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  • After Hours Emergency Contact Information

    At this time we are not available for emergencies outside of normal business hours.  

    The following are 24-hour emergency clinics in our area:

    Jefferson Animal Hospital Regional Emergency & Trauma Center
    (502) 966-4104

    Metropolitan Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Services 
    (502) 266-7007

    Blue Pearl Pet Hospital 
  • Client Satisfaction Survey

    We would appreciate if you would please fill out our customer satisfaction survey. You can find it by logging in to your pet portal account.  Go to the tools menu and select the link for the survey.

    We look forward to hearing your opinions and suggestions!

  • Laser Therapy Press Release

    North Madison Veterinary Clinic of Madison, IN is Now Offering Class IV Therapeutic Laser Treatments for Advanced Pain Relief and Enhanced Healing.

    High-power therapy laser provides a safe, non-invasive solution for pain management, wound healing and rehabilitation.

    Madison, IN – January 15, 2020

    North Madison Veterinary Clinic proudly announces the addition of Class IV therapeutic laser that delivers advanced pain relief and enhanced tissue healing. “We are very excited to offer these treatments to our patients”, said Dr. Geyman, “Laser therapy is an innovative drug-free and surgery-free solution for our clients’ pet.”

    North Madison Veterinary Clinic chose the Platinum 4 by Summus Medical Laser because it is the most innovative and effective Class IV therapeutic laser. High-energy laser therapy with the Platinum 4 safely penetrates deeply into the body to diminish pain and stimulate healing. Many pets suffer from chronic pain due to arthritis caused by hip dysplasia, spondylosis, traumatic injury, etc. Non-steroid anti-inflammatories (NSAIDS) provide significant relief from pain, but long-term use of these drugs can have some undesirable effects. In addition, some animals are NSAID-intolerant. Cats are particularly sensitive to some of these medications, so there are fewer pain-management options available for the feline patient. Laser therapy provides a safe solution for them.

    Laser therapy has also shown very good results when used on surgical incisions and wounds. Traumatized tissue swells less and heals more quickly when treated with a high-powered therapeutic laser. Treatments last about 2-5 minutes per site and are completely comfortable for the patient.

    North Madison Veterinary Clinic has staff members who have been professionally trained to effectively provide laser therapy treatments. They are ready to answer clients’ questions about suitability for their pet’s condition. Clients interested in knowing more can contact North Madison Veterinary Clinic at (812) 273-5737 or visit their website at Additional information about laser therapy can be found at