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

4635 W Richland Plaza Dr., Bloomington, Indiana 47404

Call 812-333-6242 ext. 2 for an appointment!


The Monroe County Humane Association Nonprofit Veterinary Clinic operates on a low-cost model, but is not a free clinic. 


Because we operate with limited staff and volunteers to keep our costs low, this can occasionally cause some appointment times to run longer.


Any veterinarian practicing as part of the clinic is a licensed and insured veterinarian in the state of Indiana.



All services are open to the public regardless of financial standing. To qualify for subsidized costs, clients must be able to show proof of participation in a government assistance program or a pay stub that provides proof of financial standing. 


The clinic will provide vaccination and wellness treatments including vaccinations, nail trims, deworming, flea treatment, and microchips. 

About your appointment:

  • A licensed veterinarian will see and treat your pet

  • Pets must be on a leash or in a carrier

  • Bring proof of your participation in a government funded assistance program


Bring a registration form with you, click HERE!


If proof of government assistance is provided, there is an exam fee of $12 per appointment, per pet.

If there is no proof of government assistance, there is an exam fee of $35 per appointment, per pet.

Diagnostics cost a minimum of $12 per test, while medication costs are between $10 and $40 depending on the size and need for the pet.


If you have a limited amount of funds at the start of your appointment, please make this clear at registration. The veterinary team will work to keep the costs of your pet’s diagnostic and treatments under your defined limit. Any medical needs will be discussed before treatment or being prescribed.


Payment is required at the time of services. Non-payment of services will result in the client being banned from all MCHA clinic and voucher services until payment is made in full.


We reserve the right to refuse services.




Appointments are required

Monday: 10:00am - 3:00pm

Wednesday: 10:00am - 3:00pm


Sunday: 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Monday: 10:00am - 3:00pm

Tuesday: 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Wednesday: 10:00pm - 3:00pm

Thursday: Closed

Friday: Closed

Saturday: Closed


  • We're moving! The last day for appointments at our Nonprofit Veterinary Clinic is Wednesday, April 8. Appointments will begin at our new location, Animal Care Campus, located at 791 S Fieldstone Blvd on Monday, April 27. Although the Nonprofit Veterinary Clinic will be CLOSED from April 9 - April 26 while we move to the new location, messages will be checked and calls returned. 

  • Walk-in services (microchipping, nail trims, or anal gland expressions) will not be available until further notice. 

  • All wellness appointments, including vaccination booster appointments, have been rescheduled. At this time, we are operating under the guidance of the AVMA, local and state government recommendations that as a professional and essential service, our staff are only in clinic to see injured or ill pets to reduce their and your risk of exposure. Unfortunately, our veterinary teams will not be able to provide any wellness services until these restrictions have lifted. 


Services Offered



  • Subsidy pricing is listed in parenthesis. Clients must show proof of financial strain or participation in a government assistance program to receive the subsidy pricing. 



  • Medical Exam $35.00 ($12.00)

  • Common illnesses treated:

    • Upper Respiratory Infections

    • Skin/rash disorders

    • Mild infections

    • Mild wound treatment

    • Torn toe nails

    • Mild GI Distress

    • Ear exam/ear mites/ear infections

    • Urinary Tract Infections



  • Heartworm test $25.00 ($15.00)

  • Canine Parvo Test $20.00

  • Feline Leukemia / FIV Test $20.00

  • Urinalysis $30.00 ($22.00)

  • Skin Scrape $18.00 ($12.00)

  • Flea Comb $1.25 

  • Fecal Float $25.00 ($15.00)

  • Deworming - starts at $5.00 


  • Rabies vaccine $15.00 ($12.00)

  • 3-year Rabies vaccine $22.00 ($18.00)

  • Canine Distemper / Parvo vaccine $15.00 ($12.00)

  • Canine Bordetella vaccine $15.00 ($12.00)

  • Canine Leptospirosis vaccine $25.00 ($18.00)

  • Feline Distemper vaccine $15.00 ($12.00)

  • Feline Leukemia vaccine $20.00 ($18.00) 


  • Anal Gland Expression $10.00 

  • Nail Trim $15.00 ($10.00)

  • Nail Trim, Aggressive Animal $20.00 ($15.00)

  • IV Fluids $25.00

  • Microchip $18.00 ($15.00)

  • X-Ray $75 per two digital views ($40 per two digital views)


  • Mini Dog Package $30.00
    (Canine Rabies vaccine and Distemper/Parvo vaccine, and a hook & round dewormer)

  • Full Dog Package $50.00
    (Canine Rabies vaccine, Distemper/Parvo vaccine, Bordetella vaccine, nail trim, and a hook & round dewormer)

  • Mini Cat Package $25.00
    (Feline Rabies vaccine, FVRCP vaccine)

  • Full Cat Package $35.00
    (Feline Rabies vaccine, FVRCP vaccine, nail trim, and a hook & round dewormer)


Heartworm Prevention:

  • Heartworm Exam: $10.00 (This is required in order to purchase prevention)

  • Heartworm Test: $25.00 ($15.00)

  • One Month: - starts at $12.00 (starts at $10.00) 

  • Six Months: $75.00 ($60.00)


Flea Prevention:

  • Parastar, Dogs
    One Dose / Three Doses $12.00 / $32.00

  • Frontline, Cats
    One Dose / Three Doses $15.00 / $45.00



  • Most medications are priced between $15 and $40, depending on the size of your animal and how many medications your pet's illness requires.


Animals that should NOT wait for a clinic appointment:

  • Small animals (dogs/cats) that have vomiting/diarrhea for 3+ days and cannot be seen at a clinic within 1-2 days

  • Animals that display sign of lethargy, trouble breathing, eye/nasal discharge, or not urinating/defecating for 2+ days should not wait more than 1-2 days to be seen



Grooming & Bathing

Grooming prices are based on breed, coat condition, and behavior.

If you have questions, please call 812-333-6242, ext. 2. 


Grooming and bathing services are open to anyone. Grooming prices are based on breed and style requested. Discounts are available for those that are able to show proof of government assistance prior to an appointment. 


Please call 812-333-6242, ext. 2 to make an appointment. Appointments are limited and are available for dogs and cats.

Full Grooming starts at $35

Includes bathing, hair cut, nail trims, and ear cleaning 



Optional add-on services:

Shampoo upgrade

Teethbrushing and breath spray

Paw pad/nose moisturizer 

Nail grinding 

Anal gland expression

Deodorizing bath

15-minute massage

Shed-less package 


Difficult Animal Policy

MCHA recoginizes that there are pets who by virtue either of training or lack of training and soliciation, especially in combination with a genetic predisposition to be wary of strangers, other animal can pose a serious threat in a veterinary environment. We will make every effort to treat your pet safely, and keep all staff and other clients safe. If you are concerned that your pet may pose a risk, please let staff know when making your appoitment. Please know that there may be additional costs related to the safety of your pet, which may or may not require medication. It is our goal to treat every animal safely, with as little extra handling or medication as possible.  In extreme cases, we will refer that you take your pet elsewhere for services.

Have questions? Email us!