We are making a difference in the community!
At  H.O.P.E. for Animals  it is our MISSION to eliminate the preventable euthanasia of companion animals and community cats by providing
high-quality low-cost spay/neuter and wellness services, by supporting rescue and by promoting responsible pet ownership.

Tickets are going fast!
On Saturday, September 22nd
H.O.P.E. for Animals will be hosting our 

Hip to Snip Fur-ball Bash! 

Attendees will enjoy dinner and dessert, live music, photo fun, drinks, lots of raffles including the popular 50/50 raffle, and casino gaming (for fun). This is a
one of a kind event with something for everyone. We hope you can attend, and bring your friends to raise money with us for a great cause! 



Psssst....There may be a few special
four-legged guests this year!
Have a great LAB-OR Day!
H.O.P.E. for Animals will be closed on September 3rd in observance of
Labor Day.

Relax and have a great day with your pets and the humans too I suppose!

We will return to regular business hours on September 4th! :)
Dog Days of Summer
Thank you to Bob Rohrman Subaru of Fort Wayne for hosting this event for both H.O.P.E. for Animals and the Allen County SPCA. We encourage everyone who can to participate in this event, there will even be prizes! Bring your pup or your friends, and run or walk for a great cause!
Sunday, September 2nd
2pm - 8pm
Franke Park
Canine Influenza - Why Your Pet Should Be Vaccinated
According to dogflu.com...
"Dog Flu is a highly contagious virus. All it takes is one interaction with an infected dog, or infected surface, for your pet to contract Dog Flu. Therefore, all dogs should be vaccinated.

Both the scientific literature and what has been seen during the outbreaks suggests that Dog Flu is highly infectious. The virus spreads rapidly, especially at boarding facilities, groomers, doggy day cares, dog parks and other spots where dogs co-mingle. Dog Flu can be spread by direct contact with respiratory discharge from infected dogs, through the air via a cough or sneeze, and by contact with contaminated objects such as dog bowls and clothing, or by people moving between infected and uninfected dogs. Dog owners whose dogs are coughing or showing other signs of respiratory disease should not participate in activities or bring their dogs to facilities where other dogs can be exposed to the virus."

H.O.P.E. for Animals offers the Canine Influenza Vaccination at our clinic for only $22.00. Call today to schedule an appointment.

260-420-7729
We love Community Cats, do you?
Did you know, H.O.P.E. for Animals has a facebook page dedicated to our Community Cat program? It's a page filled with, you guessed it, all things CATS! From helpful tips to photos of local cats, you wont want to miss out!

Did you know that our clinic has spayed or neutered over 14,000 community cats! We are working hard every day to save lives!

How We Help Our Supporters
"My 7-month-old German Shepherd puppy named Bailey was spayed at HOPE for Animals today and was highly anxious and scared at drop-off. I mean TERRIFIED. The staff was compassionate and understanding and did everything they could to make her as comfortable as possible! They even asked that I go in the back to help get her into a cage. When I picked her up, they allowed me to take her out through a back door so she wouldn’t have to go through the lobby around the other dogs and deal with that anxiety again. It really meant a lot to me that they did everything they could to make her comfortable and they were all so nice! I highly recommend them, and encourage everyone to make donations to help keep them open! They’re doing great things for our community and genuinely care about every animal they serve!"

-L. Olry
Facebook Review
Look how many animals we helped in July!

July 2018

H.O.P.E. for Animals provided

900 spay/neuter surgeries
664 pets visited our Wellness Clinic

So far this year we have provided
6,732 spay/neuter surgeries!

Save the Dates
Upcoming Events 2018


Sun, September 2nd, stop by our booth!
Sun, September 9th, stop by our booth!
Hip to Snip Furball Bash
Sat, September 22nd
Sat, Oct 6th, stop by our booth!
Sat, October 13th


We are looking for businesses that want to reach loyal, pet-loving supporters, and to provide your message to nearly 100,000 people in our community. Interested? Click on the Sponsorship Opportunities link below!

Upcoming Dine/Shop to Donates 2018:
Scotty's Brewhouse - Thur, August 16th 11am - 11:59pm
Donate
H.O.P.E. for Animals is a 501c3 nonprofit. We are reliant on donations and grants to operate. With support from friends like you
we are able to help thousands of families and pets each month.

Please consider making a gift today. Learn More
We are proud to share with our supporters that we have partnered with the Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne to form an endowment fund for H.O.P.E. for Animals. This fund will create an ongoing source of income for our organization so that we can continue our charitable work for many years to come.

Would you consider making a legacy gift to our cause? When you make a legacy gift, you are demonstrating your commitment to our mission that is saving lives every day. H.O.P.E. for Animals is dedicated to working with donors who are considering, or who have made plans, to leave a gift in their will, trust, or by beneficiary designation. Your gift can be made in honor or memory of a loved one or pet, and deepens your commitment to improving the lives of animals in our community and surrounding communities. 

To learn more about legacy giving, please reach out to our
Executive Director, Allison Miller, at AMiller@hfafw.org.
Thank you for donating!

A donation was made in memory of:

Sally Hart
~P. Schick

Nicole Smith
~J. Murray

Shirley Katherine Gasf-Hasty
~Wagner-Meinert Company

Beverly Haag-Parkison
~International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union 305

Casey the Cat
~D. Robbins

Roxy's Foxy Lady
~A. Knappenberger

Shelby the Dog
~M. Bryan




H.O.P.E. for Animals

1333 Maycrest Drive
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46805
Phone: 260-420-SPAY (7729)