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Now there is a way to save money on veterinary bills and help your pet have a longer, healthier life that is easy on your pocketbook/wallet.
PetCare Plus is a dedicated wellness program where members receive discounted services on preventative care like regular checkups, dental cleanings, spays, neuters and vaccinations. You and your pet will feel better with PetCare Plus.
If you’re new to Carmel, and you’re looking for a veterinarian, take a closer look at Sherlock Bones Animal Hospital.
What makes us unique is that we're just the right size to deliver optimum care-- large enough to offer state of the art pet medicine and cutting edge technology but small enough to know every pet by name, on sight.
And we consistently earns five star ratings for the quality of our pet care and the client experience.
It doesn't happen by accident. We’re careful to hire veterinarians and other team members with a love for animals of all kinds-- and a passion for helping people keep their pets feeling and looking their best.
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Feel free to stop by for a tour any day during business hours. We’d love to meet you and your pet.
Or pets, as the case may be.
Dr. Roger Nix, DVM
Carmel Veterinarian | Sherlock Bones Animal Hospital | (317) 428-2530
1610 E. 116th St.
Carmel, IN 46032
They all love the animals. Dr. Paul has always been the doctor for my kitties and dogs. I would recommend Sherlock Bones to all pet owners here on 116th and Rangeline Road.
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