|Monday||7:00am - 5:00pm|
|Tuesday||7:00am - 5:00pm|
|Wednesday||7:00am - 5:00pm|
|Thursday||7:00am - 5:00pm|
|Friday||7:00am - 5:00pm|
|Saturday||7:00am - 12:00pm|
- Animal Boarding
- Animal Daycare
- Animal Flea Control
- Animal Microchipping
- Holistic Veterinary Medicine
- Large Animal Vet
- Small Animal Vet
- Veterinary Dentistry
- Veterinary Docking
- Veterinary Euthanasia
- Veterinary Medical Specialties
- Veterinary Surgery
In the last twenty years companion animal care has grown at a rapid pace and today comprises greater than sixty percent of the practice. The clinic has been committed to bringing new technologies to the community. For example, we were the first clinic in the Tri-state to provide laser surgery which reduces pain, bleeding and enhances healing. We also remodeled the clinic so our feline clients have their own waiting room to minimize the stress of a veterinary visit. Warrick Veterinary Clinic provides diagnostics including radiology, lab chemistries, blood analysis, and numerous disease diagnostic tests. Dental, surgical and medical services are continually upgraded to provide better care to our clients and their pets.
Dr. Bryan Helms joined the practice in 1991. He is an excellent veterinary surgeon and especially excels in joint surgeries. Dr. Baker and Dr. Helms likewise provide care to pigs, beef and dairy cattle, sheep, goats and occasionally other species of animals. Both enjoy the variety of mixed animal practice and work hard through continuing education to provide the best care possible to all of our clients.
Our clinic is blessed with a staff of animal lovers who pride themselves in providing superior care. They can relate to your concerns and understand the unique bond between animals and their owners. We value our staff and our community and would be pleased to serve your veterinary needs.
Dr. John Baker, D.V.M.
I graduated from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1981 and joined a practice in Poseyville, IN. In 1984, I returned home with my wife Andrea to start Warrick Veterinary Clinic and our family. Over the years, I have built a clinic that provides our clients with the best veterinary care possible while offering options that are within their budget.
I have always enjoyed the variety of a mixed veterinary practice and working with my clients and their companions as well as their farm animals. An interest in preventative herd health afforded me the opportunity to complete a two year program at the University of Illinois called the Executive Veterinary Program in Swine Health Production from 1995 through 1997. I believe in lifelong learning and annually attend numerous continuing education offerings in order to stay current and bring the latest technologies to my clients. I have served for two years on the Indiana State Board of Animal Health and currently hold the office of Vice-Chairperson.
My wife Andrea is the Manager of Women's Services at The Women's Hospital in Newburgh, IN. We have two adult children. Jordan is a junior in the Veterinary School at Purdue. Natalie is a sophomore in Pre-Veterinary Medicine at Purdue. Both are excited about returning to Warrick Veterinary Clinic to continue to provide care for our clients.
Dr. Bryan Helms, D.V.M.
I graduated from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1984. I wanted to stay in Southern Indiana, having grown up in a rural setting near Bloomfield, Indiana. My first job out of school was in a mixed practice in St. Joe, Indiana on the northwest side of Evansville. We served all types of animals, including small, beef, dairy, swine, and equine. After six years at St. Joe Veterinary Clinic, I took my current position at Warrick Veterinary Clinic in February 1991.
At Warrick Vet Clinic, I still do mixed practice, but most of the time I work with small animals, beef, and dairy. I enjoy doing small animal surgery and attend several continuing education meetings every year to stay on top of a rapidly changing profession. We adopt new technology as it is proven safe and effective in order to benefit our patients and clients as much as possible.
I am married to Susan Helms. She is the deputy clerk for the town of Newburgh. We have two daughters, Laura and Amanda. Laura is attending Kentucky Wesleyan College in Owensboro, Kentucky. She is playing softball for the college team. Amanda attends Castle High School where she plays softball and volleyball.
Dr. Lynn Naylor
I graduated from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. I started practicing veterinary medicine in Huntingburg, Indiana. There I worked with dogs, cats, horses, beef and dairy cattle. When I joined Warrick Veterinary Clinic in October 2008 I decided to focus on small animal medicine only and I am enjoying working with all the pets and clients here.
My husband Mark and I are originally from Bloomington, Indiana were we both enjoyed growing up on farms. Now we live in Holland Indiana with our young daughter, Molly our cat, Max our three legged black Lab, and our 4 quarter horses. We our enjoying spending time as a family and working on our land. I also enjoy cooking, gardening and sewing in my spare time.