From the moment you enter the Kirby Veterinary Hospital with your dog or cat patient in tow, you and your pet will have a whole new attitude about going to the vet. Your pet will be treated to the absolute best veterinary care coupled with affection, fun, and lots of treats.
H.A.L.O. is Indian River County’s only no kill, non-profit animal rescue and adoption center. Through your support, H.A.L.O. continues to save thousands of animals every year. At H.A.L.O. no animal is ever euthanized for age, a treatable medical condition, or behavioral problem. They are cared for both physically and emotionally until each one is ready for a family of their own.
This wonderful piece of green space was developed and is maintained by community volunteers and is free of charge for anyone to visit. Park includes separate small and large dog areas, doggie drinking fountains, shaded seating area, and plenty of wide open space for your dog to enjoy. So bring your best friend and enjoy the many benefits and events that this wonderful dog friendly park has to offer.
For The Love Of Paws provides a sanctuary or new homes for pets left behind by senior citizens who can no longer care for them. There is also a Paws Pet Food Pantry to provide pet food to food banks, veteran and senior citizen organizations.
Mission: to rescue and care for unwanted or abused exotic animals. Critter Haven provides a safe haven that allows the animals to live out their lives in a caring and safe environment. They accept fish, reptiles, birds, and mammals. Every animal is given a permanent home at Critter Haven. They do not trade, sell or breed animals. Instead, efforts are devoted to each animal's specific needs. Critter Haven is the only exotic animal rescue sanctuary in Indian River County, Florida. Please visit the above links to learn more about Critter Haven.
Critter Haven is a Preserve and is NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Please do not call for tours
Dogs For Life specializes in training Hearing Dogs, Mobility Assistance Dogs and Service Dogs for the public and veterans to assist with hearing and mobility challenges, as well as the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress. Dogs for Life also offers an illuminated and well maintained Dog Park at 12th Street and 16th Avenue that provides a clean and safe environment for dogs and people to exercise and socialize. First year membership is $100 for dogs that are inoculated, neutered and social. Call for more information.
At this 7 ½ acre facility you’ll find all you need to keep your dog entertained and exercised. With watering facilities, sally-port entries and a small and large dog section, the park is complete with shade and picnic areas for owners. Park features separate small and large dog areas, handicap parking, drinking fountain, pond, benches, covered picnic tables, as well as a walking trail around the lake. Park is free and open to the public daily from sunrise to sunset.