Discover the Veterinary Practice Greater Lafayette’s Most Dedicated Pet Owners Choose for Their Pets’ Essential, Ongoing Primary Care
If you own and love a pet dog or cat, or your animal companion is a bit more exotic — perhaps a rabbit, bird, guinea pig, hamster, lizard, snake or fish — Purdue University’s Small Animal Primary Care practice offers your pet the most up-to-date, progressive primary veterinary care available in Greater Lafayette.
We have recommended Purdue to both friends and family due to the excellent quality of care. Our pets have always been a big part of our lives, and we feel very fortunate to have such high-quality care available in our community.
Since its founding in 1959, Purdue University’s College of Veterinary Medicine has, in its persistent pursuit of excellence and innovation, steadily advanced the practice of veterinary medicine. As a Small Animal Primary Care client, you become part of a community of exceptional people who together build on that legacy every day, united by a common pursuit of a better world for countless companion animals and the people who love them.
As soon as we walked in the door, we felt welcomed and part of the Small Animal Primary Care family. The clinic prides itself on knowing its pets and their families. We have had such positive experience with the vet nurses, student doctors and veterinarians. We have such gratitude towards the entire Small Animal Primary Care team!
While Small Animal Primary Care is similar to most small animal practices in terms of the core primary care services we offer, the fees we charge and the caring relationships we build with our clients and patients, we offer a number of critically important, value-added advantages:
We wanted the best people to help our dogs. The practitioners know us and our animals by name. They truly love them like we do. They are compassionate when you need to say good bye, and they know the most appropriate care and research being done with regard to treatments.
The Small Animal Primary Care practice is currently welcoming new clients and patients, with no referral from a veterinarian necessary.
If you are a pet owner living in Greater Lafayette or along the I-65 corridor — including pet-owning employees and students at Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus — we invite you to become part of the Small Animal Primary Care community and join us in our persistent pursuit of the best possible care for your cherished pet.
Once you get to know us, we think you’ll agree, primary care for your small-animal companion doesn’t get any better than this! Contact us now to learn more about our practice and request an appointment.Contact the Small Animal Primary Care Practice Now
If your pet is in urgent need of medical care, call Purdue’s Small Animal Hospital at 765-494-1107 at any time, day or night. Emergency care is available 24/7/365.