Our Veterinarians

Dr. Greg Borlik was one of those people who always knew what he wanted in life to do in life.  Now he gets to do what he loves…meet new people and help them with their pets.  He has always felt a connection with animals–like they brought out the best in him and he brought out the best in them.   The pet parents he meets make each day special because they become so much more than clients, they become friends.

Dr. Greg grew up on the north side of Indianapolis, where he competitively ran cross country and track for North Central High School. Indiana University in Bloomington was his home for four years where he joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity and cheered on the Hoosiers. It is there that Dr. Greg obtained degrees in biology, chemistry, and business before moving on to attend veterinary school. He received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2007 from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. Over the years, Dr. Greg has worked at several veterinary practices and emergency vet hospitals in the greater Indianapolis area, before founding Cottage Animal Clinic of Carmel.

Dr. Greg’s medical special interests include:  surgery, critical care, clinical pathology, diagnostic imaging, dermatology, and dentistry, but his favorite thing of all is meeting new people and educating pet owners like yourself.  He truly believes that educating you will make sure that you are able to make the best decisions for your pets to keep them healthy and very happy!

Greg lives with his beautiful wife Amy who is a nurse at Peyton Manning’s St. Vincent Children’s Hospital  The rest of his family includes his adorable daughter Anna, his wonderful son Hudson, and his three dogs, Cubby the Boston Terrier, Vincent the Bichon Frise, and Penny the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.  Besides helping people with their pets, he thoroughly enjoys activities such as walking his dogs on the Monon, running, hiking & camping, watching movies, biking, gardening, cooking & grilling, attempting to play golf, and cheering on the Colts.  However, most of his free time away from the hospital is spent trying to keep up with his energetic children.

“If you have any questions or concerns with any of your beloved pets, go ahead and give me a call and I would be happy to help.  Call or stop by anytime.  I look forward to meeting you.”   –Dr. Greg

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Dr. Stacy Winkhart  obtained her veterinary degree from Michigan State University in 2014. She has had the opportunity to work in corporate, private, and nonprofit veterinary practice since graduation. Dr. Winkhart also spent a year working in emergency medicine prior to returning to general practice. Her professional interests include diagnostic imaging and soft tissue surgery. She is an active member of AVMA and AAHA.

Dr. Winkhart has always been passionate about the importance of the human animal bond. Growing up in central Indiana on a small farm with many animals including dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, goats, and horses led her toward the path of veterinary medicine. Dr. Winkhart was a 10-year 4-H member participating in cats & small critters, dog obedience, horse & pony, and photography on the local and state level. She won numerous awards including the prestigious Indiana POA pony award while in 4-H.

Dr. Winkhart has been an avid equestrian since she was 5 years old. She has shown in several disciplines and has had the opportunity to win many regional and international championships with her horses. Dr. Winkhart and her family also had a large rabbitry where she bred and showed multiple national champion rabbits and she was a member of the rabbit royalty during her youth.

Dr. Winkhart shares her home with 2 sphynx cats named Suri and Simon. She acquired her cats while in veterinary school. Suri and Simon’s personalities are unique and independent which makes them great pets. Outside of work Dr. Winkhart enjoys spending time with her family, particularly her nieces and nephews. She is well known as the “cool” aunt. Other interests include skydiving, playing golf, traveling, attending concerts & festivals, and experiencing new restaurants & coffee shops.