7209 North Keystone Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46240
(317) 251-7637

Daisy Lane Veterinary Clinic

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7209 North Keystone Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46240














Closed last Saturday of every month

Message from Dr. Lesh - January, 2023

REMINDER:  Due to increased demand for services:

  • Wellness visits need to be scheduled 2-3 weeks in advance
  • Keep this in mind if your pet needs vaccines for grooming/boarding/daycare.

Welcoming you all inside the clinic again brought me so much you this past year.  I have met some of you face-to-face for the first time!  I am delighted to get to know you all better, and communicate more clearly and completely. 

I believe that being a good vet for you and your animal companions involves so much more that just the exchange of objective medical information.  We all express so much additional information with our eyes, tone of voice, facial expressions, and so on.  Subtle cues can prompt me to ask additional questions which often lead to vital details.  This also helps me know when clarification is needed, express my empathy, and show you that "I hear you ."

The past 3 years have been challenging for everyone.  I hope you also take some time for yourself to get away from your daily stresses, and remember to take care of yourself, relax, and enjoy simply being in the moment.


COVID-19 Policy:

Due to vaccinations and community determination, we enjoyed a reprieve from high community spread and severe disease during 2022.  Unless circumstances change, we will continue to NOT require masks or social distancing - UNLESS:

You are currently:

 -- Testing positive for COVID

 -- Experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID
     (Regardless of vaccination status)

 -- Notify us before arrival, so we can take precautions near your dog or cat

 -- If possible, have a friend or family member bring your pet

 -- Request curbside service if you must transport pet

We will always continue to provide curbside service for those who prefer this.


My personal thoughts regarding COVID-19

(to protect our community and animal companions)

The CDC advises eligible people stay up-to-date with the latest more strain-specific vaccinations.  The CDC also recommends additional precautions based on your personal risks, like age and underlying conditions.  

I believe this is critical and in line with my personal philosophy regarding vaccinations for dogs and cats.  Our animal companions are also susceptible to COVID-19, and the older ones are more likely to develop severe disease.  

We have so much more validated information now regarding animals and COVID-19, and it has been shown that up to 80% of cats exposed (confirmed human case in household), have antibodies to COVID-19.  This means they were exposed and the body reacted and mounted an immune response - making specialized defenses for future exposure.  Some of these cats may have showed mild symptoms, and most showed none at all.  

For this reason, as well as the possibility that the virus could circulate withinired by another species, mutate, and then return to humans as an unknown variant - I strongly encourage all pet "owners" obtain vaccinations if their personal physicians have recommended this based on their personal circumstances. 

We look forward to seeing you again in 2023!


Marianne Lesh, DVM/Owner
Daisy Lane Veterinary Clinic


Daisy Lane is our house and we

LOVE visitors! We are usually

lounging at the front desk, but

occasionally big dogs scare us

into the back. Look around the

website and meet our caring 

servants !


For Adoption!


aka "Rick" 

aka "Ricky"

Three year-old, hearty boy, looking for for just the right place. On affordable daily medication. Zero fear of dogs, and we think he could make friends with other cats that have a track record of making new cat friends.