Puppywood Pet Resort supervises dogs while owners are away, provides training programs, and pampers dogs with grooming and bathing services. Daycare allows canines to socialize indoors and outside, frolicking in the grass, climbing on play equipment, or lounging in the pool. Boarding pups stay in open kennels, receiving food and medications as dictated by their owners.
Camp Bow Wow's certified staff dog-sits in large indoor and outdoor play areas in which pups are free to frolic with friends or surveil their own tails. Each of Camp Bow Wow's daycare counselors is a professional in canine first aid and behavior and is adequately trained to diffuse doggy dangers. Camp Bow Wow's experts categorize dogs into play groups based on size, demeanor, and brain power, so pets may engage in fair matches of Trivial Pursuit. Dog owners chained by their work cubicles can peek at their four-legged companions passing time with camper cams, which broadcast live feeds of Camp Bow Wow's play rooms.
At House Vets for House Pets, Dr. Kamaria Catalan and her team of veterinary assistants keep tails wagging happily with comprehensive preventive treatments and medical procedures. With the same care used during surgeries and acupuncture sessions, Dr. Catalan and her team coddle their guests in climate-controlled boarding facilities. Furry visitors frequently visit House Vets for House Pets for daycare or extended visits, romping freely around indoor and outdoor play spaces under the watchful eye of staff members who don’t believe in “cage time.” The staff members also groom critters in their in-house salon and make house calls so that animals can be treated in a familiar and comfortable environment without having to miss the live sitcoms performed by neighboring squirrels.
Ohio Alleycat Resource & Spay/Neuter Clinic (OAR) works to enrich the lives of cats and communities in Greater Cincinnati through low-cost spay or neuter surgeries as well as a no-kill adoption center dedicated to finding loving, permanent homes for cats and kittens. Along with its standard spay or neuter services, OAR helps to protect feral cats and keep the cat population in check through its trap-neuter-return program, in which cats are humanely trapped and spayed or neutered before being returned to their outdoor lives.
Tipp City Veterinary Hospital is certainly able to help pets when medical problems arise. The center's wide-ranging list of services covers everything from basic dentistry to sophisticated laser-therapy treatments for addressing hip pain, tendonitis, and other woes. But even when pets aren't ailing, Tipp City can be helpful to owners. That's because it also offers canine lodging and daycare services that include playtime, treats, and spacious 50-square-foot dog runs.
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.