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Hi, I'm Dr. Sarah Corbin



Animals have always been a part of my life. From going to every zoo, aquarium and pet store I could find, to helping stranded kittens on the side of the road, I have loved animals from the time I was a kid. I have sought out a number of different styles of animal care, including working with sharks, stingrays, and fish before veterinary school. I went to school at Ross University and got to combine my love of the water with all things animals. I have lived in the Indianapolis area since graduation, and finally found the perfect fit as a mobile veterinarian. I love having the time and flexibility to offer more insight and education into the care I recommend for your pet. I also pride myself in being able to treat the individual with care and attention to detail. When not devoting myself to work, I'm spending time with my husband, four wonderful boys, and five adorable cats. 

Heidi McReynolds, Veterinary Technician

Veterinary Technician


Heidi Grew up loving animals from the very start. At the age of 7 she was determined she would be a veterinarian. Now that she has grown up, she isn’t a veterinarian, but her career choices didn’t wander far. 

Most of Heidi’s childhood was involved with animals in some way. She originally started out with a pair of rabbits named nimbus and cumulus. After that she slowly started to have a collection of more rabbits, which led to goats and eventually led her to raising sheep, pigs and chickens. She spent most of her childhood in 4H and her schools FFA programs. 

Heidi attended International Business College Vet Tech Institute of Indianapolis and received an Associates Degree in Applied Sciences of Veterinary Technology. While in college she was an active part of her county’s 4H program still. She judged supreme showmanship, veterinary science posters and livestock posters. She also helped in the rabbit club with learning showmanship. From there she had multiple positions in Veterinary Medicine. 

When she isn’t busy helping animals, Heidi is spending time with her husband and two children. She has a daughter named Hazel and a son named Zachary. They love watching movies together, playing outside and tending to the multiple different animals they have at home. 

Why At-Home Veterinary Care

House calls are fantastic for cat owners (no more carriers!), multiple pet houses (I can take care of them all at once!), older or larger dogs that have difficulty getting into and out of the car, and for owners and pets who need the convenience of an at home visit.

If you live in Hamilton County, parts of northern Marion County, south west Madison County or North west Hancock County, Dr. Corbin is scheduling appointments in your area. We do home visits on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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