Tips for a Happy Thanksgiving

Do’s and Don’ts to Keep Your Pets Safe This Thanksgiving

As we gather together this Thanksgiving, it can be all too easy to lose track of the furry members of our families. Pet Wellness Clinics has some handy do’s and don’ts for you to keep your pets happy and healthy in the midst of the Thanksgiving hustle and bustle. First, don’t expect more of your […]

Pet Wellness Clinics Discusses Virtual Pet Visits on Inside Indiana Business

Pet Wellness Clinics Discusses Virtual Pet Visits on Inside Indiana Business

Pet Wellness Clinics is among the first in the state to offer virtual veterinary visits for pets through the TeleTails service. The service is made available through a mobile app and Associate Veterinarian Kerry Peterson says, through an interview with Inside Indiana Business, it gives pet owners a same-day consult with an available veterinarian.

Halloween Tips for Your Pets

Pet Wellness Clinics wants to make sure your furry friends are able to join in on the fun without getting hurt. Dressing them up or walking them around the neighborhood can be a great family tradition, but beware of a few risks associated with this holiday. Candy may be everyone else’s favorite part of trick-or-treating, […]

WISH TV Discusses TeleTails Digital Vet Care

Pet Wellness Clinics can now diagnose your pet without a trip to the doctor’s office. Through the TeleTails telemedicine platform, you and your furry friend can consult with the Pet Wellness team at home or on the go. Dr. Kerry Peterson and Betsy Smart talk with David Williams of WISH-TV.

Virtual Vet Visits with Telemedicine Program

Pet Wellness Clinics is one of the first vet clinics to bring telemedicine services to the Greater Indianapolis area. Dr. Kerry Peterson and Megan Waldron of Pet Wellness Clinics show Carlos Diaz of WTHR-TV how the TeleTails app connects clients to our veterinarians for a digital doctor’s appointment with live video and text messaging.

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Beat the heat — keep your pets safe this summer

As Hoosier families prepare to embark on summer vacations, road trips, outdoor excursions and even quick stops around town, Pet Wellness Clinics wants to remind pet owners to never leave their animals inside a parked car. In a study conducted by Arizona State University researchers last year, the interior of a car parked in the sun on a sweltering 95-degree day for an hour averaged 116 degrees.

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