Aboite Animal Hospital started with just its founding veterinarian and one assistant in 1973. Today, the AAHA accredited facility has three experienced veterinarians, including the founder, who lead a team of veterinary assistants, technicians, and administrative staff. The animal hospital's services have grown to include personalized veterinary care, advanced nutrition, laser therapy, and regenerative medicine services. The veterinary hospital's founder is recognized as the first veterinarian to provide Co2 laser surgery services in Fort Wayne. The animal doctor has also become Fort Wayne's first ACell Vet Regenerative Medicine practitioner.
Fort Wayne, IN(260) 432-9581
All Paws and Claws Veterinary Clinic is an animal health facility in Angola that specializes in dogs and cats. The facility is open six days a week and always has either one, or both, of the two resident veterinarians and several assistants on call to attend to any emergencies. The clinic was previously known as Catey Veterinary Clinic but changed its name after it was acquired by its current owner and head veterinarian. All Paws and Claws Veterinary Clinic offers discounts to local rescue groups.
Angola, IN(260) 665-5612
Allen Veterinary Hospital offers medical treatment, surgery, grooming, boarding, and medical testing services for pets in Fort Wayne. The hospital has been operating for over 60 years. Daytime grooming services are offered, and the facility is operated by experienced veterinarians who all share a love and dedication for pet health and wellness. The head groomer has worked at the hospital since 1971.
Fort Wayne, IN(260) 744-4121
The Animal Clinic of Paulding has been operating in Paulding since the 1970's. The clinic is currently run by the founding veterinarian's son, and the clinic offers services like dental care, vaccinations, and digital radiology. The clinic's veterinarians, assistants, and technicians are highly experienced professionals who strive to treat all animals admitted at the facility in the most humane manner.
Paulding, OH(419) 399-2871
Animal Hospital of Syracuse was founded in 1998 to provide quality medical care for companion animals in Fort Wayne. The full service pet facility's services include advanced diagnostics, wellness examinations, and surgical services. The hospital treats pets like dogs, cats, birds, and reptiles. The facility also offers vaccination, pain management, nutritional counseling, dental care, radiology, hospice, euthanasia, and integrative medicine services. The hospital also operates a fully stocked pharmacy housed within the facility.
Fort Wayne, IN(260) 627-5859
Auburn Hills Animal Hospital is a veterinary facility that serves pet owners in Auburn and the surrounding areas. The animal hospital's managing veterinarian has been practicing for over 37 years. The veterinarian leads a team of experienced veterinarians and technicians including his nephew who is one of the facility's three resident veterinarians. Services offered at the facility include medical treatments, dental care, microchipping, nutritional counseling, blood transfusions, canine reproductive care, and hospice and euthanasia services.
Auburn, IN(260) 925-5339
Corner Veterinary Clinic offers pet vaccination, surgery, and laboratory testing services for the pet owners of Fort Wayne. The clinic primarily focuses on services for dogs and cats. The clinic's veterinary surgeons have experience with vaccinations and soft tissue surgery including declawing, spaying and neutering, and dental cleaning. Dogs are vaccinated for diseases like rabies, bordetella, lyme, and canine influenza while cats can get feline leukemia, rabies, and RCP vaccinations. Corner Veterinary Clinic's head veterinarian has owned and run the facility since he purchased it in 1983.
Fort Wayne, IN(260) 424-1689
Covington Veterinary Hospital is a full-service animal hospital in Fort Wayne. The hospital has operated from its current location since its founding in 1973. The facility offers services such as diagnostic and routine care, cat grooming, surgery, dental care, and on-site laboratory testing. The staff at the hospital have decades of experience caring for both canine and feline pets. The founding veterinarian is a member of several veterinary industry associations including the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Indiana Veterinary Medical Association, and the ASPCA of Fort Wayne.
Fort Wayne, IN(260) 432-0571
Dupont Veterinary Clinic at Coldwater has experienced rapid growth since its modest beginnings in 1999. The clinic has moved several times until it settled on its current location in Coldwater. Services provided include hospitalization, endoscopy, radiology, surgery, and spaying and neutering services. Dupont Veterinary Clinic also provides wellness care services that include comprehensive nose to tail wellness examinations. The veterinarians at the clinic believe any animal can be a pet. Pets treated at the clinic include dogs, cats, birds, snakes, guinea pigs, hamsters, iguanas, geckos, and ferrets.
