7733 E Indian School Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Phone: 480-945-4451

Fax: 480-994-3417


M, T, Th, F: 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Wed & Sat:8:00 A.M. to Noon
Sunday: Closed

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Indian School Animal Hospital

Pet Adoption

In certain situations, we work with the Maricopa County Rescue program on finding forever homes for dogs and cats that need a second chance.

Looking for a Fur-ever Home

teddy and fozzyTeddy & Fozzy

Teddy and Fozzy were caught during a TNR(Trap, Neuter, Return) project in May in a Gilbert neighborhood at approximately 3 months old. They were feral but young enough to be tamed so they have been neutered, vaccinated and tested negative for FIV and FELV. They have been fostered in a home with other cats and a large dog. They are still a bit shy at times but warm up quickly; they can very playful and have lots of purrs ready for their new family!

Success Stories


Tylor is a senior boxer mix that was found as a stray by a good samaritan. After arriving for adoption at Indian School Animal Hospital, lab work and medical care were provided to make sure Tylor was in top shape for adoption. Tylor spent only a short amount of time with us before being adopted. Tylor is now a very happy, healthy, and loved boy, enjoying his new life with our technician, Hillary.


Max was an owner surrender that came to Indian School Animal Hospital. He was already friendly and healthy, but needed his vaccines and to be neutered. Indian School Animal Hospital took care of these things and he was quickly taken home by a generous foster. The foster quickly fell in love with Max and decided to keep him. He now lives the high life in a snazzy downtown apartment with his kitty cat brother, Lannie.

Nux and RufioNux & Rufio

Nux, the kitten, and Rufio, the chihuahua, were both rescues through Indian School Animal Hospital. Rufio came to us through our work with the rescue program, along with his brother and two sisters. All four puppies were fostered by staff at the clinic. They recieved their vaccines and were spayed or neutered, then adopted out. Rufio was adopted by one of the fosters, our receptionist, Nikki. Nux came to us through unusual means at only a day old. She recieved 24 hour care thanks to the combinded efforts of the staff at Indian School Animal Hospital and their families. Nux and Rufio became best friends, so of course, Nux was adopted by Nikki without hesitation.


Little Oliver was found in a shoe box on the side walk. Inside, with the small kitten, was a torn up t-shirt and a piece of poptart crust. Oliver was nursed to health by Dr. Delac and the technicians at Indian School Animal Hospital. Once healthy, he was adopted quickly and now enjoys a lavish life of being spoiled every day by his new family.