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

Daisy Lane Veterinary Clinic

Our Services

Our Guiding Principles

 Mission - Why we work
 Values - How we work 

Location

7209 North Keystone Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46240

COVID-19 Hours

Monday


Tuesday


Wednesday


Thursday


Friday


Saturday

9:00am-5:00pm


12:00pm-7:00pm


CLOSED


9:00am-5:00pm

9:00am-5:00pm

9:00am-12:00pm

Closed last Saturday of every month
Closed Saturday, April 4th

Message from Dr. Lesh - regarding COVID-19

To all our clients, and their beloved animal companions,


In order to do our part to protect vulnerable members of our community, 

who may experience severe illness or death due to the Coronavirus, we are temporarily taking the following precautions, & changing our services offered:


Our hours will be as follows, until further notice:


Monday: 9-5

Tuesday: 12-7

Wednesday: closed

Thursday: 9-5

Friday: 9-5

Saturday: 9-12 (closed last Saturday of each month)

Sunday: closed


Appointments will be scheduled for illnesses, injuries, or other “non-wellness” reasons only such as ear and skin infections, vomiting, diarrhea, coughing,
eye problems, limping, abscesses, cuts, etc.  Wellness and vaccination appointments should be postponed for ADULTS.


Examples of exclusions:


  • Puppies and kittens still need their complete initial series of vaccines!!
         They are susceptible to severe diseases like Parvovirus (dogs) and 
         Panleukopenia (cats).

  • Required vaccinations for boarding, day care, or grooming.
         Please check with facilities to see if requirements have changed temporarily.

Elective procedures will be postponed. We will not perform surgeries like canine neuters, proven benign mass removals, and truly prophylactic dental procedures, unless this would jeopardize the pet’s health in some way.

Examples of exclusions:

  • Female spay surgeries – approaching time for first heat cycle 
         (postponing past heat cycle would double her risk of mammary cancer) 

  • Feline male neuter surgeries – approaching 5-6 months of age
         (postponing may increase potential for indoor spraying behavior)

  • Dental surgeries – due to severe periodontal disease
         (loose or abscessed teeth – which are painful)

  • Mass removals – suspected or proven to be malignant

  • Painful conditions – abscesses, lacerations, wounds, ear hematomas, etc.


In order to continue to provide these necessary services to our patients, while also protecting you, your family, ourselves and our community, we will be taking the following precautions:


  • When you arrive, please call from the parking lot to notify us.
  • Bring your pet on leash or in a carrier into entryway, through first door only.
  • Remove any leash, or harness and return to your car.


  • A staff member will then bring your pet into the clinic.
  • Staff members and I will then communicate with you by cell phone.
  • Technicians and I will wear personal protective equipment (masks and gloves)
         to prevent contamination of your pet’s coat while being examined or treated.


  • We will return your pet and any products or medications, to the entryway.
  • You can pay with a credit card number over the phone with Christine.
  • If you are not comfortable with this, we can make other arrangements.


Between appointments, we will completely sanitize surfaces touched by
you and your pet before the next patient will be allowed into the entryway.

If you are unsure if your pet needs to be seen or not, please call, or send an e-mail with pictures and a thorough description. I would like to utilize “telemedicine” as much as possible during this time, and am working on creative ways to do this. I will update you as this progresses. 


If you are ill or recently experienced symptoms consistent with COVID-19, please notify us, and have a friend or family member bring your pet in for necessary medical treatment.

I will provide updates as this situation evolves. We sincerely appreciate your understanding and cooperation during this critical time. If we all do our part,
we can minimize the impact this has on our families and our community.

Stay home and stay safe!


Sincerely,


Marianne Lesh, DVM/Owner

Daisy Lane Veterinary Clinic

 

Trixie

 

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 !

Maybelle

Recent New Patients 

"Mister Big"

"Maeve"