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As a trusted full-service animal clinic, The Paw Patch Veterinary Hospital is here to serve both you and your pet. With an unprecedented dedication to patient health, 30+ years of small animal medicine experience, and extraordinary attention to detail, you can rely on us to deliver quality veterinary care that not only optimizes your dog or cat’s wellbeing, but also enhances the bond between you both. We believe a happy, healthy pet can help lead you to an equally happy, healthy life.
Conveniently located in northwest Indianapolis, Indiana, and serving Brownsburg, Zionsville, Speedway, and surrounding areas, our team of compassionate veterinary professionals is committed to providing you with only the best in animal care and customer service. We kindly invite you to visit our facility, meet our charming staff, and schedule your pet’s appointment today.
Dr. Erik Tysklind
Indianapolis Veterinarian | The Paw Patch Veterinary Hospital | 317-293- 8363
5510 Lafayette Rd, Suite 290
Indianapolis, IN 46254
After Hours: 317-248-0832
...consider the Paw Patch if you're currently searching for a veterinarian that has both you and your pets best interest.
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