Deer Run Animal Hospital

308 E. US Hwy 30
Schererville, IN 46375

(219)864-7180

deerrunanimalhospital.com

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Adopting a New Dog?  Give it a
A Sound Beginning!!



 Teach a Child, Save a Dog! Learn about Doggone Safe Dog Bite Prevention.
Visit our Kids & Dogs Webpage for tips on fun & safety with dogs!
 

 


Is Your Cat Afraid of Vet Visits??
Learn how we are
FELINE FRIENDLY!

It's Official, We Are Certifiable.....as a CAT FRIENDLY PRACTICE by the AAFP!

 
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Deer Run Animal Hospital is located in the Deer Run Plaza near the intersection of Hwy 30 (Lincoln Hwy) & Austin Ave in Schererville, IN. 
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Puppy Start Right Preschool Classes!  
Give your puppy the gift to ensure a happy life...Socialization!!  Maximize your pup's potential, enroll in our classes!

 
 

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