About Us

Healthy Pets Clinic Directions

Healthy Pets Clinic

Our Healthy Pets Clinic provides low-cost vaccines, preventatives, basic veterinary care and diagnostics for dogs and cats at our Steedly Drive location. No appointment needed. 

Our hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.

 

502-515-3133
241 Steedly Drive
Louisville, KY 40214
FAX (502) 366-3653

 


Directions:

From East Louisville

Take I-64 West to I-264 West. Go approximately 9 miles, then exit at the Southern Parkway/3rd Street exit. Turn left at the end of the ramp. Go about one mile and turn left onto Tenny Avenue. Turn right onto Southside Drive. Go just over a half-mile, and then turn left onto Steedly Drive. The Kentucky Humane Society's Healthy Pets Clinic is near the end of Steedly Drive, on the left.

From Downtown / Southern Indiana

Take I-65 South to I-264 West. Go approximately one and a half miles to the Southern Parkway/3rd Street exit. Turn left at the end of the ramp. Go about one mile and turn left onto Tenny Avenue. Turn right onto Southside Drive. Go just over a half-mile, and then turn left onto Steedly Drive. The Kentucky Humane Society's Healthy Pets Clinic is near the end of Steedly Drive, on the left.

From South Louisville

Take I-265 East to Fairdale exit number 8. At the end of the ramp, turn left onto National Turnpike. When National Turnpike dead ends, turn right onto Southside Drive. Turn right onto Strawberry Lane. At the flashing yellow light, turn left on Steedly Drive. The Kentucky Humane Society's Healthy Pets Clinic is the first driveway on the right.

 

Our Executive Staff

Our Leadership Team Members

Lori Redmon, President and CEO
Britney Chaney, Chief Operating Officer
Andrea Blair, PR & Marketing Director
Alisa Gray, Development Director
Scott Kautzman, Administration Director
Karen Koenig, Community Outreach Director
Robin Vincent, Shelter Operations Director

 

Our Board of Directors

Ann Joseph (chair)
Beth Andrews (chair elect)
Jena Stone (treasurer)
Andrea Duvall (secretary)
Beth Andrews
Brink Bloembergen
David Buschman
Gary Clements
Steve Codey
Tony Deye
Laurel Durham
Patrick Padgett
Brian Ramsey
Geoff Ritter
Darren Stein
Jena Stone
Patti Swope
Nancy Jo Trafton

Advisory Board

Roy Burns, DVM
Toni Clem
Nick Costides
Brian Haara
John Hassmann
Rick Maynard
Glenn Price

 

 

ASPCA Community Partner

Our Goal: Every Adoptable Pet has a Loving, Permanent Home

ASPCA Louisville Community PartnersIn August 2012 the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) announced that Louisville has been chosen as their 2013 Partner Community. The three founding partner agencies are the Kentucky Humane Society, Louisville Metro Animal Services and Alley Cat Advocates.

As part of this partnership, Louisville's participating agencies will receive expert advice, data analysis and funding opportunities from the ASPCA.  The goal is to jointly save more animal lives by increasing the live release rate (the number of animals that are adopted or transferred to other rescue organizations), increase spay/neuter surgeries of owned pets and expand programs that help keep pets in their homes and out of area shelters.

 

ASPCA Community Partnership FAQ

 

Q. Who are the participating animal welfare agencies in Louisville?

 

Kentucky Humane Society (KHS)

  • A private nonprofit established in 1884, KHS is the state’s largest pet adoption agency and spay/neuter provider
  • Advocates for the humane treatment of companion animals through leadership and proactive solutions to pet overpopulation, including adoptions, education and spay/neuter efforts.

 

Louisville Metro Animal Services (LMAS)

  • The largest animal control agency in Kentucky
  • An open-admission public shelter that protects public health and safety and ensures the humane treatment of animals

 

Alley Cat Advocates (ACA)

  • The city’s only nonprofit agency devoted exclusively to the welfare of community cats
  • Volunteer-driven ACA focuses on Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) and advocacy, and has spayed or neutered 30,000+ cats since 2000
 
Q. How many homeless animals entered the Louisville partner agencies last year?

• Nearly 20,000 homeless animals entered the Louisville partner agencies in 2011.

 
Q. What are some of the challenges, besides overcrowded shelters, that Louisville faces?
  • Increasing the number of lost pets reunited with owners;
  • Stressing the importance of early sterilization of pets;
  • Increasing awareness of the many homeless animals available for adoption in Louisville;
  • Continuing to strengthen Louisville’s disaster planning and preparedness for both pet owners and animal welfare organizations; and
  • Finding proactive ways to keep pets in the home and decrease relinquishments to the shelters.
 
Q. How will the ASPCA Partnership address these issues?
  • In 2012 ASPCA conducted baseline assessments to evaluate the community’s perception and current resources, as well as the capacity, strengths and challenges of the two sheltering agencies.
  • Using the baseline assessments, the ASPCA team and the local shelter partners strategically planned how to prioritize and target efforts to maximize the number of lives saved, while paying special attention to making sure these efforts are collaborative, measurable and sustainable. 
  • The partner agencies implement the plans with leadership and funding support from the ASPCA. Funds will be used to improve adoption programs, reduce intake and increase the availability of low-cost spay/neuter, among other things.

S.N.I.P. Clinic Directions

S.N.I.P. Clinic

Our S.N.I.P. Clinic provides affordable spay/neuter surgeries for cats and dogs. Appointments required. 

502-636-3491
4918 Preston Highway
Louisville, KY 40213
FAX (502) 636-3248


Directions:

From I-65:

Take I-65 to Exit 130 for Grade Ln toward KY-61 S/Preston Hwy. Take a right on Preston Highway. The S.N.I.P. Clinic is located .6 miles on the right.

Feeders Supply Adoptions

feederslogoFeeders Supply Adoption Sites (7 stores)

Looking for your new best friend? Visit a Kentucky Humane Society adoption center at Feeders Supply. We have KHS animals and KHS staff every hour the stores are open.

 

Open Monday to Saturday 9 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.; Sunday 10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.