Many of the same health problems that affect us, including hearing loss, also affect our pets. Fortunately, most pets adapt very well to the disability with a little help from their owners.View Article
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While this list may appear all inclusive, it is not! Bring, fax or e-mail any history from previous veterinary clinic(s) including any videos or x-rays that you feel can help our doctors in the diagnosis and treatment of your pet(s).
While we can diagnose and treat most conditions, sometimes we need to refer you to one of three speciality clinics in the state: Fox Valley Referral Center in Grand Chute, Packerland Veterinary Clinic in Green Bay or UW-Madison Veterinary School.
By the use of our in-clinic lab equipment, our staff can provide results faster to prevent delays in the treatment of the pets we are entrusted to care for. After collecting the blood, our techs and assistants can perform CBCs (white and red blood cell analysis), chemical panels (Liver, Kidney, Protein and Electrolyte levels) to provide our veterinarians the information needed to start the recommended treatment plan as quickly as possible. The use of a reference lab for more specialized tests can help to complete the remainder of the lab picture.
We recently upgraded our radiograph machine to not only to improve the safety for our pets and staff, but to improve the quality of the pictures taken. The quality of the images now allows our doctors to improve diagnosis without retaking the image. By not using traditional film, we also are able to exchange images with our local referral center better and eliminate the need for chemical processing which is better for the environment.
We have also added digital radiography to diagnosis dental abnormalities like never before.
We recently added our ultrasound machine to improve our diagnostic abilities and Dr. Shaw is an experienced sonographer from her work at FVARC. Ultrasound is a means of seeing what lies beneath the surface by sending sound waves into it and creating an image that represents the way the waves bounce off the organs. This is a non-invasive way to image your pet's internal organs and is used for many purposes including: pregnancy, biopsy and urine collection, cancer staging, fluid and solid organ analysis of the chest or bell. We also are able to exchange the video/images with our local referral center though our radiograph computer.
Our laser machine uses a specific wavelength of light to penetrate into the body tissues to improve healing for various conditions. Used for joint or back diseases, damaged tissues from various traumas and resistant infections.
Our micro-current machine uses a bio-active low voltage electro-stimulation to naturally heal damaged and infected tissue and can help with the treatment of various behavioral conditions, including separation anxiety.
This past spring we upgraded our computer system moving from paper records to digital "paperless" records. We would appreciate your patience as we upgrade/improve the records we keep on file for your pet. These upgrades will allow our staff to communicate with you (phone, e-mail, text, fax) and more thoroughly diagnose and treat your pet(s) in the 21st century.
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This ancient Chinese therapy uses veterinary massage in the treatment of various medical conditions which affect your pets. Many of these techniques can be done by you at home.
We are partnered with the foremost quality Chinese herbal supplier (Jin-Tang) for the treatment of various medical conditions.
The quality essential oils of Young Living can aid in the treatment of various conditions our furry loved ones suffer from.