Our Vets and Staff

Well Pets Economy Clinics provides wellness care, vaccines and other diagnostics for cats and dogs. Our economy cost clinics are conveniently located at pet supply stores throughout Central Indiana.

We restrict our services to wellness care and the treatment of minor health problems. Pets with more significant medical or surgical needs will be referred to local veterinary hospitals.

We encourage all owners to establish a relationship with a local full service veterinary hospital and hope that money saved through our clinics will be available if more significant veterinary care is ever needed.

Medical records for all patients are maintained and are available to the clients or their veterinarians in a reasonable time period.

We hope that you and your pets experience with Well Pets is enjoyable and welcome your feedback on how we may improve!

Clinic Guidelines

Frequently Asked Questions

Our administrative office is located at 508 Stony Creek Circle, Noblesville, IN 46060.

For information, call 317-773-8387 M-F 9am-3pm. Our fax number is 317-773-8370.

Our Vets

Dr. Scott Emch

Like many veterinarians, I decided early in life (2nd grade) that veterinary medicine was the career for me. I owned and cared for several pets growing up and enjoyed several years working at a local vet hospital while in high school.

I graduated from Purdue’s Veterinary School in 1989 and have been practicing small animal medicine ever since. After working at two practices as an associate, I began to work as a relief veterinarian (sort of a “substitute teacher” role, filling in for local vets who were on vacation or needed part time help) and have been doing so for the last 14 years. Read more about Dr. Scott Emch.

Dr. Ruth Landau

Before formally entering the world of veterinary medicine at Purdue University, my travels took me coast to coast (Philadelphia to Seattle) and far away (Middle East, western Europe and Argentina)

These travel experiences afforded me opportunities to work with camels, horses, cattle and goats, as well as dogs and cats, and gain language skills in Spanish, French & American Sign Language. If you’re looking for a vet with lots of frequent flyer miles quien habla espanol, bring your perro y gatito to me at Pet Supplies Plus in Greenwood. Nos vemos!

Dr. Christie Braun

Christie is originally from Michigan and moved to the Indianapolis area in 2004. She received her DVM degree from Michigan State University in 2004. She also has an MS degree in Animal Science from Purdue University. She is always a bit torn during football season as to whom she should root for – the Boilermakers or the Spartans. Christy always enjoyed working with animals and their owners. She thinks the human-animal bond is very special. “There is nothing better than a puppy kiss on a rough day!” Currently she lives in McCordsville with her husband; who is also a veterinarian; her daughter, and their 2 cats (Pounce and Orange Tang). She enjoys spending time with her family, any and all outdoor activities and baking.


Dr. Jennifer Finnegan

Dr. Jennifer Finnegan received her BS in 1997 from The University of Kansas and started in the animal world at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo. As a research assistant in reproductive physiology, she had the opportunity to work with endangered species including gorillas, African hoofstock, Siberian tigers and elephants.

After receiving her DVM from Kansas State University in 2003, Dr. Finnegan moved to Indianapolis and practiced small animal medicine on the south side. She began with Well Pets in 2004 working at Pet Products Superstore in Geist and Pet Supplies Plus in Greenwood. After two years in practice, Dr. Finnegan took her experience to a specialty hospital as an Emergency Clinician where she worked for two years until she returned to general practice at New Ross Veterinary Services.

Dr. Finnegan can be found at the Petco in Greenwood on select Wednesdays. When not working, she enjoys traveling, reading fiction, and spending time with family and friends. She shares her home with two pekingese, a chocolate lab and two felines.

Substitute Doctors

Dr. Erin Smyth

A native of Evansville, Dr. Smyth spent 7 years at Purdue (undergrad and vet school). “I bleed black and gold 100%!”, she claims proudly. She’s been a practicing veterinarian in the Indianapolis area for 7 years and is currently the veterinarian at Log Cabin Animal Hospital, on Fall Creed Road in Indy. “I enjoy my feline and canine patients thoroughly and am starting to branch out into small mammal (ferret, hamster, rabbit) medicine”. Her passions include surgery, pain management and enjoys the variety of general medicine. When not at Log cabin, she shares her home with three feline companions (Stewart, Sprite, Hank).

A resident of Broad Ripple, Erin loves the energy of that area. Her hobbies include kickboxing, wine making, hiking, swiffering cat hair, and “exploring all that Indianapolis has to offer with my friends”. You will find Dr. Smyth (in black and gold?) on select Sundays at Speck’s Pet Supplies in Geist.