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Humane Society for Boone County

5366 S Indianapolis Rd, Whitestown, IN 46075

Contact Christy Brubaker
Phone (877) 473-6722
cats & dogs at Humane Society for Boone County
1 - 5 of 5 adoptable pets at this shelter

Areas Humane Society for Boone County serves

Boone County: Lebanon, Jamestown, Whitestown, Zionsville, Thorntown

Humane Society for Boone County's adoption process


Submit Application



A phone interview to determine which foster home the dog is in and if there are additional dogs you might be interested in.


Meet the Pet


Approve Application

Additional adoption info

Adoption fees

Dogs $175 (over 6 mos) & Puppies $200
includes vaccinations, rabies shot, microchip, heartworm testing, and spay/neuter.

Cats $60 (over 6 mos) & Kittens $75
includes vaccinations, rabies shot, spay/neuter

***HSFORBC will not transport animals out of state. If you are unable to meet an animal, prior to adoption, we will not accept your application.

Adoption application

About Humane Society for Boone County

The Humane Society for Boone County is a private not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) organization almost entirely volunteer operated and dedicated to the task of animal welfare, rescue and education in Boone County, Indiana. The shelter operates through a network of generous donors, volunteers and foster families.

HSforBC has no powers to act as animal control, but will work in conjunction with law enforcement as requested.

Found/stray animals are advertised and held for a minimum of 7 days. Animals that are not claimed will be brought up-to-date with vaccinations, microchipped, altered and become available for adoption.

Humane Society for Boone County's adopted pets

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