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Our Mission

At Lafayette Road Veterinary Hospital, our mission is to provide quality health care and meet the medical needs of your pets efficiently, compassionately and at a reasonable cost.

Lafayette Road Veterinary Hospital offers medical, surgical and dental veterinary care to residents of Indianapolis’ west side, Brownsburg, Avon and Hendricks County. From comprehensive wellness exams and preventive care to diagnostic services including X-rays, Lafayette Road Veterinary Hospital is a full service small animal clinic with a special interest in orthopedics and arthritis management. Your pet’s health is our top priority and we’re committed to providing the highest standard of veterinary care and respectful attention you and your pet deserve.

At Lafayette Road Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. greg keeker
Indianapolis Veterinarian | Lafayette Road Veterinary Hospital | 317-926-2467

2901 Lafayete Road
Indianapolis, IN 46222


Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Incredible people, excellent prices... I highly recommend! Dr. Keeker took great care of my pit mix, Beast, yesterday. It was our first visit, I definitely plan to switch my other pooch to this vet too!"
    - Kristin S. / Indianapolis, IN

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