Fort Wayne, IN(260) 637-7676
East State Veterinary Clinic is a small animal health practice serving pet owners in Fort Wayne. The veterinary clinic offers full medical, dental, surgical, and grooming services including X-rays and supervised hospitalization. The practice also operates a well-stocked pharmacy located within the facility. Local pet owners also enjoy pet care education services, including how-to videos, offered at the clinic. Pet owners can receive education on pet dieting plans, preventive pet care, and pet training tips.
Fort Wayne, IN(260) 255-3001
Line Street Veterinary Hospital is a full-service animal health facility in Columbia City. Veterinarians at the specialist dog and cat facility are motivated to promote responsible pet ownership, pet care education, and preventive health care above the medical, dental, and surgical care services they offer. Other services include health screening tests, nutritional counseling, pet breeding, anesthesia and patient monitoring, and vaccination. Line Street Veterinary Hospital is accredited with the American Animal Hospitals Association.
Columbia City, IN(260) 244-5626
New Haven Pet Hospital is a veterinary clinic serving pet owners in New Haven. The pet hospital is run by a team of four experienced veterinarians who are dedicated to ensuring pets put in their care are treated with love. Services offered include wellness care, diagnostics, and surgical treatments, as well as lodging and grooming services. Besides standard medical services, the hospital also educates pet owners on how to keep their pets healthy and active. New Haven Pet Hospital has experience with dogs, cats, and rabbits. The facility has a veterinarian and support staff on duty six days per week to attend to pet health emergencies.
New Haven, IN(260) 493-3739
Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital is a 24-hour emergency and critical care animal facility serving Fort Wayne. The pet hospital offers surgical, chemotherapy, endoscopic procedures, advanced treatment for chronic conditions, canine and feline rehabilitation therapy, on-site diagnostics, end-of-life care, and euthanasia services. The veterinary practice works with a partner facility to provide cremation and memorialization services to pet owners dealing with the loss of their beloved pets. The pet hospital has accreditation from the American Animal Hospitals Association.
Fort Wayne, IN(260) 255-3074
Pine Valley Veterinary Clinic has operated in Pine Valley since 1979. The Fort Wayne animal health facility offers diagnostic and therapeutic services, X-rays, electrocardiography, ultrasound, dentistry, laboratory testing, and surgical services. Pine Valley Veterinary Clinic is a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners' Cat Friendly Practice Program.
Fort Wayne, IN(260) 489-1011
Smith Veterinary Hospital is an animal care facility serving Berne. The clinic was founded by veterinarians Madge and Larry Smith. Although equine health specialist Dr. Larry Smith is now retired, his wife Dr. Madge Smith still works at the animal hospital. Madge has been working in Berne as a specialist small animal veterinarian for over 30 years. The facility offers services that include emergency and critical care, dental care, microchipping, blood transfusions, bathing, grooming, as well as hospice and euthanasia services for terminally ill pets.
Berne, IN(260) 589-2460
St. Joe Center Veterinary Hospital was founded in 1967 and offers full veterinary services for dog and cats. The Fort Wayne animal hospital’s services include primary pet care, grooming, boarding, and an on-site pharmacy. Primary pet care services include routine checkups, dental and oral care, pain management, surgery, X-ray, declawing, microchipping, euthanasia, and pet care education. St. Joe Center Veterinary Hospital is accredited with the American Animal Hospitals Association and has won the Allen County SPCA’s Vet of the year Award for three consecutive years.
Fort Wayne, IN(260) 255-3233
Van Wert Veterinary Clinic is an animal care facility serving pet owners in Van Wert. The clinic treats both small and large animals. It provides services such as medical treatments, surgery, dental care, boarding, and grooming. Van Wert Veterinary Clinic's website displays links to online resources where pet owners can access information on animal care matters. The clinic is run by an experienced veterinarian who is a graduate of the Purdue University of Veterinary Science.
Van Wert, OH(419) 238-2434
Waynedale Animal Clinic uses quality veterinary care and education to improve the bond between pet owners and their pets. The clinic offers services like medical laser therapy, microchipping, in-house laboratory testing, and nutritional counseling. Waynedale Animal Clinic also offer euthanasia services for pet owners faced with the difficult choice of ending their aged and suffering pets lives. The clinic's owner is also the senior veterinarian and he has worked at the clinic since 1985.
Fort Wayne, IN(260) 747-4196
Westside Animal Hospital has the prestigious distinction of having maintained the Standard Of Veterinary Excellence accreditation by the American Animal Hospitals Association for over five decades. The animal hospital was opened in 1957. Westside Animal Hospital's services now include medical care, dentistry, surgery, grooming, and boarding. The hospital has an online library where pet owners can access information on intestinal parasite control and preventive care.
Fort Wayne, IN(260) 432-1542