Angel Animal Hospital is an Indianapolis veterinary clinic. Patients can receive preventative care and wellness exams, general medicine, and surgery and anesthesia. Laser surgery, laser therapy, lab services, digital radiology, and boarding are also available. Dr. Anna Piper and Dr. Joy Ritz have almost 40 years of combined experience in veterinary medicine. Walk-ins are welcome, and the hospital also offers early drop-offs.
Greenwood, IN(317) 888-6435
Broad Ripple Animal Clinic (BRAC) has been serving Greater Indianapolis for 35 years. The office offers radiology, ultrasound, endoscopy, cancer treatment, vaccinations, kitten care, laparoscopic surgery, dog behavioral consulting, and breeding referral services. Arthur Anderson Consulting chose BRAC as one of the top 52 veterinary hospitals in the United States. BRAC has also won Angie's List Super Service Award ten times.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 257-5334
Companion Animal Medical Center has been offering pet health care services since 1992. The clinic provides wellness check-ups, preventive care, acupuncture, vaccines, bathing, anesthesia safety, endoscopy, laser therapy and surgery, and general surgery. Owner and founder Dr. Anthony Buzzetti previously managed an emergency veterinary hospital in Iowa and also served at the Airport Emergency Clinic in Indianapolis.
Carmel, IN(317) 844-0049
Eagle Creek Animal Clinic has been an Indianapolis veterinary clinic for over 30 years. Patients can receive examinations, surgery, radiology, ultrasound, behavioral consultation, nutritional counseling, drug-free pain and wellness therapies, and referrals to specialists. Owner Dr. Barry Foster, DVM has been practicing for 25 years, and Dr. Patty Kovach, DVM is vice-chair of the Indiana Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 291-5830
Fall Creek Veterinary Medical Center provides pet health services to Greater Indianapolis. The practice has a range of services including laser therapy, ophthalmology, preventative medicine, radiology, surgery, behavioral medicine, dentistry, critical care, and cancer treatment. The clinic provides grooming, house calls, and specialist referrals. Dr. Jerry L. Risser received the Excellence in Continuing Education and the 2013 President's Awards from the IVMA.
Mccordsville, IN(317) 336-8900
Franklin Falls Animal Clinic is an Indianapolis veterinarian center. The hospital has anesthesia, hospice services, microchipping, nutritional counseling, behavioral medicine, pain management, surgery, and senior care. Patients can also benefit from an on-site pharmacy, parasite prevention and control, laser therapy, and dentistry. Franklin Falls Animal Clinic will treat rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, hamsters, rats, gerbils, and mice.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 859-0252
Freeland Animal Hospital has been providing veterinary services to the Indianapolis Metro area since 1999. Services offered include declawing, Total Care Plans, wellness exams, senior care, general surgery, flea and heartworm control, microchipping, diagnostics, dental care, and digital x-rays. Dr. Leon Freeland received his DVM from Iowa State University in 1988. Pet owners can use the online pharmacy via Petly and VetSource.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 823-1100
Glasgo Memorial Veterinary Hospital opened in 1976 and provides veterinarian services to the Indianapolis Metro area. Patients receive a range of services from dental care and routine surgery to allergy treatment and tumor removal. The practice also handles chronic diseases and pain management. Current owners, Dr. Jennifer Glasgo and Dr. Jes Jackson, graduated from the Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine in 2009.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 271-3000
IndyVet is an Indianapolis specialty veterinarian with 24-hour services. The clinic provides emergency, internal medicine, surgery, ophthalmology, and rehabilitation services at its 22,000 square foot facility. IndyVet has a blood bank and also offers Iodine 131 Therapy, canine rehabilitation, and anesthesia. The practice is an AAHA Accredited Referral Hospital, and clients can download a free IndyVet App to use on iPhone and Droid.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 782-4484
Leo's Pet Care is an veterinary center with locations in Indianapolis and Carmel. Leo's Pet Care is committed to educating and involving pet owners so they can be better pet parents. The practice is the sole provider of Vaccines for Life in Indianapolis. Patients can also receive Custom Parasite protection and other services such as heartworm tests, flea meds, deworming, and feline leukemia/FIV tests.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 721-7387
