5541 E Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46219

Monday – Friday | 8:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday + Sunday | Closed

Online Pharmacy

Your pet’s prescriptions and food — delivered right to your front door! We’ve partnered with Vetsource to supply you with quality products sourced directly from the manufacturer.

Online Pet Portal

Request medication refills, see upcoming reminders for your pet, download vaccine information, update your contact preferences, schedule appointments online, and more.

Opened in May 2020, our Irvington clinic is located on Washington St, in the heart of Irvington. Our facilities include a grooming suite, call center, four exam rooms, a pharmacy, treatment area, surgery room, x-ray, dental area, and an isolation room.

Visionary/CEO + Veterinarian

Butler University, B.S. in Biology, 1992
Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, DVM, 1996

Personal + Professional:
Dr. Phillips has been a veterinarian since 1996, a veterinary clinic owner since 2000, and owner of City Way Animal Clinics since 2012. His special interests include canine reproduction and English bulldogs. When he’s not working, he’s reading up on entrepreneurship, business, and how to craft an excellent cocktail. He enjoys traveling, live music, and good food.

Loves of his Life:
Kurt and his wife, Julia, have two awesome kids, Emma and Jude. They’re empty nesters now, but are still busy taking care of their two dog-kids, Jenner (Vizsla) and Lexington “Lex” (French Bulldog).

Indy Favorites:
Square Cat Vinyl
Wildwood Market
The Canal Walk
The Antelope Club
Union 50
The Cultural Trail
Goose the Market

Integrator/Chief Operations Officer

Indiana University, Kinesiology, 2009 – 2011

Personal + Professional:
Ken brought his passion for health and animals to City Way Animal Clinics in 2012 as a veterinary technician, and has risen through the ranks to our leadership team. He has a passion for community outreach, team culture, and animal wellness. When Ken isn’t making sure things are running smoothly at our clinics, he’s focused on molding a healthy lifestyle. He has a passion for physical and mental health, and you can often find him at the gym.

Loves of his Life:
Ken and his husband, Mark, enjoy city life in Indianapolis.

Indy Favorites:
The Canal Walk
Biking the Monon
Patio restaurants with friends


Saint Louis University, BS in Biology, 2017
Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, DVM, 2021

Personal + Professional:
Dr. Bryan came to City Way Animal Clinics in 2021 as a new graduate and is passionate about animal welfare and ethics. She believes the key to providing the best veterinary care is compassion, listening, and client education. Dr. Bryan has special interests in surgery, ophthalmology, and pain management / rehabilitation. She travels whenever she can and loves experiencing different cultures. She has an appreciation for hiking in the mountains and visiting her family.

Loves of her Life:
Madeleine and her boyfriend, Scott, adore their Pitbull mix, Luna, who goes everywhere with them.

Indy Favorites:
Indy Restaurants + Craft Breweries
Walking around Indy with her dog


Purdue University, B.S. in Biology, 2012
IUPUI, M.S. in Biology, 2013
Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, DVM, 2018

Personal + Professional:
Dr. Squires brought her fresh perspective and compassion to City Way Animal Clinics in 2018. Her special interests include oncology, internal medicine, and client education. When she’s not at the clinic, she’s running, practicing yoga, and boating with friends and family. She loves the Pacers and IndyCar.

Loves of her Life:
Jessica loves her fur babies! Finch (Yellow English Lab) keeps a watchful eye on his two mischievous siblings, Ford (Tabby cat) and Emmy (spunky tripod kitty.)

Indy Favorites:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Ft. Harrison State Park
Goodfellas Pizza

Lead Veterinary Technician

Vet Tech Institute, Associates of Science, 2019

Personal + Professional:
Jazmine came to City Way Animal Clinics in 2020 after graduating from tech school. She has special interests in client education, shelter medicine, and emergency medicine. When Jazmine’s not in the clinic, she’s reading, cycling, and practicing aerial silks. She has a passion for her family, traveling, and animals.

Loves of her Life:
Jazmine and her husband, Wesley, care for Turtle (actually a pitbull); Ashley (golden retriever mix); Toni (boxer mix); their cats Sasha, Chirp, Elsa, and Olaf; as well as two bearded dragons, Norwaldo and Sherman.

Indy Favorites:
Walking the canal
Trying new Indy restaurants
EPIC Climbing and Fitness

Lead Customer Service Representative

Purdue Global University, Associates in Business Administration, 2017
ProHeart6 + ProHeart12 Certified, 2020

Personal + Professional:
Brandi came to City Way Animal Clinics in 2020 with 20 years of experience in the veterinary field as a veterinary assistant, customer service representative, and kennel technician. She believes her purpose is to care for animals in need, and maintains that the best veterinary care includes compassion, empathy, and client and team member relationships. When she’s not making sure everything at the clinic is running smoothly, she’s singing, drawing, and going to concerts. She loves playing The Sims online and looks forward to her yearly beach visits.

Loves of her Life:
Together, Brandi and her partner, Robert, have raised an amazing daughter, Kaysie. Brandi’s pets include George (a mutt formally known as Pootie Tootie), Taco (chihuahua miniature pinscher rescue), Remy (shih zhu foster fail), Wednesday (rescued torti cat with a tude), Bean (guinea pig), Randall (veiled chameleon), and a baby tree frog! She also cares for and feeds an outdoor colony of eight cats.

Indy Favorites:
Bonfires with Family

Veterinary Assistant

Vet Tech Institute at IBC Fort Wayne, A. A. S. in Veterinary Technology, 2014

Personal + Professional:
Lauren brought her love for animals to City Way Animal Clinic in 2017 but has wanted to work in the veterinary field since she was a kid. She’s incredibly passionate about client communication and education. When she’s not spending time with her niece and nephews, she’s listening to music, singing along, and attending music festivals. She loves snuggling with her fur babies.

