What is IndyHumane, exactly? IndyHumane’s mission is to improve animal welfare in central Indiana. IndyHumane are committed to ending the cycle of pet overpopulation, providing affordable pet ownership, and ensuring the well-being, health and safety of all animals in their care.
As we approach spooky season, pop culture would have you believe that black cats are mysterious, perhaps nefarious creatures of the night. These beliefs can be dated back to the
The world is becoming increasingly connected. Devices can help us connect and reach out to all kinds of people around the world, regardless of the physical, socio-economical, and geographical challenges
2020 will certainly be a memorable year for most folks, and we are no exception here at IndyHumane. For us, 2020 marks 115 years of serving the people and pets of Indianapolis. While our facilities, staff, and services have changed, our commitment to helping people and their pets has remained constant.
The amount of food you eat is just as important to your good health as what you eat. It only takes an extra 100 calories per day to add up to ten extra pounds of weight gain per year which can lead to conditions such as obesity, diabetes and heart disease.
Image source: IndyHumane This fall, IndyHumane invites the Indianapolis community and their pets to enjoy a socially distant, fully virtual event on September 26! Indy Mutt Strut is sure to
Pets with separation anxiety exhibit behavior problems when they’re left alone.
The slower pace of summer may offer the opportunity to address childhood trauma and focus on "reparenting".
Acres of grapes line the drive as you pull into the magnificent grounds of Huber’s Orchard, Winery & Vineyards, located in Borden, Indiana, less than two hours south of Indianapolis.