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Noah’s Animal Hospitals are excited to announce we are GROWING!!!

Carmel residents have traveled to Noah’s Animal Hospital at 56th and Emerson since Dr. Mike Thomas returned to his native Indiana and began building the Noah’s group in 1982. Dr. Thomas’s dream was always to provide extraordinary pet care and service for those who desire it.

Since that time, the Noah’s organization has grown to six locations with 21 doctors! This includes a specialist in surgery, and a team of over 130 pet care professionals.

On October 29th, a new Noah’s location opened to serve Carmel clients. Noah’s Animal Clinic at Carmel is located at 3309 E. 146th. St. Their phone number is 317-818-8554.

Jenny w/Libby and Molly

Jenny w/Libby and Molly

Dr. Joni Kirch is the veterinarian at NACC. Dr. Kirch is a graduate of Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine, 1993. She has spent a total of 13 years working with Noah’s Animal Hospitals. Six years as a general practitioner, five years as Hospital Director, and two years doing emergency work all, at the Central Noah’s location. She spent a total of about 6 years in central Florida as a general practitioner. Being very family oriented, Dr. Kirch has elected to return to Indiana to be closer to them. She is very excited and looking forward to the opportunity to continue Noah’s philosophy of providing exceptional veterinary care on the north side of Indy. She has 2 dogs; Posh, a 6 year-old Rottweiler that she adopted from Noah’s during her emergency stent and Giggsy, a 1 year-old poodle that was relinquished to her practice in FL after being diagnosed with parvovirus. She has 2 cats; Tre, a 13 year-old amputee who is also a Noah’s adoptee and Zizou, a 3 year-old cat that she found hanging out under her car in a parking lot. They make a “Pawsitively Purrfect” pet family for her!

Dr. Kirch is not alone though. She has the help of Jenny Hostetler. Jenny joined the Noah’s team in 2012 for the opening of Noah’s Animal Clinic at Carmel. She has worked in the veterinary field for over 12 years and considers herself a wearer of many hats. She began her career as a kennel attendant, moving on to work as veterinary assistant, receptionist, and administrator. She also attended Animal Arts Academy in 2006 and earned a dog and cat grooming certification. She is very family oriented and spends most of her time with her sister and nephew, as well as other family and friends. Jenny adores fawning over her two Siberian Huskies, Libby who is 5 and Molly who is 8, and her tabby cats Bently and Spike who are both 13 years old. Jenny believes in a compassionate and ethical approach to veterinary medicine. She enjoys close interactions with clients and their pets, and she strongly believes that good client education is of the utmost importance in helping clients make the best decisions in caring for their furry family members.

As an adjunct service, Dr. Mary Marcotte will be making house calls and referring patients for follow up to Noah’s at Carmel.

The Noah’s at Carmel location offers preventive care, examinations, and diagnostics, including digital radiography. Laboratory testing is available with a well equipped in-house laboratory, as well as the use of an outside reference laboratory when necessary. In addition, soft tissue surgical procedures will be performed by an experienced surgeon.

The Noah’s group includes over 130 pet care professionals, including 21 doctors, 25 veterinary technicians, and a host of client service representatives, veterinary assistants, groomers and other support staff.

Noah’s Animal Clinic at Carmel is also looking forward to the opportunity to work closely with the Hamilton County Humane Society to help them deliver on their mission: “Saving Lives. Educating Communities. Completing Families.NACC hopes to help even more pets entrusted to the HCHS to find loving homes by providing medical care in a cost effective manner.

We are excited to be in such a wonderful community and are looking forward to serving clients and their pet’s health care needs. Should a pet experience an after hours emergency, or require specialty surgery, our Noah’s Central Animal Hospital and 24 Hour Emergency Center is available 365/24/7.

Noah's Central Animal Hospital and 24 Hour Emergency Center

Noah’s Central Animal Hospital and 24 Hour Emergency Center

Noah’s Animal Clinic at Carmel is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 am – 6:00 pm.  This hospital is currently closed on weekends.  After hours emergency services at Noah’s Central are available 24/7/365.  The phone number for after hours care is 317-24-HR-PET (317-244-7738).

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