Aboite Animal Hospital
Aboite Animal Hospital was founded by Dr. Dan Rodgers in 1973. After 45 years of practice, Dr. Rodgers sold the practice in 2018 to Dr. Brian Koesters, Dr. Bill Chastain, and Dr. Jamie Stover. The doctors and staff continue to practice the high quality medicine that Aboite Animal Hospital is known to offer to their patients and clients.
As we continue to navigate through the uncertainties of Covid-19, we want to keep everyone up to date on our protocols. Our lobby doors will remain locked until further notice, but we are allowing 1 person to come in with their pets. If you choose to come in, a mask is required and must be worn at all times. We are still utilizing our curbside service if you do not feel comfortable coming in. For all medication refills or food, please call/email/text us at least 24 hours ahead of your preferred pick up time. When you arrive at our clinic, please call/text us and someone will assist you as soon as possible. Because our phone lines are being utilized more often, it has been a little more difficult for some of you to reach us. If you don't get through on the first try, please keep trying. For non-urgent questions, you may utilize our email at , or text us at 260-633-7749. Our staff is still working very hard to deliver the highest quality of care during these difficult times. We thank you for your patience and understanding.
The Doctors and Staff of Aboite Animal Hospital
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Our practice is Certified Cat Friendly! It's very stressful for most cats to travel to the vet. This stress can present as aggression during hospital visits. Our entire team has the knowledge and training to help make your cats next visit less stressful! We have a separate cat waiting area, as well as a separate cat entrance to our hospital. We also have an exam room dedicated solely to cats.
After Hours Emergency Care: Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital (260-426-1062)
Dr. Chastain has a special interest in treating advanced dental problems and receives challenging referral cases from other area veterinary clinics. We have the ability to take dental radiographs (x-ray), which is an important tool in finding underlying problems, such as root fractures, abscessed teeth, tooth resorption, retained roots, as well as other problems. Dental radiographs allow us to offer the best treatment option for each patient.