About the Humane Society for Hamilton County:
The HSHC will provide most of these animals with life-saving treatments, surgeries and medications as their best chance for a second chance and until they are re-homed.
What Your Donations Mean:
a $50 feeds our animals for two days.
a $100 disinfects the shelter for one week.
a $250 vaccinates 10 dogs or cats.
a $300 saves the life of a heartworm-positive dog.
a $500 spays or neuters 14 dogs or cats.
a $1,000 will shelter 20 animals and operate the facility for one week.
a $2,500 treats a hit-by-car injured dog or cat in need of orthopedic surgery.
a $4,500 pays the shelter’s electric bill for one month.
Leota is a kitten who arrived to us with congenital eye defects requiring surgery. She had the surgery and is now recovering in a foster home while waiting to get adopted. Every life is precious at HSHC!
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2015
2:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Nickel Plate District Amphitheater - FISHERS
Admission is $5 per person, dogs & kids (10 & under) are FREE!
Dog Day Afternoon was created to not only celebrate the relationship
between pets and their people, but also as an educational opportunity to teach the community about responsible pet ownership.
The proceeds raised from Dog Day Afternoon benefit the Humane Society for Hamilton County (HSHC).
It features our annual “Parade of Paws” Dog Walk, dozens of pet-friendly exhibitors/vendors, kids activities, live bands throughout the day on the Woofstock Stage, delicious food & more!
Dog Day Afternoon featuring Woofstock will take place at the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater (behind Town Hall) in Fishers.
Admission is $5 per person, kids 10 and under and military service men and women (with I.D.) are FREE!
CHECK BACK SOON FOR MORE INFO!
The Humane Society for Hamilton County (HSHC) is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) charitable organization. It is not a United Way Agency, and is not affiliated with any other animal welfare group in the United States. The HSHC also serves as the animal control facility for Hamilton County, and, as such, receives partial funding from Hamilton County. The majority of the HSHC budget is funded by private donors.
The HSHC will not euthanize animals for space and time, and will treat sick and injured animals if there’s an outlook for recovery and a high quality of life. Many animals are hit-by-car injured, heartworm-positive, malnourished, or otherwise wounded and/or sick.
Saving Lives. Educating Communities. Completing Families.
To learn more about the Humane Society for Hamilton County,