Small Animal Hospital
Small Animal Hospital
We offer an array of cardiology services for animals large and small, including a cardiology extension service for veterinarians in the Indianapolis area.
Animals, just like their human counterparts, suffer from heart disease which can have serious and sometimes fatal consequences. While it's possible for a pet to live for many years without showing symptoms, heart disease will progress over time and affect other organs as well. A pet that has an individual treatment plan focused on heart health stands to have a longer and more comfortable life than one without.
We offer an array of cardiology services for animals large and small, including a cardiology extension service for veterinarians in the Indianapolis area. Our goal with the cardiology extension service is to provide veterinarians with a comprehensive, individualized written assessment on-site, including diagnosis and findings, recommendations for additional testing that should be done, and any treatments and medications that are recommended for their case.
In case of after-hours emergencies, please call the closest veterinary emergency center or call us at 765-496-1107.
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Your gift to the Cardiology Gift Fund makes a difference in the work we do. Your gift will help us to:
The cardiology service at the Purdue University Veterinary Hospital is the only facility within a 6-state area that can provide this type of care of treatment.
By making your gift today, you can enjoy the satisfaction of knowing you are supporting a problem that is personally meaningful to you. Great veterinary health care depends upon the generous hearts of people like you! For more information, please call the Office of Advancement at (765) 494-5032.
You can also send your gift to:
Office of Advancement
Lynn Hall, Room 1177
625 Harrison Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907
Your donation could help a dog like Honey, a 5-year-old Cavalier King Charles spaniel who was diagnosed with an abnormally slow heart rate just weeks after moving to her adoptive home.
Honey's loving adopters brought her to the Purdue University Veterinary Hospital to get a pacemaker which would allow her heart to beat faster and improve her quality of life. Even though her owners were dedicated and wanted to help her, they were not able to cover the entire cost of such an advanced procedure.
Honey received financial assistance for this life-saving tratment from our specially trained cardiologists. Honey's story has a happy ending. She lives a happy and healthy life with her new family thanks to donations from individuals like you.
Veterinarians in the Indianapolis metro region who are interested in the PVM Cardiology Extension Service should contact the Help Desk at 765-496-1000 for more information and to set up an appointment.PVM Cardiology Extension Service Provides Specialty Resource to Indianapolis Area Veterinary Clinics