F.A.R. Has a food bank for dogs if you have a need for some food please let us know or show up on Wednesday night from 6-7PM. The food is free. This is our way of giving back to the community that has so graciously kept us able to help more dogs/birds.
Food bank hours are Wednesday evenings from 6-7PM.
No questions asked and only 1 bag dog/cat food per visit Call 317-414-5662 with any questions.
Tragedy has struck !!!! We threw a rod in our van and now have no way to transport more then 2 dogs at a time.
If you know someone that has an older van very cheap or will donate for a tax receipt PLEASE have them contact us.
We are desperate at this point. It doesnt matter what it looks like as long as it is drivable or needs minimum work.
Eli Roy is 1 years old. He is a Terrier mix. He loves to play tug and chase. His most favorite thing is to snuggle up to you for hours.
he is good around other dogs and cats.
He has been neutered, shots, heartworm tested, microchiped.
Go to the adoption application to apply for him.
OUR GOAL IS TO HELP STOP THE OVERPOPULATION OF DOGS BY SPAY/NEUTUER
To help stop the cruelty of animals by doing home visits before and after adoptions. Doing vet checks before adoptions.
To help owners that want to keep thier pets we give them food and have at times, when funds allow to get vaccines.
We have a few select dogs that are trained as Mobility Service Dogs for people that have health problems and need help to get through the days. This promises these dogs a home forever.
We could not do any of this without the kindness and donations of all our supporters and volunteers.
Monday 1Pm to 7PM
Tuesday 1Pm to 7PM
Wednesday 6PM to 8PM Dog Food Bank--adoptions
Thursday obedience training 6PM - 7PM adoptions 7-9
Saturday Apointments only
Dog food will be given out any time we are open.
Hancock County Community Foundation . We want to thank you for your grant to continue our spay/neuter program for the rescued dogs and the people of Hancock County.
THIS WAS A GREAT TIME AND EVERYONE ENOYED THE DOGS AND CATS.
THANK YOU EVERYONE. Pictures will be uploaded soon
We received $1042.00 donation from the event. THANK YOU
2012 MARION COUNTY FAIR-Open Car Show
Saturday June 30, 2012 from 9:am to 3:00pm
All Proceeds benefit:
Frenzy Animal Rescue, Inc.
New Palestine, Indiana
For more information call Steve Styer (317)270-2843 or Dave Jones (317)850-4261
or vist old cars only
We are now offering private/group/onsite obedience training for you and your dog. Resonable rates.Training will be held on Thursday 6PM to 7PM. Come on out and bring your dogs shot records
37 1/2 W Mill St, New Palestine, In 46163
p: (317) 861 1650
Donations can be made at Ameriana Bank to Frenzy Animal Rescue account.
Paypal.com using email@example.com
Or by mailing a check or money order to Po Box 194, New Palestine, In 46163
Gifts for the dogs may be sent to Po Box 194, New Palestine, In 46163. They can also be dropped off at 37 1/2W Mill St and put under the porch or brought to the door.
Thank you for all the support you have given in the past.
We are in desperate need of bleach, we can also use laundry soap, dawn dish soap, chicken breast, hamburger, hot dogs, brown rice, benedryl(NOT THE COLD TYPE), frontline, heartguard, paper towels .
Office supplies needed
920 HP ink, 74, and 75 ink, file folders, desktop computer(working please),
We are also looking for someone that will build a shelter type cover over our kennels outdoors
Donations can be dropped off at 37 1/2 W Mill St(actually off of Birch St)
Tax receipts upon request