We are now looking for volunteers to help at the shelter.

Dog training

Outdoor maintenance

Indoor maintenance

dog walkers



Fundraiser planner

event planning


We want to take this opportunity to thank the Hancock County Community Foundation  for the $10,000.00 grant for our spay, neuter and medical fund for 2024

Visit their website and join in on some activities and donate.

thank you to our major sponsors

In 2023  we rescued over 100 dogs.  Volunteers were exhausted with all the cleaning, laundry, hugging, feeding and walking. 

We adopted out over 89 dogs in 2022 .  At $160.00 a dog for spay and neuter, we  spent $16,250.00 . Vaccinations, $3,800.00, Heartworm preventative $ 2,400.00, Emergencies $4,000.00. 

We use 2 gallons of bleach a day totaling 730 gallons a year.  Please see our WISH LIST to help the dogs

Please help us continue our work to help stop the overpopulation of animals. Any and all donations are accepted and appreciated.  Please mail a check, use PayPal with ladyindy@comcast.net, make a deposit to Greenfield Banking for Frenzy Animal Rescue or credit card in person/phone or Givelify with the link above. Your donation is tax deductible.

37 W Mill St                           

New Palestine, In 46163

(317) 414-5662                  


A little about the shelter

Based in New Palestine, Indiana, Frenzy Animal Rescue  has been rescuing dogs for  25 years. We continue to strive to expand  our programs and offerings to the community through donations and grants . We hope that you will be able to take part in one or more of the many exciting events that we are offering in 2023 and experience firsthand the pride we take in supporting our cause.

It is our mission to help stop the over population of dogs/cats by spay/neuter before adoption and to financially help members of the community to spay/neuter pets. In order to meet our mission and provide services in our community, we rely on the generosity of individuals and businesses. We are asking for your year end, tax deductible donations. This year our goal is to reach $60,000 to help pay for medical, food and housing. Your generosity will help make a difference in our community by allowing us to continue our work. It takes $160.00 just to prepare a dog for adoption, spay/neuter, vaccines, microchip, heartworm test, food, training and medical. Our vet bills can run from $200.00 to $1500.00 a month.

We are also a division of the Hancock County COAD (Community Organizations Active in Disaster). We are there if there is a fire, tornado, flood or any disaster to help care for the animals. Remember that every donation helps, regardless of size. Thank you in advance for your help.