Zionsville Country veterinary Clinic


Creating Calm

Proudly serving Boone County animals for over 20 years

Who We Are

About Us

Zionsville Country Vet, where it’s all about your pet.

Our Vision

At ZCVC our goal is to give back, through excellent, professional, and compassionate care, the unconditional love our furry family members share with us every day.

We want to make a difference by creating the most positive outcome possible for our patients, clients, and staff.

Our intense desire to grow in experience and knowledge will allow us to provide the highest quality medical care and strengthen the bond you share with your pet.

Our commitment extends to the community by caring for the medical needs of homeless animals; needs which can only be filled by people with dedicated hearts and indomitable spirits. Us.

Who We Are

Meet Our
Talented Team

At ZCVC, our veterinarians share more than 100 years of combined clinical experience, and they each have special areas of interest and expertise. At our clinic, the entire veterinary team works together to provide you and your pet an outstanding experience.

Certifications

Fear Free
AAHA Accredited
Cat Friendly

Fear Free Visits

The most important concept regarding Fear Free visits is taking into consideration the pet’s emotional AND physical well-being. Decreasing fear and anxiety for a pet’s visit is a TEAM effort. Here’s what we all can do to create Fear Free visits:

What YOU can do:
  • Deliver your pet to the veterinary clinic calm and relaxed.
  • Avoid conveying your own concerns by not talking or keeping your tone conversational, not “soothing". If you’re concerned, then they must need to be too, right?
  • Desensitize your cat to its carrier (see video) and use a carrier cover.
  • Don’t carry the cat carrier by the handle. This jostles your kitty! Hold it in front like a precious package.
  • Use pheromones (soothing fragrances) or nutraceuticals (natural anti-anxiety medications) prior to the car ride.
  • Bring a favorite toy, bed or treat.
  • Limit food the day of the visit to make treats more desirable and distracting.
Once you arrive:
  • Watch for signs of anxiety or fear. There are posters in each exam room to help you identify subtle signs.
  • If your pet shows any signs of fear or attention-seeking behavior, the best thing to do is to remove your attention.
  • Do not pet, talk to, or look at an anxious pet. This actually feeds the fear! If you can sit quietly reading a book or catching up on your Candy Crush game, your dog or cat will sense this is a place they can relax. Before you know it, they will be exploring the room and maybe even greeting the doctor!
  • Allow your pet to approach the veterinary team at their own pace. The doctor will let you know if they need you to assist with the introductions.
What WE can do:
  • Carefully assess your pet’s level of fear, anxiety or stress.
  • Use lots of delectable treats.
  • Determine and use your pet’s preferred handling method and note it in medical record.
  • Allow time for our patient to relax and choose to greet us/allow treatment.
  • Use pheromones for calming.
  • Eliminate exposure to other patients in waiting area.
  • Cat-only exam rooms and treatment areas for our feline patients.
  • Use sedatives/pain management if needed to avoid further fear or anxiety.
  • Never force a procedure unless medically necessary.
  • Choose treatment options which allow the least pain and handling. (Ask us about our needles!)
  • Plan for pre-visit anti-anxiety medications for future visits if needed.
  • Encourage “Happy Visits.”
Clinic Tour

Our clinic was specifically designed to enhance patient and client experience in a fear free manner

Who We Are

What Our
Clients Say

DADO Fund

Dave Albert Defense of (DADO) Animals Fund is dedicated to improving the health and welfare of local homeless and needy pets.

Services

At ZCVC, we are proud to provide high quality services to our clients and patients.

We provide wellness and preventive care for dogs and cats of all ages including the following:

  • Examinations: Since dogs and cats age more quickly than humans, at least annual physical examinations are recommended.
  • Vaccines: Vaccine protocols are tailored to the individual pet taking their lifestyle into consideration.
  • Diet and nutrition advice
  • Parasite testing and prevention
  • Microchips
  • Health certificates
  • Behavior consults

If your pet is ill, we have many diagnostic tools at our disposal, including the following:

  • In-house and outside laboratory testing (e.g. blood, urine, etc.)
  • Cytology (ear swabs, skin scrapings, sampling masses, etc)
  • Blood pressure
  • Digital radiographs (x-rays) with radiologist consult capability
  • Ultrasound

We perform surgical and dentistry procedures 4 days per week. To minimize anesthetic and surgical risks, pre-anesthetic bloodwork is run on all patients, and anesthetic protocols are tailored to the individual pet. We use state-of-the-art monitoring equipment, and our team is very well-trained to give your pet the best possible care. Our surgical suite is also equipped with a surgical laser. Procedures we perform include:

  • Spay and neuter
  • Soft tissue surgery
  • Orthopedic surgery
  • Dentistry: Full mouth dental radiographs (x-rays) are performed on all dental patients to completely evaluate for any disease below the gum line.

