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Indianapolis Veterinarian Opens Leo’s Pet Care Veterinary Clinic Animal Hospital

12-22-2010 11:01 AM CET | Health & Medicine

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Leading Indianapolis veterinarian, Gregory Magnusson, is proud to celebrate his 10th year in practice with the opening of Leo’s Pet Care

Indianapolis, IN, December 20, 2010 -- Leading Indianapolis veterinarian, Gregory Magnusson, is proud to celebrate his 10th year in practice with the opening of Leo’s Pet Care, a new veterinary clinic at 106th and College.

Dr. Magnusson and his team at Leo’s Pet Care provide exceptional medical care to local family pets and enjoy working with each family in a professional, compassionate way, recognizing that pets are an important, beloved part of every family.

Dr. Magnusson is a familiar face and name to thousands of Hoosiers, having worked for several Indianapolis veterinary hospitals around the city over the years. "I have seen and worked with just about every type of Indianapolis animal hospital there is, and I’ve combined that knowledge and experience into my ideal veterinary clinic," reports Dr. Magnusson. "At Leo’s Pet Care, pets are treated quickly, competently, without unnecessary diagnostic tests or treatments, and all for a reasonable price. If we recommend something, you can be sure we believe your pet really needs it to stay healthy."

When faced with the decision about what to call his first veterinary clinic, Dr. Magnusson chose to name the hospital after his son Leo, who is 2 ½ and the "inspiration for everything good Dr. Magnusson does". "This practice is the public face of my family, and named after my boy. You better believe I’m going to put my heart and soul into this place," said Dr. Magnusson.

Leo’s Pet Care is conveniently located in the shopping center on the southwest corner of 106th and College in Home Place, just south of Carmel, and offers appointments Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. To make an appointment for your pet, call 317-721-7387. For additional information about his comfortable facility, outstanding staff and comprehensive medical and surgical services available, please visit www.leospetcare.com.

About Dr. Gregory Magnusson:
Dr. Gregory Magnusson is a 2000 graduate of the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Canada. In addition to being an active member of the Indiana Veterinary Medical Association and the Carmel Chamber, Dr. Magnusson is also a supporter of the Humane Society for Hamilton County.

Contact:
Gregory Magnusson
Leo’s Pet Care
10598 N College Ave Ste 200
Indianapolis, IN 46280
Tel: 317-721-7387
Fax: 317-564-4902
drm@leospetcare.com
http://www.leospetcare.com

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