The Humane Society of Johnson County strongly urges
the public to spay or neuter
their pets to help control the pet population. As it is now, hundreds of stray and surrendered animals are euthanized every year because there are simply not enough willing homes to take them all in. By spaying or neutering your pet, you are doing your part to decrease the euthanasia rate.
The Humane Society of Johnson County is partnering with Pets Alive in Bloomington
to offer low cost spay/neuter services for Johnson County.
*Once the Admission and Patient Information forms are returned to HSJC, the dog or cat may be scheduled for the first available spot.
Animals are dropped off between 7:15 – 8:00 a.m. at HSJC the day of surgery and then picked up the following day between 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. at HSJC.
Animals cannot be brought to HSJC prior to 7:00 a.m. All animals must be picked up the following day after surgery by 2:30 p.m.
||1st Wednesday of each month
||Limited to the first 60 applicants
||Animals will be dropped off at HSJC, 3827 N. Graham Road, Franklin, IN and transported to Bloomington for surgery. The animals will then return to HSJC the following day for pick-up.
||1 week in advance
||1st Wednesday at 7:15 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. at HSJC
||Next day at 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. at HSJC
All dogs and cats (excluding feral cats) must have proof of their rabies vaccine.
If the animal does not have proof of their rabies vaccine, an additional $15 for rabies will be required.
All payments** are due at the time the animal is scheduled.
**Additional fees may apply If additional medications or treatment is needed (e.g., additional pain medication, e-collar, hernia repair, etc.). You will be notified and these fees will be collected at the time the animal is picked up.
||includes the rabies vaccine and ear tip;
must be in feral trap
Financial Assistance for Spay/Neuter
The Humane Society of Johnson County also offers
a Spay / Neuter discount certificate to Johnson County residents.
Spay / Neuter Certificate for listed Veterinarians
Not convinced that spaying/neutering is the right decision for your animal?