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Fishers Veterinary Associates exists to provide excellent, compassionate care to our patients by preventing disease and diagnosing and treating illness with the highest quality medicine and surgery.


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  • Dr.
    David Brown

    Dr. David Brown founded Fishers Veterinary Associates with the opening of Fishers Veterinary Hospital in 1979. He is a 1977 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, and completed a one-year internship at South Shore Veterinary Hospital in Boston in 1978. Dr. Brown has a wide-ranging interest, knowledge, and skill in medical and surgical care. He has been very active in Fishers and Carmel for many years, including Hamilton County 4-H, youth sports programs, and the Humane Society. In his time away from the practice, Dr. Brown enjoys hunting, backpacking, and hiking.

  • Dr.
    Karen Collins

    Dr. Karen Collins graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology, also from Ohio State, in 1995. She has been a member of our staff of veterinarians since 2002 and has been a partner in the practice for the last seven years. Dr. Collins' areas of interest include Emergency and Critical Care medicine and soft tissue and orthopedic surgery. Dr. Collins and her husband, Matt, enjoy spending time with their son Ethan and their two dogs, Scarlet and Daphne.

  • Dr.
    Todd Cloud


    Dr. Todd Cloud attended Hanover College and received his undergraduate degree in biology in 1997. After teaching high school in Indianapolis for five years, he obtained his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. Dr. Cloud and his wife Carla live in historic Irvington and are proud parents of twins, Sam and Maggie. They share their home with a yellow lab named Holden, a beagle named Betty, and a cat named Little Girl. In his free time he enjoys running, gardening, and working on his house.

  • Dr.
    Sarah Lee

    Dr. Sarah Lee is a 2001 graduate of Iowa State University and joined the practice in 2002 after completing a small animal internship in the Indianapolis area. In 2010 she decided to pursue her interest in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and has since completed an acupuncture course through the Chi Institute in Reddick, Fl. She feels there is a great potential to help animals through integration of both Western and Eastern Medicine and is currently taking classes in herbal medicine as well. Away from the office, Dr. Lee and her husband, John, stay busy raising their 3 kids, Jace, Gwyneth, and Quinn. In addition, Dr. Lee enjoys gardening, cooking, and reading. Her furry family consists of gentle soul named Knowa, who is a rescued greyhound.

  • Dr.
    Molly Cable

    Dr. Molly Cable graduated with a DVM from Purdue University in 2010. She also earned a Bachelors of Science degree from Olivet Nazarene University in 2004. Her professional interests include ophthalmology, nutrition, pain control and dentistry. She and her wonderful husband, Brian, both hail from the Midwest. They have three beautiful girls, Madison, Adelen, and Augusta. Their furry children include a doxie named Pretzel and Maserati the mutt. In her spare time, Dr. Cable likes to do anything that involves her family, run, read, and practice photography.

  • Dr.
    Kristen Mozeika

    Dr. Kristen Mozeika graduated with her DVM from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2018. She is originally from Seattle, WA and attended University of Minnesota for her undergraduate degree. Her interests in veterinary medicine include animal behavior, surgery and public health. She has also received a Master's in Public Health degree from the University of Minnesota in 2018. Dr. Mozeika lives with her boyfriend, Weston, and their dogs Athena (greyhound) and Dexter (boxer mix) and cat, Pancetta. In her free time, Dr. Mozeika enjoys hiking with the dogs, photography and cooking/baking. 

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  • "Can't say enough good things about the doctors and staff at Fishers Veterinary Hospital. Thank you for 16 years of care for my Springer Spaniels! You guys are the best!"
    Lisa Naddy / Facebook Reviews
  • "We have had several animals go to FVH and they have treated each one as their own."
    Tiffany Yust / Facebook Reviews
  • "Really gentle with my gur baby and got him eating drinking again and gave him pain meds to comfort him."
    Courtney Schatz / Facebook Reviews
  • "The best service and experience we have ever had with a vet. 100% recommendation"
    Jonathan Dugdale / Facebook Reviews

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Monday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

7:45 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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