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

Why spay/neuter your pet?

Together we can stop pet overpopulation.

It's the right thing to do.

3.7 million animals are euthanized each year, because there aren't enough adopters.

 

According to the ASPCA:

* Cats - 6,630,000 are born in homes each year (about 18,165/day)

   This doesn't include feral cats.  Adding them increases the number 30-50%.

* Dogs - 6,040,000 are born in homes each year (about 16,559/day

* People - 4,116,000 are born per year in the US (about 11,277/day

 

In other words, each year there are:

* 1.6 non-feral cats per human born

* 1.5 dogs per human born

 

Having your pet "fixed" ensures that you will not be adding to this tremendous burden.​

 
It improves pet health.

Neutering a male by 6 months of age prevents testicular cancer, prostate disease, and hernias.

 

Spaying a female before her first heat helps prevent pyometra (a pus-filled uterus) and breast cancer - expensive and potentially deadly diseases. Breast cancer can be fatal in 50% of female dogs and 90% of female cats.

 
It makes a happier home.

"Fixing" your pets can give them happier, healthier, longer lives with you. 

 

Spaying eliminates the crying, nervous pacing and mess of heat. Neutering can prevent undesirable behaviors, such as marking, humping, aggression and the urge to roam.  If you have more than one pet at home, all the pets will generally get along better if they are "fixed".

 

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