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Irvington Pet Clinic

 

Staff

On behalf of our entire staff, welcome to Irvington Pet Clinic, Inc.

Please take some time to browse our website and visit us on Facebook.  We hope that once you learn more about us, you will be confident that your pet will receive compassionate, up-to-date veterinary care. Do not hesitate to ask the staff any questions you may have regarding our clinic or your pet.  

 


 
Dr. Schnarr

Dr. Schnarr, a 1970 Purdue Graduate, has been the owner of Irvington Pet Clinic since 1985. Dr. Schnarr worked his way through Veterinary School as a medical photographer in the Department of Medical Illustration. This avocation has extended into his practice where many procedures and clinical cases are photo documented in the patients history. Scuba diving and underwater photography are major hobbies for Dr. Schnarr and his photos of underwater scenes and fish adorn the clinic walls. This hobby has also earned him the title of being the unofficial photographer of the Indiana Veterinary Medical Association.

Dr. Schnarr is active in professional veterinary activities and has held the following positions; past president of the local Indianapolis Veterinary Association, CIVMA, and a past president of the State Veterinary Medical Association. He was also co-chairman of the State Veterinary convention program for 17 years, and is currently the chair of the State VMA Health and Wellness Committee, and serves on the state convention planning committee. Dr. Schnarr is also a past-president of the Purdue Veterinary Alumni Association, and served on the admissions committee for the School of Veterinary Medicine at Purdue for four years.

     
 

Dr. Joanna Jones

Dr. Joanna Jones joined Irvington Pet Clinic in January of 2013 and now works here and other clinics on a relief basis.  She is a 2001 Purdue University graduate and enjoys agililty training, herding and volunteer work with her dogs: Tully and Trek. 

 

Dr. Ruth Landau

Dr. Ruth Landau has been providing relief veterinary services at Irvington Pet Clinic since 2015.  Dr. Landau graduated from the Purdue University school of veterinary medicine in 2000.  Dr. Landua is truely a lifelong learner, she has a Masters in Education and a PhD in Veterinary Epidemiology & Public Health to go along with her DVM degree.  Dr. Landau has held many titles over the years including counselor, chocolatiere and professional clown!  She is a pleasure to work with and has enjoyed getting to know our Irvington clients.

     
 

Caryn, Practice Manager

Caryn has worked for Irvington Pet Clinic since 1989.  She began as a receptionist and is now the Practice Manager.  Caryn has a strong knowledge base in animal behavior and still enjoys learning new information.  She shares her home with her three dogs: Wizard, Slugo and Gunny and cat, Sporticus.

   

 

 

Debbie, Receptionist

Debbie has been our lead receptionist since 2013.  She many years of experience in veterinary care and is happy to be able to continue working in a field that she loves.  Debbie has a special place in her heart for rescue dogs and shares her home with several.

 

     
 

Tricia, Veterinary Assistant

 

Tricia worked for Irvington Pet Cinic for 7 years and after a three year break is back on a part time basis.  When not at Irvington Tricia works with shelter cats and dogs at her resident county humane society.  She is very commited to making a difference! 
     
 

Rylee, Receptionist

Rylee joined our team as a receptionist in May of 2016.  Rylee is new to the veterinary industry but is learning quickly.  She is also learning to drive a horse carriage with Blue Ribbon carriages in downtown Indianapolis.  Rylee was also just accepted into the pre-veterinary program at IUPUI. We are excited to be a part of her journey!

     
  Gina, Kennel Attendant

Gina has been a member of our team for more than a decade.. Gina performs a variety of cleaning tasks around the clinic and, more importantly, takes excellent care of our boarding animals. She is the reason our clinic remains presentable. Gina is a lifelong resident of Irvington and her dedication to our clinic is irreplaceable.  Gina shares her home with her rescue basset hounds: Miles and Otter. 

     

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