Pooch At Play is West Lafayette's newest Doggie Daycare! We feature 2 large indoor playrooms for SAFE playtime for dogs of any size! Our trained staff will take great care of your pooch while you are at work or play! We use only positive training techniques to encourage good behaviors and keep your pooch happy!
The Paw Patch Veterinary Hospital teems with dogs and cats visiting for check-ups and grooming from a team of expert vet technicians, assistants, and doctors. They perform a host of services that range from surgery and microchipping to senior care and wellness exams. The expert groomers wash hides and trim nails, or invite guests to bring their pooch to self-serve wash stations, which supply owners with plenty of shampoo to wash off the thick coat of mud, seeds, and sagebrush that accumulates on pets.
Fetch Dog Resort's team of professional trainers and dog groomers accommodates all classes of canines within the 2,500-square-foot resort and grooming spa. Pawed patrons can get refreshed with natural Happy Tails spa products in a deluxe bubble bath and be treated for dry skin, cracked noses, and peanut-butter addictions. Alternatively, dogs can frolic amid up to 30 of their peers in an expansive playroom as certified trainers look on. A separate area for small dogs keeps them protected, and a tasty midday snack keeps boarders from growing hungry. During overnight boarding, dogs lay to rest in spacious suites, crates, or cageless boarding facilities. The staff indulges dogs with frequent bathroom walks and attention.
Hedgehog Hannah travels to birthday parties, scouting events, and family gatherings to regale audiences with her collection of animals, providing an experience that is equal parts exciting and edifying. The assortment comprises critters from all over the world, including an alligator, a snake, and sugar glider. Humans have the chance to pet and play with the animals and play trivia games for which they may win prizes. Party packages are also available, and they may include a personally wrapped birthday gift, cake and pizza, or the chance to dress Hedgehog Hannah's chihuahua, Pablo, in costumes and accessories. Concerned parents need not fret, as each animal is trained to stay as calm and well-behaved as a Pilgrim practicing yoga.
On average, IndyHumane spends $600–$800 to care for each animal in its shelter, and in 2010, it cared for more than 6,000 animals. Although the shelter does not euthanize animals because of time or space, its limited food, medical, and staff resources constrain the number of animals it can accept. The Humane Society of Indianapolis relies on contributions, grants, and adoption fees to fund the services it provides.