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Dr. Andrea Quigley

Hospital Director, Veterinarian

Dr. Quigley grew up on the north side of Indianapolis and is a graduate of Lawrence Central High School. Her sister used to volunteer at a veterinary clinic, and one day when Dr. Quigley’s mother stopped by the clinic, the veterinarian offered Dr. Quigley a position, thinking she was her sister! Dr. Quigley accepted the position and has worked in the veterinary field ever since.

Dr. Quigley attended Purdue University for her undergraduate coursework before being accepted into Purdue’s School of Veterinary Medicine. In 2006, she graduated and moved to Lexington, Kentucky for a few years. She moved back to Indianapolis once her husband finished school and joined the Noah’s family in March of 2009. She moved to our Stop 11 location in November of 2015.

Dr. Quigley likes caring for cats, dogs, and the occasional pocket pet. She loves developing relationships with clients and seeing pets grow up.

At home, Dr. Quigley’s family includes 3 dogs, 2 cats, a fish, a Leopard gecko, a yellow foot tortoise and whatever other creatures Providence Wildlife Rehabilitation gets, as she is also actively involved with this rescue organization.

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Dr. Zach Bault


Dr. Bault grew up on the westside of Indianapolis and went to Cardinal Ritter High School. After gaining experience working at Noah’s Westside Animal Hospital, he decided to continue on in the veterinary field. He attended Purdue University and completed his undergraduate degree in Neurobiology and Physiology in 2012 and graduated Purdue’s vet school in 2016. While in school, Dr. Bault was heavily involved in research and enjoys genetics, microbiology and toxicology. His interests in veterinary medicine include soft tissue surgery, emergency medicine, and research.

Dr. Bault studied both large and small medicine in school, but currently enjoys seeing just dogs and cats. His favorite parts of veterinary medicine are the people, the pets, and the science behind the medicine. He returned to Noah’s because of the positive, friendly atmosphere and the high quality of medicine.

Dr. Bault lives with a black cat named Inky. His hobbies include watching movies, playing poker, bowling, maintaining his fish aquarium, and playing video games.

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