Mass Ave. Animal Clinic is a pet health center in the Indianapolis area. The practice provides a range of medical, surgical, and reproductive services. These include vaccinations, microchipping, echocardiograms, lab work, dentistry, declawing, foreign body removal, entropion surgery, surgical insemination, Caesarean sections, and fertility exams. Dr. Kurt Phillips received his DVM from Purdue University School of Veterinarian Medicine. Patients are referred to two other clinics for emergency services.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 396-0056
Michigan Road Animal Hospital at 96th Street first opened in 2008 and offers pet health services to the entire Indianapolis Metro area. The office has puppy and kitten care plans, preventative medicine, diagnostics, hospitalization and intensive care, grooming, and boarding. Owners can also drop off their pets for examination and treatment. Food, care, and medications for cats and dogs are available via an online store.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 228-0645
Michigan Road Animal Hospital at Crooked Creek serves the Greater Indianapolis area. Services offered include emergencies, vaccinations, microchipping, grooming, boarding and daycare, lab work, surgery, behavioral counseling, laser surgery, and laser therapy. Dr. Rod Duncan received his DVM in 1972 from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine and served in the Air Force. The facility is an AAHA Accredited Hospital as well as a Certified Cat-Friendly Practice.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 291-3932
Oaklandon Animal Clinic has been an Indianapolis animal health clinic for almost 20 years. Patients can benefit from an in-house laboratory, digital dental radiology, video otoscopy, boarding, pre-anesthetic bloodwork, surgery, online pharmacy, and other medical care. The office carries Science Diet Prescription Diets, and the practice accepts CareCredit. Saturday services are available by appointment only.
Oaklandon, IN(317) 823-3464
Shelby Street Animal Clinic provides veterinary services to Indianapolis and the surrounding areas. The practice treats dogs, cats, and ferrets, and has preventative care, medical care, nutritional and behavioral counseling, and surgery. The office is a kid-friendly clinic. Shelby Street Animal Clinic is closed on Sundays, and after-hours emergencies are referred to the Airport Animal Emergency Center.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 787-5323
Shelbyville Road Veterinary Hospital has been serving the Indianapolis area for 12 years. The pet clinic offers puppy and kitten care, dental care, microchipping, surgery, pain management, diagnostic services, allergy testing and treatment, and senior dog and cat care. Dr. Timothy Thunell received his DVM from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994 and performed vet relief work from 2001 until 2003.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 784-2773
The Animal Medical Center is a pet health center serving the Indianapolis Metro area. The practice provides general exams, specialty as well as general surgery, critical care during office hours, dentistry, microchipping, laser therapy, and grooming. Animal Medical Center has an on-site laboratory and also carries various lines of prescription pet food. The clinic recommends pet owners make appointments, and CareCredit is accepted.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 897-0951
The Cat Care Clinic of Indianapolis was the first veterinary center to treat exclusively cats in Indiana. First opened in 1977, the practice has kitten as well as adult and geriatric care, spay/neuter, ultrasonography, dental care, surgery, and grooming. Patients can choose from various "condos" and "suites" in the boarding area. The Cat Care Clinic follows the Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) policy for feral cats.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 844-2287
The Downtown Veterinarian is an Indianapolis veterinary center. Services cover behavioral counseling, wellness exams, vaccinations, specialty evaluations and referrals, geriatric and pediatric care, and adoption counseling. Patients can use in-house diagnostics and on-site, as well as an online, pharmacy. The clinic is a member of the AVMA and the International Academy of Pain Management (IVAPM).
Indianapolis, IN(317) 972-1111
The Paw Patch Veterinary Hospital is an Indianapolis veterinarian with over 30 years of experience in small animal medicine. Patients can receive diagnostics, pain management, dental care, laser therapy, surgery, and dermatology treatments. The clinic has dog and cat wellness packages as well as grooming services. The Paw Patch Veterinary Hospital was #2 in the 2016 Indy A-List for Best Veterinarians. The practice accepts CareCredit.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 293-8363