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Welcome to the Green Apple!

This page is dedicated to explaining our clinic's ever increasing work in improving the environment for our furry companions and those that care for them.

  1. By switching to digital record keeping, we hope to reduce the amount of paper we use thus saving more trees. You can help also by providing us your e-mail address to send reminders, invoices and estimates electronically.

  2. Converting to a high frequency x-ray generator, the power consumption is reduced by shortening the time it takes to take a film and changing to digital film will eliminate the chemicals used and the physical film used for the medical record.

  3. The plantings around the clinic are perenials, which not only beautify the exterior, but also improve the air we breath and attracts various pollenating creatures like butterflies and bees.

  4. In case of power outages, our emergency lighting system is battery operated and our emergency generator is solar powered.

  5. Our lawn care includes keeping the grass at three inches to strengthen the root system so chemical use is limited.  All gardening equipment is electric (no gas powered machines), including our lawnmower.

  6. All our aluminum cans are donated to the Outagamie Dog Park to further their efforts to take care of the park for our canine friends.

  7. Our hospital now uses an oxygen concentrator which pulls the oxygen out of the room air and concentrates it for use in the patient. We use the oxygen for administrating the gas anesthesia and in critical care cases.


The Non-Profits We Support

Harbor House

In 2015, we joined forces with Harbor House to support the animals of domestic abuse as the exclusive veterinarian of the Appleton and surrounding Fox Valley area communities. If you are in need of their assistance, please call them at 832-1666 or 1-800-970-1171

Beja Shrine Circus

Since 2011, Dr. Jain has sponsored the Shriners in helping kids to attend various circus performances through the years.

Outagamie County Dog Park

Apple Valley Veterinary Clinic continues to donate to this staple of our community to improve the social interaction and health of the Fox Valley area dogs.

Wisconsin Troopers Association

Since 2014, Apple Valley has donated to the state law enforcement associations.

Sisters of Moses Montefiore Synagogue (including Habitat for Humanity)

Whether it is an art auction through the synagogue or supplies to repair and improve the clinic, the clinic has always valued our community.

Arbor Day Foundation