December 04, 2013
IndyVet Emergency & Specialty Hospital, formerly known as Indianapolis Veterinary Emergency Center (IVEC), is hosting a free pet loss support group Thursday, Dec. 5 from 6-7 p.m. at the animal hospital near Beech Grove.
The 22,000 square-foot state-of-the-art facility is located at 5425 Victory Drive, just south and east of the I-465 & South Emerson Avenue interchange on the city’s southeastside.
The class will be facilitated by Coleen Ellis, founder of Two Hearts Pet Loss Center, and Jane Rose, owner of Rose Pet Memorial Center. It is open to anyone who has a pet battling a serious illness or is grieving from the loss of a pet due to death, disappearance or any other circumstance.
Attendees can register in advance by calling Tina Goens, IndyVet human resources director, at 317.782.4484, although it is not required.
The pet loss support group takes place the first Thursday of every month.
For information, log on www.IndyVet.com.
About IndyVet Emergency & Specialty Hospital
IndyVet Emergency & Specialty Hospital, formerly Indianapolis Veterinary Emergency Center (IVEC) and Indianapolis Veterinary Referral (IVR), is a 24-hour specialty practice comprised of emergency, internal medicine, surgery and ophthalmology services. The 22,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility is well known for its PET-E-911 emergency phone line, the Midwest’s first Canine & Feline Blood Donor Program and Indiana’s first feline kidney transplant.