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Dr. Herrmann grew up in Pendleton, Indiana and graduated from Purdue University. He has been practicing mixed animal veterinary medicine in the Indianapolis area since 1999. He started Mobile Veterinary Care in 2004 and expanded his practice to include Herrmann Veterinary Clinic in 2014. His experience, compassion and quality care has earned him, with the help of his veterinary team, the vote of Best Veterinarian in Hamilton County by Noblesville Times. He also served as President of the Indiana Association of Equine Practitioners in 2012-2013. Dr. Herrmann enjoys activities with his family, such as camping, fishing, waterskiing/wakeboarding, equestrian and triathlon.
Dr. Kelly Stroh joined us in April of 2010. She is a Noblesville, IN native, went to Purdue University for undergraduate studies, and received her veterinary degree from Western University of Health Sciences in California in 2008. Animals have always been a key part of her life and she is excited to be back in Hamilton County as a veterinarian.
Dr. Renae joined Herrmann Veterinary Clinic in August, 2015. She was born and raised in northwest Indiana. Throughout her life she has gained experiences with a variety of species from hamsters to horses. Dr. Renae is a graduate of Purdue University with a Bachelors of Science in 2010 and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. In 2014, she completed post doctoral training in Certified Veterinary Spinal Manipulative Therapy. Her professional interests include integrative medicine for both large and small animals.
Sandy grew up in South Bend, Indiana. Her family farm supplied her with many animal experiences. She received a B.S. in Farm and Business Management from Purdue University then worked in accounting for 10 years. She decided to pursue her love of animals working as a veterinary assistant for several years, then decided to enhance her education by obtaining her license as a Registered Veterinary Technician. Sandy joined Herrmann Veterinary Clinic in February, 2006.
Jessica grew up in Alexandria and currently lives in Anderson. She graduated from the Vet Tech Institute at the International Business College with an Associates in Veterinary Technology December 2011. She shares her home with 4 dogs, 6 cats and 1 rabbit. She joined the Herrmann Veterinary Clinic team in April, 2012.
Ashley grew up in Noblesville and still lives there with her family. She has owned and cared for all kinds of animals, from fish to dogs. Her love of animals led her to attend the Vet Tech Institute at the International Business College. She graduated with an Associates in Veterinary Technology in 2016. Ashley joined the Herrmann Veterinary Clinic team in May, 2016.
Becky is originally from Minnesota, and moved to Noblesville, Indiana in 2011. She is a single mom with a 8 year old son named Tayeb and a dog named Scout. She is new to the animal field and started with HVC in April, 2013. Becky enjoys family time, musical plays, meeting new people, and volunteering in the community. She previously worked in the beauty industry and she has enjoyed learning the animal field.
Cindy resides in Westfield, Indiana with her dog, Dezi. Her background is in restaurant management/business, although animals have always been her passion. After graduating from Animal Behavior College in 2011, she volunteered in the medical department of the Humane Society of Hamilton County. She worked in animal boarding until joining Herrmann Veterinary Clinic in February, 2016.
I grew up in a small town called Union Port in Randolph County, Indiana. I went to Union School Corporation in Modoc and graduated in 2016 with a class of 32 seniors. During my junior and senior year, I went to the New Castle Career Center in New Castle, Indiana. I took the Veterinary Science course that let me graduate with my CVA. I’ve worked at 2 other clinics, besides Herrmann Veterinary Clinic, and no one clinic is the same. My life would be boring without all the animals and people I meet every day through work. This isn’t my job this is my life and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Madison is currently a student at Noblesville High School. She joined the HVC team in June, 2015. In her spare time she likes to camp and fish. She also takes care of her cat, dog and bunny. Madison plans on becoming a veterinarian after college.
Mobile Unit/House Call Hours
I just switched to Herrmann after moving to Noblesville and bringing my horses home. I love that I can get the cats, dog and horses all done at the same time. Farm/house call fees for the mobile unit are wonderful, especially compared to other options out there. I have used the mobile unit for a cat, dog and all of my horses. I have also been to the clinic with a sick barn cat. Great doctors who take their time. I never felt rushed! Very happy!