Our highly skilled and dedicated veterinarians perform weekly volunteer work through our relationship with the Animal Protection League.

Aaron Smiley, DVM with Dog ElphieDr. Smiley, our Chief of Staff, has been practicing here since June of 2010. Hailing from a farm in East Central Illinois, he achieved his DVM designation from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, graduating in 2007. Dr. Smiley started his veterinary career in the Western suburbs of Chicago in an exclusively equine practice. From there he took a position at a mixed animal clinic in Goshen, Indiana before settling here at Devonshire Veterinary Clinic. Dr. Smiley welcomes new patients with his kind-hearted, charismatic nature and he enjoys the wonderful bonds he has formed with his returning clients. We are delighted to have such a hard-working and talented doctor on our staff!

Dr. Smiley's medical interests include orthopedic and soft tissue surgery. When he is not at the clinic, he keeps himself busy teaching a veterinary technician course at Harrison College and also volunteers his time doing veterinary work for the Animal Protection League. He enjoys reading on his days off and loves spending as much time as he can with his wife, Kristin, and their three beautiful little girls. The four-legged members of his family include a dog, Elphie, and a cat, Gus Gus.

Sara Blasdel, DVM with Dog JacksonDr. Sara Blasdel joined Devonshire Veterinary Clinic in June 2014. She had spent almost a decade earning degrees from and residing at Purdue University, concluding with a DVM. She grew up on the west side of Indianapolis, transitioned to the greater Lafayette area, and now resides in Noblesville with her family.

Dr. Blasdel is committed to compassion and having a collaborative approach with you for the care of your fur family. She has particular interests in preventive care and dermatology, including skin and ear conditions.

When not a work, Dr. Blasdel enjoys attending local events, playing outdoors and chasing around her three-year-old, Miles. Her household includes her husband and son (Matt and Miles, plus one on the way!) as well as two dogs – LuLu and Jackson, and one cat – Carlee. In any extra spare time, she is passionate about areas even closer to her heart, advocating awareness for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and Special Needs Parenting.