, running water? These are some of the nicest looking, handmade, ceramic cat fountains out there.

Handmade needle felted minitures of your furry friends are a great gift or a fitting memorial to those who have gone over the rainbow bridge.

Potty training a new puppy will be faster, easier and less stressful if he has a puppy apartment. It's a crate with seperate potty and sleeping areas. Genius!

The PetPeek doggie bubble window for your wood fence allows you pooch to see what's happening outside.

What dog doesn't love a ball? Who doesn't love a dog with a mustache? Mustache dog ball is fun for all.