Adoption Lobby Hours
Monday 1pm - 7pm
Tuesday 1pm - 7pm
Wednesday 1pm - 7pm
Friday 1pm - 7pm
Saturday 11am - 6pm
Sunday 11am - 4pm
Major Holidays Closed
Bugsy’s Box Fundraiser
August 6th, 2014
Sign up for Bugsy's Box, and a portion of your purchase goes toward IndyHumane!
Two Gentleman of Verona
September 21st, 2014
Use code "IRT dog" when buying your ticket to the Two Gentlemen of Verona, and the IRT will donate $2 back to IndyHumane!
Crooked Creek Farmers Market
September 24th, 2014
The Crooked Creek Farmers Market is coming to IndyHumane!
What should I do about stray cats in my neighborhood?
Should I feed stray cats? What can I do to help ferals?
Does my dog have separation anxiety?
My dog tears up my house while I'm away. Does he have separation anxiety?
How can I train my puppy to use the bathroom outside?
My puppy keeps pooping and peeing in my house. How can I housetrain my dog?
April 2nd, 2010
April is Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month.
Our vision is that all Central Indiana animals are treated with dignity and respect and live free from cruelty, harm and neglect. But there’s a long way to go until we achieve it.
You can help. Simple acts of awareness and compassion can save the lives of countless animals in need.
Cruelty happens often: to dog-fighting victim Valor; to neglected puppies rescued from squalid conditions; and to Amila (pictured), a sweet dog left in an abandoned crackhouse with a chain embedded in her neck. The chain was removed last week, but now Amila is showing signs of a tetanus infection, which our medical team is attempting to treat.
Cruelty to animals is vicious, ignorant and just plain wrong. But there is hope for prevention: You!
1. If you see signs of animal abuse, report them to Indianapolis Animal Care and Control by calling 317.327.4622.
2. Volunteer at your local shelter. The Humane Society of Indianapolis offers a variety of volunteer opportunities to help animals in need.
3. If homeless cats live in your neighborhood, contact IndyFeral for help and advice on care and trap-neuter-return (TNR) resources.
4. Join the Indianapolis Animal Welfare Alliance, a recently formed coalition working to provide positive solutions for animal-welfare issues such as neglect and abuse.
5. Many well-intentioned people love their pets but might otherwise be forced to go without food for their animals. The food banks at the Humane Society of Indianapolis and Animal Care and Control can help people feed their pets through temporary economic hardship.
6. Promote spay/neuter. Have a friend who has an unaltered animal just because they think they want to breed it some day? Remind them that the city already has enough animals, and that their pet would be healthier if they were fixed.
7. Communicate. Talk to neighbors, your friends, family and coworkers about animal welfare issues, and be vigilant about possible abuse in your neighborhood - many who commit crimes toward animals are not caught unless others speak out. Compassion shown toward animals extends to our fellow human beings.
8. Is there a dog in your neighborhood or on your way to work who’s always chained outside? FIDO (Friends of Indianapolis Dogs Outside) can help give the dog a more comfortable living situation with its family, and help to improve public safety at the same time - dog bites often involved chained dogs.
9. Put an end to the cruel bloodsport of dog fighting. Indy Pit Crew is another locally based, independent organization working to end cruelty, and can provide resources to help stop dog fighting and encourage proper ownership of the pit bull terrier.
10. Donate to the Humane Society of Indianapolis so we can continue helping animal victims of human circumstances, saving lives, and working with the community and other animal-welfare organizations to reduce cruelty and encourage compassion.
Animal Welfare Center Closed September 26th
September 26th, 2014
The IndyHumane Animal Welfare Center at 456 N. Holmes Avenue will be closed Friday, September 26th. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
IndyHumane's vaccine clinic location at 7929 N. Michigan Road will be open from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., if you would like to visit this location today.
View additional information and normal business hours for both of IndyHumane's vaccine clinics.
IndyHumane offers discounted rabies vaccines for World Rabies Day
September 25th, 2014
Did you know that Sunday, September 28th, is World Rabies Day? And, did you know that not only does a rabies shot keep your pet safe from this disease, it also keeps YOU safe from legal ramifications? Your pet not having a current rabies vaccination will cost you $100, and your pet not having a current rabies vaccination tag will cost you an additional $25. So, in support of world rabies day, your pet can get a discounted rabies vaccination at our Michigan Road Vaccine Clinic and eliminate the risk of rabies AND the risk of $125 in fines if your pet is caught uncovered.
Animal Welfare Center hosting its second “Big Fix” event this Saturday
September 18th, 2014
The IndyHumane Animal Welfare Center will hold its second “Big Fix” event on Saturday, September 20. The goal of the event is to provide spay/neuter and vaccine services for community cats living in and around Indianapolis.
The Animal Welfare Center is located at 456 N. Holmes Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46222, and the event will run from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. this Saturday. Spay/neuter surgeries will be provided for community caretakers in any zip code. A $10 donation to support the program is greatly appreciated, but help will be provided at no charge to those in need. We are able to provide this service thanks to generous support from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust and the Joanie Bernard Foundation.
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is funded by the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
with additional support from
Lilly Endowment Inc.