A grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Trust helped to fund the low-cost facility.
It’s the same clinic but with a new name!
The Humane Society of Indianapolis has reopened its Animal Welfare Center clinic doors as the newly-branded IndyHumane Downtown Clinic.
The animal welfare organization received a grant in July from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust and utilized the grant for spay/neuter operational support and a rebrand of the clinic, formerly known as the IndyHumane Animal Welfare Center. The IndyHumane Downtown Clinic is located at 456 N. Holmes Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46222 – an area of the city that has been identified as one of the most in need of animal welfare services.
The clinic does not house animals for adoption, accept animals for owner surrender, or take in strays. The services provided at IndyHumane Downtown Clinic are focused on creating a more humane and safer city through targeted, low-cost spay/neuter and vaccination efforts as well as low-cost pet care and supplies.
Grants are used to help support medical needs of hundreds of animals through low-cost spay or neuter services, vaccinations and life-saving surgeries. IndyHumane’s two locations serve approximately 10,000 animals annually. The 7929 N. Michigan Road location is the only shelter in the state with a fully staffed medical team and surgery suite, allowing the nonprofit organization to care for animals that come to the shelter, as well as animals that need help from other shelters and rescue groups.
IndyHumane has served Indianapolis and the surrounding counties since 1905. It provides vital services to animals and people alike through sheltering and adopting animals, providing positive reinforcement behavior training for adoptable animals, and outreach through community and shelter programs.
For more information and a list of current adoptable animals, visit www.IndyHumane.org.