Pet Friendly Services of Indiana

SNAP

Are You in Need of Spay/Neuter Assistance? Click HERE for the Spay Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP)

Income-qualified pet owners pay $25 per surgery, utilizing vets in Pet Friendly Services’ statewide network.

You must be a resident of the State of Indiana to request a SNAP application. Pet Friendly Services of Indiana utilizes veterinarians in surrounding states, but limits the program to Indiana residents.

Pet Friendly License Plate

The Pet Friendly plate provides funds for Pet Friendly Services’ vital programs.  It’s currently the #5 selling specialty plate and each plate sold brings $25 to Pet Friendly Services. Every dollar of that money supports spay/neuter surgeries. Join the thousands of Hoosiers who sport the plate that tells others they love animals.

Donate

Guidestar Exchange, the national program that monitors non-profit organizations for legitimacy, has recognized Indiana Humane Services at its Platinum Participation level.  You can rest easy when donating to Indiana Humane Services, knowing that your contributions will be put to good use and are 100% tax-deductible. Consider a donation HERE to help shelter overpopulation and save animal lives today!

Legacy Giving

A bequest to Pet Friendly Services of Indiana is a wonderful way to express your love for animals as part of your legacy. The Pet Friendly Forever legacy program enables you to help animals beyond your lifetime.
For more information on planned giving, please email Indiana Humane Services at info@PetFriendlyServices.org

Veterinarians in Muncie, IN

Today’s pets are living longer, healthier lives thanks to the availability of high quality veterinary care, preventive care, and pet owners’ careful monitoring of their animals for early signs of illness. With so much attention being given by owners to their pets’ needs, doesn’t it make sense to carefully select the veterinarian who will become your pet’s health care provider?

When choosing your family’s veterinarian, use the same care and criteria that you would in selecting a physician or dentist. Think about what is important to you. Location, office hours, payment options, and the range of medical services provided are all important considerations. For many pet owners, the most important factor is the friendliness and commitment of doctors and staff. Your goal should be to find the veterinarian who you believe can best meet your pet’s medical needs and with whom you feel comfortable in establishing a long-term veterinarian-client-patient relationship.

Emergency Clinics