Hillview Veterinary Clinic, LLC

1761 Thornburg Lane
Franklin, IN 46131

(317)736-8880

hillviewvets.com

Welcome to our new veterinarians -  Dr. Debra Shirley and Dr. Lauren Blair.

Dr. Shannon Kiley is available on Thursdays for behavior consultations.

Dr. Jennifer Waggoner Clarke

Born and raised in Franklin, Dr. Clarke attended Purdue for undergrad and Vet School and received her DVM in '96.  
She and her husband, large animal vet John Clarke, have three children - Erin, Dylan and Liam.  They opened Hillview large animal clinic in 2000 and the small animal clinic in 2003.  

Dr. Jennifer has a special interest in avian and reptile medicine, and surgery.  She does work for the wildlife rehabilitators, repairing injured raptors and turtles.


They have three dogs, four cats, three horses, two frogs, four tortoises, angus cattle and a bearded dragon.

 

Dr. John P. Clarke

Dr. John Clarke received his DVM from Purdue University in 1996. Dr. John is our large animal veterinarian; he has special interests in equine medicine, surgery and reproduction. 

Ask about our haul-in options to the barn for breeding or foaling.

 

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Dr. Debra Shirley

Dr. Shirley is a 1996 graduate of the University of Illinois, and has worked as a doctor in private practice, an animal shelter medical director, county animal control administrator, poison control consultant, and house-call veterinarian. She is particularly interested in animal behavior and the human-animal bond.

She and her husband Mike, a history professor, and their children, Jacob and Kate, share their home with three dogs and four cats.

                       

Dr. Lauren Blair

Dr. Blair graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014, where she spent five years with the Wildlife Medical Clinic as a student. She previously worked for a mixed animal practice before beginning at Hillview. Her special interests include surgery and exotic animal medicine.

Currently, she lives in Columbus with her fiancé, Jacob, who is a Mechanical Engineer for Cummins. They have two dogs, Calvin and Guinness, and a 3-legged cat, Buddy. They hope to buy a small farm together and raise beef cattle.

Dr. Shannon M. Kiley

Dr. Kiley is a graduate of Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine and has been practicing small animal medicine in the Indianapolis area for 25 years. A passion for animal behavior developed as a result of her close interaction with her own pets and those of her friends and clients. She started an in-home behavior consulting service for clients struggling with problem behaviors in their dogs and cats in 2007.


In addition, she has taught training classes for puppies and adults at a local veterinary clinic using positive training methods since 2008. She is a certified AKC Good Citizen Evaluator, member of the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior and a Certified Fear-Free Veterinary Professional.


Shannon and her husband live in Lebanon and enjoy working on their 6-acre farm and hiking . In her spare time, she enjoys training and competing with her Flat-Coated Retrievers in conformation and performance events and occasionally breeds a litter of puppies. Shannon’s love of animals started at a young age with a passion for horses. She currently has a Trakehner gelding who was her show hunter for ten years and a young dressage prospect, a Norwegian Fjord Pony.