The doctors and staff of Vincennes Veterinary Clinic are looking forward to meeting you and your pets! Our practice focuses on improving the health and quality of life for your furry family members. We are conveniently located in Vincennes, Indiana and serve the surrounding communities in Southwest Indiana and Southeast Illinois.
We promise that we will treat your pet like one of our own! When you visit Vincennes Veterinary Clinic, you will notice that we enjoy what we do. We celebrate our relationship with our clients and their pets everyday. Our veterinarians and staff work closely together to provide your pets with excellent veterinary care and boarding services. We understand that pets are family members too and pride ourselves on getting to know you and your pets on a first name basis.
Dr. Sue Hermes, Dr. Andrea Schroeder, Dr. Amy Tiek and Dr. Melody Candler-Catt are compassionate and experienced veterinarians who work hard to gain your trust and confidence. We gladly see dogs, cats, pocket pets, and even an unusual critter or two. Our team is so friendly that many of our patients actually look forward to coming to visit. We do our best to greet you and your pet by name because we understand that it is a privilege to serve you. Your pet's health and well being is very important to us and we will take every step to give your pet the best possible care.
Vincennes Veterinary Clinic is a full service animal hospital that provides medical, surgical, and dental services. Our in-house laboratory and X-ray capabilities help us make a prompt and accurate diagnosis when your pet is feeling under the weather. Beyond first rate pet care, our clinic is comfortable and pleasant, with separate entrances and seating areas for dogs and cats. For those who need someone to care for their pets while they are away from home, we also have boarding services.
Our website has links to help you care for your pets. If have questions, don't hesitate to call us at 812-882-6677 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Vincennes Veterinary Clinic is conveniently located and you can get directions on our Contact Us page. You can also subscribe to our free newsletter, which is full of useful articles.
We look forward to seeing you soon at Vincennes Veterinary Clinic!
Dr. Sue Hermes, DVM
Dr. Andrea Schroeder, DVM
Dr. Amy Tiek, DVM
Dr. Melody Candler-Catt, DVM
Vincennes Veterinary Clinic, LLC
2755 N. State Road 67
Vincennes Indiana 47591
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