Click here to view important information for patients undergoing surgical or dental procedures. This document includes our safety, pain, and procedure protocol as well as anesthetic risk assessment and check-in/post-op instructions.

We are able to provide treatments to meet your pet’s needs including the following:

  • IV fluids and hospitalization
  • Pain management
  • Therapy laser
  • Hospice care
  • Medications: Our clinic’s pharmacy carries many commonly used drugs that your pet may need
  • Prescription diets: Some medical conditions require nutritional treatment, so we have prescription diets in stock to meet your pet’s dietary needs

We know some decisions about your pet can be very difficult to make. Our team is here to answer questions and provide support regarding your pet’s quality of life, as well as euthanasia decisions. We have a separate room dedicated to euthanasia appointments so that you and your pet may be as comfortable as possible. You are welcome to be with your pet throughout the euthanasia process. We offer cremation services, as well as mementos (e.g. pawprints) or urns to memorialize your pet. Follow the link below to learn more about what to expect during the euthanasia process and how to know when it is time to make this difficult decision:

Saying Goodbye

Latest News

Latest
From Blog

Click below to read posts written by our very own team members.

Letting the cat out of the bag about feline hypertension

Feline hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a disease that can go undiagnosed in many older cats...

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Saying Goodbye

Having experienced the unique pain of losing a beloved pet, each member of our team is prepared to h...

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Client Resources

VetSource powers our online pharmacy, where you can order your pet’s prescriptions to be mailed directly to you!

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Follow the link below to login to your pet’s portal, which contains your pet’s appointments, medical information, and other helpful information.

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Click the link below to learn more about and apply for CareCredit, a healthcare credit card that can be used for veterinary care!

Do you or someone you know have a puppy that needs puppy kindergarten? Classes are every Wednesday evening at our clinic. Call (317) 753-6440 for more information and to reserve your spot today!
Puppy Kindergarten
What is a feral cat? It is a cat born and raised in the wild, or who has been abandoned or lost and reverted to wild ways in order to survive. While some feral cats tolerate a bit of human contact, most are too fearful and wild to be handled. Zionsville Country Veterinary Clinic provides discounted services for these feral cats in order to:
  • Reduce the number of free-roaming and unowned stray or abandoned cats.
  • Reduce the impact of free-roaming cats on the environment.
  • Improve the quality of life of free-roaming cats.
  • Reduce the number of cats placed in and euthanized in area shelters.
  • Increase the chances for shelter cats to be placed in homes.
For just $35, ZCVC will provide medical care including an examination, rabies vaccine, flea medication, spay/neuter and ear tipping.
Click here to view important information for patients undergoing surgical or dental procedures. This document includes our safety, pain, and procedure protocol as well as anesthetic risk assessment and check-in/post-op instructions.
If your pet is experiencing an emergency during our regular business hours, please call us right away to let us know you are on your way so that our team can be prepared for your pet’s arrival. If your pet’s emergency is occurring after our regular business hours, please contact the nearest emergency clinic. MedVet Indianapolis is open 24/7 and is located on 96th Street, one block west of Michigan Road. Phone number: 317-872-8387

9650 Mayflower Park Dr Carmel, IN 46032

At Zionsville Country Veterinary Clinic, we are in a unique position of both experience and interest. Our doctors have more than 100 years of combined clinical experience, and they span a variety of interests. However, there are still times when your pet's care should include the expertise of a specialist. We have close working relationships with the doctors at Purdue University as well as local specialty practices such as MedVet, VCA-AVCC, and the Animal Dermatology Clinic. Specialists are available ranging from neurology to dermatology to surgery. To make arrangements for referral, your primary care doctor will contact the specialist to facilitate your appointment. If you have any questions about referral options, please don't hesitate to discuss it with your veterinarian.
Having experienced the unique pain of losing a beloved pet, each member of our team is prepared to help make your furry family member’s last moments with you peaceful. Euthanasia is a humane and caring option for animals who are truly suffering. The following information is meant to assist in your preparation for this difficult, but sometimes necessary transition.

Click here to read more

Schedule Appointment

We look forward to seeing you and your pet soon. Please click on the appropriate button below to schedule an appointment.

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Please call our office at (317) 769 - 7387 for appointment slots available within the next 2 days or to schedule a surgery or dental procedure.
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Get
In Touch

Call us to schedule an appointment or answer any questions you might have. We look forward to meeting you and your pets!

  • (317) 769-7387 (PETS)
  • zcvc@tds.net
  • 6971 Central Boulvard, Zionsville, IN 46077
  • Monday-Friday: 7:30am-6pm
  • Saturday: 7:30am-12pm
  • Sunday: Closed

We are located directly behind the Whitestown Municipal Center.