Indianapolis Animal Care & Control

2600 S Harding St
Indianapolis, IN 46221
(317) 327-1384
Services: Animal Shelter
Service Area: Storefront
On Angie's List Since: 5/31/2012
Licensed: UNKNOWN
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What Should I Know Before Adopting a Pet?

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Many pet adoption agencies and humane societies will offer full background information on animals. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Elaine R. of St. Louis)
Many pet adoption agencies and humane societies will offer full background information on animals. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Elaine R. of St. Louis)

On this episode of the Chat with the Experts podcast, we talk with Hannah Bennett of the Humane Society of Indianapolis about the pet adoption process.

Pet Foster Families Play Important Role

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Kittens especially need foster homes due to their weaker immune systems. (Photo by Steve C. Mitchell)
Kittens especially need foster homes due to their weaker immune systems. (Photo by Steve C. Mitchell)

Animal rescues most often need foster parents to take care of dogs and cats in their system so the pets don't have to live in shelters for an extended time.

5 Reasons to Foster a Pet

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This friendly pooch awaits a forever home at the Humane Society of Indianapolis. (Photo by Steve C. Mitchell)
This friendly pooch awaits a forever home at the Humane Society of Indianapolis. (Photo by Steve C. Mitchell)

Are you considering adopting a new cat or dog? Consider fostering first. Fostering saves lives, and it helps you see how well the pet fits into your family.

7 Questions to Ask Before Adopting a New Pet

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As a responsible pet parent, you should be taking them to the vet regularly for vaccinations and check-ups, says Stewart. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Elaine R. of St. Louis)
As a responsible pet parent, you should be taking them to the vet regularly for vaccinations and check-ups, says Stewart. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Elaine R. of St. Louis)

Bringing a new member into your family is a big commitment and life change, even when it’s a four-legged one. Consider these questions before you adopt a pet.

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