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Pet Wellness Clinics is paw-terning with the Humane Society for Boone County to raise money to save animals’ lives.

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Laying a positive foundation for your pet’s health and wellness

Pet Wellness Clinics proudly serves Central Indiana and the surrounding communities. With seven convenient locations, you’re able to get in touch with one of our veterinarians and get the helpful answers you need—no matter the time or day. Our team is highly educated, experienced and committed to treating your animal like our own by giving them the best care possible. With our award-winning veterinary services, you can guarantee your pet is getting the special medical attention they deserve.

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Heartworm Test Treatment

Heartworm/Flea/Tick

Heartworms, fleas, and ticks can be great trouble for our beloved animals and ourselves. However, we are lucky because there are so many great products available to help protect everyone! Flea and tick protection is unique in that, unlike heartworm prevention, no veterinarian prescription is required.  There are several forms of liquid that you apply […] Read More
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Protect Your Furry Friend with These Holiday Pet Safety Tips

Your pet deserves a safe and happy holiday along with the rest of your family.  While you are “decking the halls”, be sure to use extra caution to avoid seasonal hazards your pet may face during this bustling time of year. According to pets.webmd.com, more than 100,000 cases of pet poisoning occurs each year and […] Read More
Heartworm

The Facts About Heartworm

Heartworm disease is a serious infection that can lead to severe lung disease, heart failure, other organ damage, and death in pets, mainly dogs, cats and ferrets Read More