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Heartland Animal Hospital

Referrals & Local Pet Care Recommendations

Memorial/Home Euthanasia Services

Tenderheart Vet - In-Home Euthanasia - Dr. Rebecca Linot: (316) 844-0414

The decision for euthanasia is never easy. We will help in any way possible within the clinic, but when you would prefer to be in the comfort of your own home, this is an option for you and your family. Serving Wichita & the surrounding areas.

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Pet Traditions Pet Loss Memorial Center: (316) 729-7070

The sincerity and professionalism amongst staff and the vast amount of options available to memorialize your beloved pet is the number one reason we recommend this business. They offer private cremation services as well.

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Grooming & Training

Hands Full Dog Training: Classes are held on-site here at Heartland. Home/Personal sessions available

(316) 712-6450

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The Hairy Sofa Pet Grooming Boutique: 2 Locations! Beautiful, professional, and stylish pet grooming with a boutique of unique pet supplies & accessories.

(316) 866-2990

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Lost/Found Pets

  • Wichita Animal Shelter:  If you have a lost or missing pet

(316) 350-3366

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  • Wichita Animal Control:

(316) 350-3360

  • Sedgwick County Animal Control:

(316) 660-7070

  • Kansas Humane Society:

(316) 524-9196

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  • Caring Hands Humane Society:

(316) 283-0839

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What to do if you have a lost or missing pet

  • To report or view listings of nearby shelters - PetHarbor

  • Visit our Facebook page and send us a message w/ a picture. Provide sex, last known/seen crossroads, and contact name and number

  • Visit WALFP Facebook page to post the same info & a pic

  • Call your microchip company to report a missing pet. If you found a pet, take them to a local vet clinic or shelter to have them scan for a microchip - Petchip

  • Post signs around your neighborhood

  • Download the Nextdoor app to post a found or missing pet in your neighborhood

AA Place For Dogs

Often a significant barrier for addicts entering rehab is the cost and perceived unavailability of quality care for their four-legged companions. AA Place for Dogs will assist addicts by easing the burden and fear of entering rehab and leaving their valued family members behind. They offer support for the care of that animal while the owner is in rehab. (316) 833-8150