Circle City Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Hospital
9650 Mayflower Park Dr, Carmel, IN 46032
Making a positive difference in every life we touch
Circle City Veterinary Specialy & Emergency Hospital is a locally owned referral hospital serving Central Indiana.
The American Veterinary Medical Association only recognizes Specialists as those veterinarians who have had advanced training through a Residency Program. Programs consist of a minimum of three additional years of intense training under the guidance of a Board Certified Specialist and their respective Specialty College. Before veterinarians can use the term Specialist, they must also pass rigorous oral and written examinations. Once completed the status of Diplomate can be listed after their names.
Specialty medicine allows for advanced equipment and treatments that are often impractical in a general medicine. Uncommon diseases, complicated surgeries, clinical trials, and the latest advances in medical care are all part of a specialty hospital's role in veterinary medicine.
We work closely with the family veterinarians in our community. When the pet owner, general practioner, and the specialist work together, it provides the best options for care and treatment available.
Fax: (317) 872-1964
Located on the northwest side of Indianapolis. Just 1/3 mile west of the intersection at 96th and Michigan Road. From I 465 exit Michigan Road and turn north. Turn left (west) at the 96th Street light.
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In-house laboratory, digital radiology, and ultrasound for rapid diagnostics. ICU includes all patient monitors, oxygen cages, incubation, blood products for life saving treatments.
Diagnostics and treatments by experienced veterinary specialists
24 hour monitoring by highly trained professionals.
Conference Area available for community organizational meetings and events
Continuing Education for Veterinary Professionals - The Indiana Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners has granted us automatic approval of CE Credits under 1C25-1-4-0.2
CALM - Companion Animal Loss and Memory - Pet loss support and resources
Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce
American College of Veterinary Dermatology
American Veterinary Dental College
American College of Veterinary Surgeons
American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care
Indiana Veterinary Medical Association
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I had taken my cat for eye condition eval, the doctor prescribed a medication and when I tried to have the prescription filled by VetRx they refused to fax the information and told me the doctor no longer works there, not even an apology, they recommend to go to another vet for an apt!!! I paid almost 200 dollars for this eval. Very poor service and office staff.
Do not use this Vet if you value your dogs life!! Took my dog in for surgery and she had enlarged lymph node. Before performing dental surgery, the surgeon had the oncologist pull an aspirate of the lymph node. I was told the node was "reactive" (i.e. not cancer) just so I would continue with the surgery and spend $$$. Without my knowledge the aspirate was sent to a pathologist and came back as Lymphoma (i.e. CANCER). Did anyone at Circle City bother to CALL ME or send me the test results to tell me my dog had a terminal illness? NOOOOOO!! I did not find out the aspirate was sent out for further review until 11 days after my dogs death. Cause of Death- LYMPHOMA. I hold Circle City 100% liable for my dogs death in that they did not provide me test results in a timely manner which precluded me from getting the treatment required to prevent pain and suffering. I only hope these people have some sense of remorse for directly contributing to the death of my dog!!
I brought my St Bernard from ky. About a 2 hr ride. Worth every trip I made. My dog had days to weeks to live. I have a great local vet that got me in up there. My 2 Dr's were the best. I went there with the chance of them being able to help him. They were able to perform the surgery back in july. They had to remove a tumor from his mouth. He lost the top left half of his jaw. It's November now you would never no what he has been thru. There were 2 Dr's involved with the surgery. Probably 2 of the greatest men I will ever meet. They saved my dog carson life. It was worth every penny. Thank you to the staff & the 2 Dr's for saving his life.
Like you, I am HIGHLY disappointed with the service here. My sister took her dog in because he got hold of a toad. All the web sites say that toads are poisonous to dogs and that they should be taken to the vet immediately!!! She gets there (after explaining the situation to the woman on the phone and they say that she should bring him in immediately) and they say that there isnt anything that they can do, just keep him comfortable, but oh yea we need $100 for the 5 min you took up. BS!!!!!!!! If i had the option, this would get ZERO STARS