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Does your dog quiver & shake when thunderstorms break?  Does your dog shake & hide on 4th of July?

If so, please schedule an appointment to discuss medication & treatments and visit our
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Storm & Fireworks Noise Phobia Webpage!


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Is Your Cat Afraid of Vet Visits??
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FELINE FRIENDLY!

It's Official, We Are Certifiable.....as a CAT FRIENDLY PRACTICE by the AAFP!

NEW...Puppy Start Right Preschool Classes!  
Give your puppy the gift to ensure a happy life...Socialization!!  Maximize your pup's potential, enroll in our classes!

 
Click or call if you think your pet might be poisoned


Deer Run Animal Hospital is located in the Deer Run Plaza near the intersection of Hwy 30 (Lincoln Hwy) & Austin Ave in Schererville, IN. 
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Have you tried our on-line pharmacy?  We want to provide our clients the economy of on-line ordering and the convenience of home delivery!  Unlike other Internet Pharmacies, you can be confident that these medications are from the same trusted suppliers that we use for our in-house pharmacy.


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