Our Patients Have Amazing Stories
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Peeves the cat

Peeves

Hit by car

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Lucy the Dog

Lucy

Treated for arthritis

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Rosie the dog

Rosie

Treated for broken arm

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Harrison

Treated for auto-immune disorder

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Welcome to Broad Ripple Animal Clinic

Since 1981, Broad Ripple Animal Clinic has been proudly serving pets and people throughout Indianapolis, Indiana.

We believe that pets are part of the family, both yours and ours. At Broad Ripple Animal Clinic, we provide the highest level of veterinary medicine and care to ensure that you are making the best decision for not only your pet, but yourself as well. Our Indianapolis Vets make sure that you are well informed in recommendations and also part of the decision making process when it comes to your pet. When we work together as a team, we can provide the best care possible for you and your pet.

We Are Here When You Need Us

We understand that you have a busy schedule and your pet's health care needs may not always fit into a 9-5 timeframe. This is why we keep extended hours Monday through Thursday from 8am to 8pm, Friday and Saturday from 8am-6pm, and Sunday from 10am-2pm. We do our best to accommodate urgent veterinary care appointments, and to provide services regardless of scheduling factors.

After hours, we work closely with a local 24-hour emergency care facility. Call our regular phone number (317-257-5334) and you can be automatically transferred to an emergency clinic.

Dr. Neumann holding a dog

Schedule an appointment at our veterinary clinic

We try to make scheduling a veterinary clinic appointment as convenient as possible for you.
There are several ways to easily schedule an appointment for your pet to be seen at our veterinary clinic:

Call Us: 317-257-5334

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Peeves

Peeves the cat

Peeves was struggling in the middle of a busy road one morning when a good samaritan spotted him. After picking him up, Peeves was brought into Broad Ripple Animal Clinic for care as he was having trouble using his back legs. Radiographs were taken and no internal injuries were found. Pain medications were started to help Peeves feel more comfortable during his stay. He is now happy and healthy in his new home!

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Lucy

Lucy the Dog

Lucy, an eight year old Rottweiler, has been coming to Broad Ripple Animal Clinic since she was a puppy. At the age of five, she began showing symptoms of arthritis in her back legs. Laser therapy was done over the course of two months to help with pain relief, while she was also started on an anti-inflammatory medication which helped control her arthritis. She has continued to manage well with her condition.

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Rosie

Rosie the dog

When Rosie was five months old, she broke her right front arm while trying to jump into the car. A cast was made and a bandage was placed. Rosie was seen weekly at Broad Ripple Animal Clinic over the course of eight weeks for evaluation of her arm and bandage changes. After wearing a cast for eight weeks, radiographs were taken to ensure that the fracture had healed and her bandage was removed. She is now a happy and healthy three year old!

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Harrison

In December 2015, at the age of four, bruises appeared on Harrison’s ears, back, chest, and abdomen. He was brought in to Broad Ripple Animal Clinic where blood work was checked in clinic and radiographs were taken. He was diagnosed with immune-mediated thrombocytopenia, an auto-immune disease that affects the blood. Over the course of 10 months, he had continued blood work monitoring, as well as twice daily medications at home. Since treatment, he has had normal blood work and is a happy, healthy, seven year old!

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