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Is your business interested in joining the Pet Friendly Business Program? It’s easy and free! Learn More

What’s more fun than bringing your dog along? As the world reopens, we’re all eager to get out and enjoy local restaurant patios, breweries, and other places with outdoor space. Fido (or Fluffy) is in luck – many Indiana businesses let them come along!

We’ve created a listing to help customers find great places to spend time with family, friends, and pets.

Save Lives While You Drive!

By choosing the Pet Friendly license plate, you are not only showing your love of pets, you’re helping make every Indiana shelter a zero-kill shelter.

Pet Friendly Services of Indiana receives funding from this specialty plate and uses every penny to support the work of rescue groups, shelters, and community cat programs across the state.  We also fund surgeries for limited-income pet owners to ensure their pets are fixed.

We have funded more than 170,000 surgeries, saving hundreds of thousands of Indiana cats and dogs from euthanasia due to shelter overpopulation.

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Success Stories

Pet Friendly Services of Indiana is committed to making Indiana a zero-kill state! We've funded over 170,000 surgeries on our way to meeting that goal. Here are just a few of the thousands of lives we've already helped save.

Pet Friendly Services in Action: Community Cats are where it's at!

Pet Friendly Services of Indiana and Indy Neighborhood Cats teamed up for a special Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) project to find six adorable cats a brand-new home in a Zionsville barn! “Pet Friendly” Pet Reporter, Buffy Phyne, has the where, what, why and how community cat programs like this one can help cats AND dogs across the state.

The BEST way to get every shelter to zero kill is by reducing intake at the source. Pet Friendly Services, with funding from the Pet Friendly License Plate, provides spay/neuter surgeries for TNR programs that save thousands of lives every year. Together we ensure cats and dog live happy, healthy lives.