About Oaklandon Family Vet | Indianapolis, IN
Our Veterinary Philosophy
We work hard to be Indianapolis’ leading animal care provider. That means outfitting our clinic with cutting-edge technology and hiring smart, caring people to bring the furry members of your family the best care possible. Our team is highly skilled and can perform all major veterinary services like dentistry, spays & neuters, ear cropping, and much more. Come see our staff in action, you will never want to take your pets anywhere else.
Local, loving care for your dog or cat in Indianapolis.
“Great clinic! My family has been coming for several years and would never go anywhere else.”
Dr. John Reutman
Chief of Staff
Dr. John Reutman is our Chief of Staff and the strongest driver behind the quality care that we provide. Having grown up on his family farm, he learned to care for animals and provide the best environment for them to live in. It was not long before a friend suggested that he become a veterinarian, an idea that helped him decide what he wanted to do for his career.
Dr. Reutman strives to offer the best care that he can and to educate owners to have a full understanding of what they are experiencing. A fairly active man, Dr. Reutman enjoys biking, swimming, as well as some indoor rock climbing. He and his wife Marna are currently empty nesters, having grown children Michael and Rebecca. They’ve had several dogs and cats through the years, but currently have two companions, chickens Boss and Scaredy – the two of which are aptly named.
Adrienne Taylor, DVM
Chief of Staff
Adrienne has been fascinated with animals ever since she was a small child. Her first pet was a cat named Kitty, who only helped fuel her passion to work with animals as an adult. Dr. Taylor got her undergraduate degree in Animal Science with a Minor in Biology at the University of Tennessee – Knoxville. She attended vet school at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2017. Adrienne has worked in the vet field since she was in high school, starting out as a kennel assistant. Throughout her years in the field, she learned to appreciate not only the medical side but the strong connection between animals and their humans. The human-animal bond is something that fuels Dr. Taylor and her work. Dr. Taylor has special interests in preventative medicine, dermatology, ophthalmology, and neurology, as well as maintaining quality of life.
Outside of the office, Adrienne enjoys reading, hiking, art, her saltwater aquarium, and spending time with her family and animals. She lives with her fiancé, her two dogs, Huff and Pippa, her cat Bindi, a guinea pig, and a few fish, fresh and saltwater varieties.
My love for animals and their care started when I was very young, and my father was going through veterinary school. I have always had animals, and couldn’t imagine a day without them. I showed horses when I was younger. I have trained dogs, worked in a humane society, and veterinary specialty and ER. Aside from pets, education is one of my highest passions. I have received an Associate’s in Business Administration, Bachelor’s in Psychology, Bachelor’s in Business Administration, and a Master’s in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. I am currently working on my Master’s in Business Administration (MBA). Growing up around the veterinary field, was like a second home. I have always had a passion for animals, their care, client education, and all aspects of the veterinary field. Aside from doing coursework, I enjoy spending time with my dogs: Australian Cattle Dog, Piper, Blue Pitbull, Kevlar. and a Rottweiler named Hauser. I enjoy taking my dogs to local parks and hiking.
Receptionist & Social Media Coordinator
Judy has been a part of the Oaklandon family for more than ten years, playing a key role as both a receptionist and as an assistant. She discovered, after thirty years in a different field, that animals are her passion and she needed to follow her dream in veterinary care. Outside of work, Judy enjoys photography, hiking out in nature, and spending quality time with her family. She has been happily married to her best friend, Paul, for more than 40 years and the two of them share four furry children together: Jackson, Strut, Mozzie, and Pearl – all of the cat variety.
Brennah has always wanted to work with animals. With a deep love for the natural world, she feels that it is critical that we advocate for those who cannot advocate for themselves. When it comes to the hospital, she is most passionate about the supportive relationship we bring to our clients, as well as providing safe, compassionate care to our amazing patients. In her spare time, Brennah enjoys hiking and kayaking, as well as researching, drawing, painting, and making miniatures. She shares her home with her boyfriend, Toby, their two lovely Chihuahuas – Wren and Olé, and two cats – Kiki and Gumby.
Customer Service Representative
I never had my own children so my dogs and cats are my kiddos. I have 2 golden retrievers named Dug and Jessie. I also have 3 cats named Adam, Dinsdale, and Sterling Archer. After high school, I knew I wanted to work in the veterinary industry so I worked with Dr. Summerlin in Pensacola, FL for 15 years. I love all things Disney, so I go on cruises and to Disney World. I also like to spend time with my husband Greg and visit family. I am looking forward to getting to know Indianapolis and Indiana in general. I love to go to baseball, hockey, and basketball games, and go to festivals. I love the weather here in Indianapolis. I am so excited to get to meet all of your fur babies.
Registered Veterinary Technician
I have been an animal lover for as far back as I can remember. We had a family dog and an outdoor cat at home and my grandfather had horses, dogs, and barn cats. I have associate degrees in administration, veterinary technician, and a bachelor’s in criminal justice. After my 20-year career in the military, I worked as a family case manager. The stress of being a family case manager became too much so I decided to pursue being a veterinary technician. I was blessed to be financially able to resign from my position and attend veterinary technician school full-time. I enjoy learning about genealogy, museums, music, gardening, true crime TV, reading, dining out, and spending time with friends and family. I have 6 dogs (2 long hair Daschunds and 4 American Pit Bull Terriers). I also have 2 cats (a Siamese and a tortie).
Registered Veterinary Technician
Bio coming soon.