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BREAKING NEWS about NexGard from the FDA!

"FDA Approves NexGard for prevention of infections that cause Lyme disease in dogs"

"The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends preventing Lyme disease by minimizing exposure to ticks through various methods, including consulting your veterinarian about the most appropriate tick prevention product for your dogs and situation."

Parrett Veterinary Clinic is committed to preventing diseases in pets. At this time, the Lyme vaccine is still a core vaccination for all dogs. While the details of what these findings mean roll out, we want to ensure your dog has the best coverage by keeping your dog up to date on the Lyme vaccination as well as monthly NexGard. Stay tuned for updates!

Stay tuned for updates!

Click here for FDA Statement

NexGard product details: /userfiles/nexgard brochure.pdf


Delivering Hill's Pet Foods to Your Door


  • Contact the clinic to see if you qualify for FREE delivery!
  • Deliveries will be made on Wednesdays. Call or message us in advance to schedule delivery of your pet's prescription foods.
  • Service available to current Parrett Veterinary Clinic patients that have visited the office within the last 12 months.


Auto-Ship Available for Your Pet's Monthly Parasite Prevention!

Sign up for monthly auto-ship! For NO EXTRA CHARGE we will automatically ship your pet's monthly parasite prevention a week before it is due to be given. When you sign up for 12 months of autoship at the time of your annual exam, your last two doses of Spectrum for dogs or Revolution for cats will be ABSOLUTELY FREE.

Need your tick prevention too? We've got you covered! Let our staff know and we can also send Effipro for your cat or NexGard for your dog. Every 3rd dose/month of NexGard is FREE.

Call the clinic to sign up for autoship any time!

Now Hiring: RVT, LVT, or CVT

Parrett Veterinary Clinic in Plymouth, Indiana is looking to immediately add an additional RVT, LVT, or CVT. Parrett's is a fast-paced clinic that sees patients by appointment & on a walk-in basis. We pride ourselves in providing the highest level of care with state-of-the-art equipment at very affordable rates. Our staff members must be self-motivated, work efficiently & be constantly learning to improve personal techniques & knowledge. Excellent organizational, communication, and record-keeping skills required. Our hospital management software is Avimark. Experience with this program is helpful but not required. Candidates must be licensed, which is defined as having passed the VTNE and holding an active status. Responsibilities include, but aren't limited to:

  • Excellent client communication that reiterates veterinarian recommendations
  • Provide a comforting and nurturing experience for the patient and client
  • Active participation in team cohesiveness
  • Continually strive to increase personal and co-worker knowledge
  • Anticipate needs of patient & DVM
  • Thorough & accurate medical records keeping
  • Maintain thorough sanitation standards along with general housekeeping
  • Restrain animals
  • Admit patients into the hospital
  • Prepare animals for exams or surgery
  • Place IV catheters
  • Venipuncture
  • Setting & maintaining fluid rates
  • Monitor hospitalized patients
  • Give medications as directed
  • Digital radiology
  • Ultrasound
  • Cold Laser therapy
  • Collect and process lab samples
  • Work with speed and efficiency regardless of the client volume
  • Answer phones and assist in reception as needed

We offer full benefits including vacation days, Aflac policy premium contribution, retirement plan, pet care discounts, & much more. Holidays and Sundays are rotated amongst staff throughout the year on an as needed basis and come with additional pay benefits. Simply attach your completed clinic application and a copy of your resume to an email and send them to