Veterinary Services is grateful to our wonderful clients for voting us Ft. Wayne’s Favorite 5 out of 7 years! We strive to better ourselves by providing compassionate and professional veterinary care, encouraging client communication, and treating you and your pets like family. … Continue reading →
Spring brings mosquitoes and mosquitoes bring heartworm disease!!!!!!!! Veterinary Services wants to help you protect your pet against this deadly disease. We carry several different heartworm preventatives and would be happy to help you decide which is best for your animal. If your pet has not been on year-round prevention, they may need to be tested for heartworm disease before starting back on a preventative medicine. Talk with one of our knowledgeable staff for more information by calling 260-637-5932.
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July 4th is this Thursday and Veterinary Services will be closed in honor of the holiday. We will re-open on Friday at 8:30am. Please make sure to keep your pets safe during holiday. Remember to keep them away from people food, safe inside during the fire works and give them plenty of fresh cool water if they will be outside during the day. Have a great 4th of July!!!!!!!!
Veterinary Services is so excited to announce the newest addition to our Veterinary team, Dr. Natalie Houser!!! She recently graduated from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. From an early age, Dr. Natalie knew she wanted to work with animals. Through friends and 4-H, she learned to care for a variety of animals from horses and sheep to rabbits and chickens. In high school, Natalie worked at a boarding facility as well as shadowed at Veterinary Services. Dr. Jill saw great potential in her and offered her a job as a veterinary assistant while she was in college working on her under graduate degree. The knowledge and experience Natalie acquired from Dr. Jill and her incredible staff served as a stepping stone to lead her from college to veterinary school. In 2009, Natalie graduated from IPFW with a Bachelors of Science in Biology and began Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine that fall. In her free time, Natalie enjoys helping out with 4-H, traveling, horseback riding, painting, taking her dog Basil on hikes, and relaxing with her family at the lake.