October 11, 2022

New, larger clinic planned for Indiana’s largest spay/neuter organization

The Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic in Noblesville has outgrown its current space, and now construction is underway on a new facility that will enable them to dramatically increase their efforts to reduce Indiana’s pet overpopulation. - Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic

The Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic in Noblesville has outgrown its current space, and now construction is underway on a new facility that will enable them to dramatically increase their efforts to reduce Indiana’s pet overpopulation.

Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic

The Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic in Noblesville has outgrown its current space, and now construction is underway on a new facility that will enable them to dramatically increase their efforts to reduce Indiana’s pet overpopulation.

Executive Director Tammy Sollenberger said the new building will be much larger.     

“Oh my gosh, it will have a bigger lobby space. We're separating the surgery, you know, check in and check out area from our vaccine clinic; those two have overlapped,” Sollenberger said.

Sollenberger said it is the largest spay neuter clinic in Indiana.

“We have a transport program, that's another big perk of our new facility. It'll have two garages, and we do service 28 different counties in the state of Indiana that are underserved as far as you know, low cost, spay neuter, and low-cost vaccines,” Sollenberger said.

It will be located at 10175 Pleasant Street, the site of the McKay Farmhouse owned by the Tognetti Family who were well known in Hamilton County. The home, a Noblesville landmark built in 1871, will be preserved and incorporated into the new clinic structure.

The new clinic is scheduled to open in December 2022.

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