Looking for a quality and experienced vet in Indianapolis? We are confident our veterinary hospital provides everything you have been searching for and more. Don’t hesitate to stop by today for a tour of our facility! Here at Michigan Road Animal Hospital @ 96th Street, “We treat your pets like family.” Contact us at 317-228-0645
- Overall Body Condition
- Heart and Lungs
- Abdominal Organs
- Musculoskeletal System
- Neurologic System
- Urogenital System
- Lymph Nodes
When health problems are identified, a medical plan will be outlined to evaluate the problems in depth. If your pet appears to be healthy enough for routine preventive care, your veterinarian will discuss which immunizations are advised, as well as parasite prevention including heartworm disease, intestinal parasites, and ectoparasites (fleas, ticks, etc.). Annual age-appropriate lab tests, testing for heartworm and/or tick-borne diseases, and fecal tests for parasites may also be recommended for your pet. Finally, your pet’s nutrition, diet, and exercise routines can be assessed and optimized to help your pet be in best physical condition for their lifestyle and age. Remember, keeping up with preventive care for your pet is the best way to keep your pet happy and healthy for life.
Packages are available to help get your new pet off to a healthy start.
These all inclusive packages include vet examinations, vaccinations, intestinal parasite screening and treatment, heartworm and flea prevention when applicable, nutritional counseling, placement and registration of a microchip, one month of free health insurance, and discounted spaying or neutering.
Why have my pet microchipped?
Most animal hospitals and shelters have the ability to scan lost pets for microchips. Once the pet’s microchip is scanned, the microchip company can quickly be reached to find out the owner’s contact information, and the pet can be safely returned immediately. Having your beloved pet microchipped can provide you with peace of mind. If they become lost, you know your chances of recovering them becomes much higher. Once you’ve had your pet microchipped, just be certain to keep your contact information updated should you move or change your phone number.
Dentistry & Dental Digital Radiology
Our doctors and trained staff provide a variety of dental services including examinations, teeth cleaning, prophylaxis, surgical extractions as necessary, and fluoride treatment.Learn More
Laboratory Diagnostics and Diagnostic Imaging
Our in house state of the art laboratory equipment allows us to perform complete blood counts, blood chemistry profiles, urinalyses, various individual diagnostic tests, and cytology. We also utilize a nationally recognized reference laboratory as well as various university laboratories which gives us unlimited access to necessary diagnostics for your pet.Learn More
We use a digital x-ray machine to obtain radiographs of your pet should they need them. We also have ultrasound capabilities on site.
Michigan Road Animal Hospital @ 96th Street has a complete, modern, surgical suite with advanced monitoring equipment to allow us to perform sterile soft tissue surgeries. We also have a surgical laser unit we use when indicated.Learn More
Internal medicine procedures and diagnostics
We provide general internal medicine procedures and diagnostics should your pet become ill, or have a current condition. We can provide echocardiograms, ultrasound imaging, blood pressure evaluations, blood work, and digital radiographs if necessary.
Emergency Care During Office Hours
If the need arises for an emergency vet in Indianapolis, our animal hospital is well equipped and experienced. If possible, please call our office in an emergency during regular hours. If you call prior to coming in, then we will be better prepared for your arrival. Click HERE for our recommended after hours emergency vet hospitals.
Call 317-228-0645 During Office HoursLearn More
Dropping off your pet for care
Have a busy schedule with no time to make an appointment? Feel free to call anytime and let us know you will be dropping off your pet for a vet examination and necessary treatment.Learn More