Loves of her Life:
Lauren lives in Irvington with her cat Coco. She also claims her family’s pets as her own, Piper (Pit/Boxer mix), Cutter, and Pip (both cats).

Indy Favorites:
Concerts at the White River
Breweries + Bars
All the restaurants!

Veterinary Assistant

BA in Music Education, Ball State University, 2006 with a minor in Piano Performance

Personal + Professional:
Ann came to City Way Animal Clinics in 2020 with over five years of veterinary experience in the greater Indianapolis area. She has a special interest in theriogenology (animal reproduction) and client education. Ann is passionate about learning new things and helping others, and believes the best veterinary care means always putting her patients first. She enjoys playing a myriad of instruments, such as saxophone, clarinet, and piano, painting miniature models, and gaming.

Loves of her Life:
Ann and her spouse, Eric dote on their three cats Sapphire, the one-eyed wonder; Penelo, the silly one; and Buffy, who loves to play in the shower.

Indy Favorites:
A2Z Café
Indianapolis Museums

Customer Service Representative


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Ball State University, BFA in Painting, with a Watermedia Specialty, 2009
Grooming Academy, 2009

Personal + Professional:
Katie came to Furr in 2015  and has been a groomer since 2009. She believes empathy and education go hand in hand with grooming. When she’s not painting and making art, she’s playing Dungeons & Dragons, and running in races that offer free beer and cool medals.

Loves of her Life:
Katie and her lifemate, Evan, care for a large family of furry and feathered friends: Gorbash Oakenshield, mutt (aka “Best Dog”); Donna Noble, mutt (aka “Trash Panda”); Jennifer Jareau, miniature poodle (aka “Too Good for us”); Ferrero Roger, cat and bro roomie; Gengar Stormbringer, Great Pyrenees-mix (aka “New Kid on the Block”); three chickens; and a flock of five ducks.

Indy Favorites:
The Inferno Room
Indy’s Breweries, especially St. Joseph’s and MashCraft
GenCon in Indy!

Join our team

Think you would be a great fit for our team? Learn more about the positions we have available.

City Way Animal Clinics – Irvington is located on Washington Street in the heart of Irvington. This location offers all the same services available at Furr: Pet Spa on 909 N East St. Our facilities include a high-end grooming suite with space for multiple groomers. Give us a call to schedule your pet’s next groom at our Irvington location! 317-785-3260

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‣ Rabies (cats + dogs)
‣ Distemper
‣ Bordetella
‣ Canine Influenza


Daily from 9:00-10:00am


Bath + Brush Package

Included services:

• Bath with high quality clarifying shampoo
• Hypo-allergenic and tear-free face wash
• Blow-dry and brush out
• Nail trim
• Ear cleaning
• Complimentary Wellness Exam (where we check your pet’s eyes, ears, teeth, skin, and weight) to ensure they are at their best, as well as, to keep you informed on anything abnormal.

Face, Feet, + Sanitary Package

This level of service includes all of the services listed for a Bath & Brush package, in addition to the following services:

• Face/paw/potty trim

Full Groom Package

This level of service includes all of the services listed for a Bath & Brush package, in addition to the following:

• Breed specific haircut or full groom to your specifications (a show style cut may vary in pricing based on breed)
• Hair styling

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HAND STRIPPING – This specialized grooming procedure involves pulling out the dead outer coat of wired-haired or “rough-coated” breeds by hand, rather than cutting the hair with clippers. This allows a new “harsh” wire coat to grow in.

This service is recommended to be done every four weeks. Costs and time required vary based on dog’s hair coat quality, groom frequency and temperament.

DE-SHEDDING TREATMENT – One of the best things you can do for your pet (and yourself)! If your pet has long, thick hair or even short, coarse hair, our groomers can help you. We use a formulated hypo-allergenic shampoo and conditioner which helps to relax the hair follicle and release any undercoat your pet may be shedding. It doesn’t stop there! Our de-shedding treatment also helps detangle mats. Our shampoo and conditioner are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids to reduce shedding and promote a healthy skin and coat. We finish with a thorough forced air blow dry and deep brushing to remove as much hair as possible. Your pet will feel lighter and fluffier and you will see a dramatic reduction in the amount of shedding noted at home.

NAIL FILING – instead of traditional nail trimming with nail trimmers, our groomers will use a Dremel tool and nail files to smooth and shorten your pet’s nails painlessly and effectively.

RESTORATIVE PAW PAD TREATMENT – This service features a revolutionary formula for dogs and cats that will strengthen and repair dry damaged coat and heal cracked paw pads.

SCOOPING THE PAW PADS – This service removes the excess hair between the paw pads to allow for better traction. This service can be added on to our Bath Only package.

ORAL CARE PACKAGE – Teeth are cleaned with enzymatic toothpaste that prevents plaque build-up & freshens breath for a healthier smile. If you have your own toothpaste and toothbrush for your pet, bring it with you and we’ll do the rest!

ORAL RINSE – A great add-on to our Oral Care Package. This antiseptic rinse will leave your pet’s breath fresh and clean after his or her spa day.

ANAL GLAND EXPRESSION – For those pets that have problems expressing their own anal glands. If they tend to scoot their bottoms on the floor or pay a lot of attention to their back end, they may need a little help expressing their anal glands. Our grooming staff can do external anal gland expressions. Internal anal gland expressions are available through our Veterinary Services.