INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Business) — IndyHumane has donated several pieces of veterinary equipment to the Humane Society of Hamilton County to support homeless pets. The equipment includes a portable dental x-ray unit, a dental scaler and high-speed hand drill for advanced dental procedures and handheld instruments to measure eye pressure.
IndyHumane Chief Executive Officer David Horth says the organization serves more than 15,000 animals annually between adoptions, spay/neutering and community programs.
“It is a role we take very seriously. We are happy to be able to help more animals in the community by sharing our resources with shelter partners who share our vision and values,“ said Horth.
Humane Society of Hamilton County President and CEO Rebecca Stevens says enabling the organization to have a medical center inside its new facility is critical to serve the over 3,000 animals they care for each year.
“We are incredibly grateful for IndyHumane’s generous donation of medical equipment as it allows us to perform even more procedures that will improve these animals’ quality of life, and I’m looking forward to more opportunities for HSHC and IndyHumane to collaborate in the future.”