Started in 1990 as a housecall practice for dogs, cats and other small animals, the former Home Veterinary Care has grown to become Westfield Veterinary Care. In addition to founder Dr. Richard Kohlmann, our practice now includes several more care providers.
Many of our original clients have been with us since we helped found the Hamilton County Humane Society. Having the opportunity to
work with such great clients makes us feel good about our efforts — thank you!
If you are new to our practice, we hope that our enthusiasm comes across, and that we have the opportunity to help you to care for your companion animals for many years.
Please download and complete our New Patient Form to facilitate your first visit.
In order to enjoy time with family during the upcoming holidays, we will be closed or have shortened hours.
If you have an emergency outside of our normal or holiday hours, please contact your local emergency clinic.
*** Construction Alert ***
Due to construction on Highway 32, there is no access onto Sun Park Drive from Highway 32. To access our clinic, turn north on Wheeler Road (one block west of Sun Park Drive), then turn right onto Tournament Trail. At the stop sign, turn left onto Sun Park Drive. For more information about the construction, please see our location page.
In lieu of mailing holiday cards Westfield Veterinary Care (WVC) has decided to continue helping others by putting the money that would have gone towards cards and stamps into actually helping animals in need. We would like to offer you the opportunity to help us help others by donating to our Giving Tree this holiday season from November 1st through December 23rd.
Our Giving Tree is set up in WVC's lobby and is decorated with ornaments representing three 501(c)3 organizations that put their resources towards the animals. Best Friends Animal Society is an all species rescue and sanctuary located in Kanab, Utah. South Central Newfoundland Rescue is a local, volunteer run Newfoundland breed rescue that covers five states that are without rescue. From the Heart Rescue is a feline rescue located in Westfield, Indiana. All three of these organizations have dedicated themselves to making the lives of those in their care better by providing excellent medical care and finding forever homes that are the right home for the animal. All three organizations work tirelessly for the animals in their care.
The little tree found in our lobby provides a big impact on the groups it is dedicated to helping. Each ornament has a dollar value attached ($5, $10, $15 or $25). Should you choose to pick up an ornament and write a check to that organization, WVC will write a matching check to that organization. We will match donations up to a $550.00 total amount. You may keep the ornament, if you wish to display on your tree at home. Together we can make a big difference in the lives of animals that need us!
These organizations may be viewed on their websites and can also receive individual donations through their sites.
We still have a very touching holiday letter. In 2013, our holiday letter focused on Mrs Pete, an abandoned dog who needed a home. You can read the first part of her story by clicking Giving Back, Going Forward. I'm sure you'll want to find out what happened to her during the cold, long winter of 2014. You can pick up a copy of this year's Holiday Letter at the clinic or by clicking Where is that doggie now...An update on Mrs Pete.
If you aren't able to make it into the clinic during the holidays and would like to support one of these organizations, you may mail a check to WVC at 17735 Sun Park Drive, Westfield, IN 46074. Please make sure to specify Giving Tree and the charity you wish to support on your check.
All of us at Westfield Veterinary Care wish you, our clients and friends, a safe, happy & healthy holiday season!
*** Christmas Tree Pull ***
A benefit for South Central Newfoundland Rescue
Sunday December 7th from 12-4:30pm
Dulls Tree Farm in Mechanicsburg, Indiana
Come make wonderful family memories at Dull's Tree Farm in Mechanicsburg, Indiana. Choose and cut your own tree, than have a Newfoundland pull your tree in from the field. These Newfoundlands are working for donations to help Newfoundland Rescue: 100% of their proceeds go to the medical needs of dogs in Rescue.
It's a dog help dog world here!
There will be Newfoundlands to meet, greet, hug, pet or willing to sit for photo ops with your family. Enjoy the day at a beautiful farm and start your holiday season with the true sense of giving and sharing. Learn more at Dulls Tree Farm.