Love Your Pet? We Get It!
At Brownsburg Animal Clinic, we deeply appreciate the trust you place in us when you ask us to care for your pet.
All of us—veterinarians and support staff—have pets of our own, and we understand just how much your companion animal means to you and your family.
We promise to provide your pet with the same level and quality of care we would want for our own pets as veterinary patients and to treat you the way we would want to be treated as clients of a veterinary practice.
We encourage you to browse our web site for an overview of our practice. If you would like more information about any aspect of our services, products, policies or procedures, please call us at (317) 852-3323.
Timea H. Brady, DVM
Recent Blog Posts
- Getting the Most from Your Pet’s Regular Check-UpsWhen was the last time your pet had a wellness exam? Ideally, if yours is a relatively healthy adult cat or dog, you’ve been… Read more: Getting the Most from Your Pet’s Regular Check-Ups
- How to Carrier-Train Your CatWhether they’re consciously aware of it or not, our clients often resist bringing their cats to us for veterinary care simply to avoid the… Read more: How to Carrier-Train Your Cat
- Have a Happy and SAFE Valentine’s Day!From all of us at Brownsburg Animal Clinic—we hope you and your family have a happy Valentine’s Day! To keep your pets safe, we… Read more: Have a Happy and SAFE Valentine’s Day!
- When to Spay or Neuter? It’s Complicated.February is Spay/Neuter Awareness Month, with World Spay Day to be observed on the fourth Tuesday. Like most veterinarians, we at Brownsburg Animal Clinic… Read more: When to Spay or Neuter? It’s Complicated.
- Time to Focus on Your Pet’s Dental HealthBy their third birthday, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of periodontal disease, leading to progressively worsening infections and inflammation… Read more: Time to Focus on Your Pet’s Dental Health
- Overweight, Obesity and Your Pet’s HealthOver the past decade, the number of overweight cats has increased by 169% and the number of overweight dogs by 158%. As a result,… Read more: Overweight, Obesity and Your Pet’s Health
Looking for a Veterinarian in Brownsburg, Indiana?
We Are Now Welcoming New Clients
If you live in or near Brownsburg and are searching for a “veterinarian near me,” Brownsburg Animal Clinic is here for you and your pet! In operation for more than 50 years, our clinic is a general veterinary medical practice serving dogs and cats at all ages and life stages.
Most of our clients live right here in Brownsburg, but we also see patients from throughout Hendricks County—Pittsboro, Tilden, Danville, Avon and Plainfield—as well as from Clermont and Indianapolis in neighboring Marion County.
To see if we’re a good fit for you and your pet, we encourage you to browse our website where you can get to know our doctors and staff, find out what services we offer and learn how we collaborate with you to promote the best possible health and quality of life for your dog or cat.
To ask questions and schedule your first appointment, call us at