Frequently Asked Questions

 

What are your hours?

OUR SHELTER IS CURRENTLY OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY - see details here. All animal intakes are scheduled ahead of time by our intake committee. Please click here for our intake policies.  Any animals abandoned at our facility will be taken to Greenfield-Hancock Animal Management.

I have an animal that I need to find a home for. Can I bring it to you?

Please click here for information on our intake policies.

Do you know where I can get my pet spayed/neutered?

Please click here for information about spaying/neutering your pet.

I’ve lost/found an animal. What can I do?

Please click here for our recommendations for lost or found animals, and what we can do to help.

Do you know where I can get low-cost vaccinations for my pet?

We offer low-cost vaccination clinics each year, usually May-September.  Please click here for details on scheduled vaccination clinics, or email us for more information.

How do I become a volunteer at your shelter?

We need volunteers! Please click here for information on volunteering. You must be 13 years or older to volunteer without a parent. (We are unable to provide community service hours for probation or court-ordered purposes.)

There’s a stray/dead animal in my neighborhood. Who do I contact?

My pet is very ill/old and I cannot afford to euthanize it. Where can I go? 

Someone is abusing/neglecting an animal. Who do I contact?

In these situations, contact Greenfield-Hancock Animal Management at 809 S. State Street, Greenfield, IN 46140. Call 317.477.4367 for more information, or click here.