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With state-of-the-art technology & reasonable fees, it is our goal to provide, both the client and the patient, the best service, & care, every hour, of every day. - Douglas Hoeffler, DVM

Michiana's Veterinary Clinic for Dogs, Cats, & Small Pets

Parrett Veterinary Clinic is unique among pet care facilities, providing world-class veterinary technology and service with a reasonable fee structure. Receive unparalleled care by extraordinary professionals and the personal touch that draws patients from miles around, from Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, and the greater Chicagoland area.

Veterinary care for small animal companions is our specialty. Expect incredible personal contact with a depth of care that makes every appointment a positive experience.

Veterinary Services for Life

Comprehensive services at Parrett Veterinary Clinic include lifespan wellness care, from kittens and puppies to senior pets. Treatment is delivered by highly trained professionals in the most caring and courteous manner possible.

Services available include, but are not limited to, CO2 surgical laser, companion animal therapy lasers, digital radiology, and state-of-the-art Idexx diagnostic capabilities. Our extensive pet owner education allows you to make informed decisions about your veterinary care.

Parrett Veterinary Clinic: affordable, world-class service for animal companions.

About Us

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Parrett Veterinary Service in Plymouth, Indiana, was founded by Dr. Leslie L. Parrett. Born in Ohio and raised on a farm, Les served in the United States Naval Air Corps during World War II. Following the end of the war, he attended The Ohio State University, where he graduated from their college of veterinary medicine. Moving to Plymouth shortly thereafter, Dr. Parrett originally practiced large animal ambulatory medicine exclusively.

Dr. Parrett opened Parrett Veterinary Clinic small animal service at 901 Lincolnway East in Plymouth in 1966. Dr. Douglas A. Hoeffler joined the practice in 1984 following his graduation from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Hoeffler bought the practice in 1988 and kept it at its original location while undergoing several expansions until 2001.

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