Indian Springs Veterinary Clinic

1540 Indian Springs Road
Indiana, PA 15701


Our Staff

Dr. Yogi Misra
Years in Practice:15
College of Veterinary Sciences, Punjab Agricultural University, India

Dr. Yogi Graduated Vet School in July, 2002 from College of Veterinary Sciences,  Punjab Agricultural University, India with Gold medal for achieving highest OGPA in his graduating class.

After the completion of his vet school, he immediately started his higher studies in veterinary Ob&Gyn from Dept of Animal Reproduction, Gynecology and Obstetrics from same alma-mater. He graduated in November 2004 in his advanced studies with Gold medal for achieving highest OGPA.

Post advanced studies, he worked as a research associate veterinarian at the University Veterinary Hospital in the Dept of Animal Reproduction and Obstetrics. In 2006, he joined  PHD at University of Vermont where his research was primarily focused on how pregnancy decreases the risk of breast cancer in humans.  

In his free time, Dr. Yogi loves watching and discussing Football. He also likes to read a lot and keeps himself up to date on latest advances in fields of biology, cancer genomics and pharmacology, stem cells and regenerative medicine. 

Years in Practice:24

Missy is a valued member of the Indian Springs Veterinary Clinic team. She began her career in 1993 while living in Virginia. Returning to Pennsylvania in 1995, she began working at Indian Springs Veterinary Clinic under the ownership of Dr. James Boatman. Upon his retirement Missy continued to work as our head technician.

Along with her husband and two daughters, Missy lives with Jenny ( Labrador/boxer); and Stella (bichon/shihtzu). You will also find three cats, a cockatiel and several fish all living harmoniously under one roof.

Missy enjoys spending her spare time hanging out with family and friends cheering on the Steelers.  

Years in Practice:26
Education: Essex Community College/  Vet Tech Courses 

Patricia began her career in the animal field in 1991 when she took on a veterinary receptionist position for six doctors in Maryland. There she learned the skills to run a busy office and within a few years began assisting with technician duties. In 1995 she began taking courses in the vet tech programs offered at Essex Community College of Maryland. Learning further skills in laboratory procedures, in/outpatient care and small animal radiology. In 2001 she furthered her knowledge with managerial courses and was given the position of office manager at another clinic where she worked for 3 years before returning to Pennsylvania in 2003.

She began working at Indian Springs Veterinary Clinic under the ownership of Dr. James Boatman. Filling in as a technician for two years then returning to the desk where she continues to work today as our head receptionist and office manager.

Patricia shares her home with her husband and daughter, eight wonderful rescue cats named Possum, Wolfie, Meerkat, Lemur, Lynx, Polar Bear, Puma and Panther, and two red ear slider turtles.

She enjoys working with Coal Country Hangout Youth Center in Northern Cambria, Pa,  gardening, reading, photography and videography. 

Years in Practice: 10
Education:Clarion University, Vet Tech Institute in Pittsburgh

Candice joined our team in January 2007 after graduating from Vet Tech Institute in Pittsburgh. She also has a B.S. in Biology with a minor in Veterinary medicine from Clarion University. She received her certification as Vet Tech in 2007.

Candice keeps busy at home with a full crew that includes LeDoux (chocolate Labrador) Dierks (Aussie mix). Deja (mixed breed) and Kayden her Shetland sheepdog.  Her other family members include five cats and a horse.

In her spare time she volunteers with a local dog training club. She enjoys training, teaching, and competing in dog agility, rally, and obedience trials.