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Michigan Road Animal Hospital at 96th Street opened it's doors in Indianapolis in the fall of 2008. We always get asked "why do you call yourselves Michigan Road Animal Hospital since you aren't on Michigan Road?" Our practice originated from Michigan Road Animal Hospital at Crooked Creek, just a few miles south on Michigan Road. We were rapidly outgrowing that facility so we then opened Michigan Road Animal Hospital at 96th Street to help accommodate our current Indianapolis clients as well as our new ones. The original practiced opened in 1958. If you live a bit north of our two hospitals, we encourage you to contact Zionsville Animal Hospital. All of our locations are here to serve you and your pets!
Michigan Road Animal Hospital is a full service companion animal hospital in Indianapolis that strives to provide the very best veterinary care to our patients. Our highly trained staff of professionals and state-of-the-art equipment are just part of our story. Every dedicated member of our staff will treat you and your pets with courtesy, compassion, and respect, while offering quality care and exceptional customer service. We provide a wide variety of services to accommodate any dog or cat. Our animal hospital focuses on overall patient health, as well as grooming, boarding and daycare to suit your pet's needs.
Michigan Road Animal Hospital at 96th Street is proud to be an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) certified member. As an AAHA accredited practice, our facility, equipment, hospital, and protocols are inspected every four years and measured against a standard of care.
Our priority is to meet and exceed your expectations. Please don't hesitate to stop by our animal hospital in Indianapolis today for a free tour or contact 317-228-0645, a veterinarian is always here to help!