Humane Society of Hamilton County

Fishers, IN

The 8,000 SF concrete block utilitarian building housing the Humane Society of Hamilton County (HSHC) was more than 30 years old and too small to provide animals with a decent quality of life. That changed in April 2021, when the HSHC found a forever home in Fishers, Ind. At about 41,000 square feet, the new facility is five times larger than the previous one and includes a spacious welcome area, a kitchen, a medical grade ventilation system, classroom space, a canine “romping room,” sunlight-filled “catios,” and a wellness center and surgical suite. The new layout and expanded kennel space reduces the stress on animals so they can be themselves and, in turn, be adopted more quickly.

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