Nonprofit Veterinary Clinic & Outreach Center: 4635 West Richland Plaza Dr., Bloomington, In 47404

For Appointments, or Pantry questions, please call: 812-333-6242, ext 2

To Fax Veterinary Records: 812-935-5059

*Administration Address: 3410 South Walnut St., Bloomington, IN 47401

*Staff hours may vary. Please call to confirm. Dropping off a donation? We have a donation bin outside of our door that's available any time!
 

Mailing Address: PO Box 1334, Bloomington, IN 47402​​

**We do not have a shelter.**

    For City shelter hours, adoptable animals, lost/found pets, and animal control, call City of Bloomington Animal Care & Control at 812.349.3492.

© 2016 Monroe County Humane Association

Our work wears on us, constantly. The staff and volunteers that pour their hearts and souls into their jobs are here because they are the most compassionate, empathetic and sympathetic people, and above all, care for animals and people.

Whether it's through the admin or direct hands on, secondary stress and trauma are real, and can weigh heavy on us.

In just the last week, we have lost one patient a...

Meet Leo!
 
Leo is currently one of the pets that MCHA has in temporary emergency housing. Leo has been living in his owner’s car. While his owner has been able to stay in an overnight shelter, it was not cat friendly. During the most recent cold-weather snap, Leo’s mom was worried that it would be too cold for him at night and came to us to help arrange emergency care until she had a safe place f...

In 2015, the Bloomington City Council approved the use of Tax Increment Financing (TIF) to support the renovation of the Animal Control facility at 3410 South Walnut Street. The project includes new construction that will replace the current stray animal housing to improve animal housing, renovating the current community room into a volunteer space for BACC volunteers, and renovating the current s...

For dogs like Marley, a seven month old boxer mix, and Ruby, a seven month old blue healer, the MCHA spay-neuter assistance program might be the only opportunity their family has to make sure they can afford have their pets spayed/neutered.  During October, MCHA issued 42 assistance vouchers that would help off-set the costs of a spay/neuter surgery at any participating veterinarian in our communi...

Last February, Basil was adopted through Bloomington Animal Care and Control. Instead of finding a home, the 4-year-old cocker spaniel wound up homeless and alone, his matted fur masking maggot-infested flesh, his friendly nature tempered by a sensitivity to touch.  It was clear he’d been through so much.

Basil had been abandoned some time after his adoption, living alone until Animal Control picke...

Each month, and even each week when we host the Minor Medical Clinic, we're never sure what kind of animals we'll see, or how sick they could be.  An owner's account of how sick their pet is varies from owner to owner. 

 

When Dazey Jane's mom made her appointment, she swore she was only coming in to have her pup be tested for parvovirus.  However, upon getting to the clinic, clinic staff weren...

Each year, as a small non-profit with both limited staff and resources, we take stock of our programs and work to make sure that they are working to provide the most efficient and effective services possible. By one pet at a time, we’re working to make sure that more pets aren’t surrendered because of preventable causes. Our community is fortunate to have a variety of resources to receive low-cost...

What is parvovirus?

And why should you care?

 

We've received multiple reports and requests for medical assistance vouchers relating to dogs that have been showing symptoms related to parvo.  At the Walnut Street Pike Apartments, at least two dogs, under the age of six months, have passed away due to sypmtoms of Parvo, and one, Roscoe, is still under emergent care at a local veterinary office after...