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...

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...