The Green Apple

Stewards of life. Stewards of love.

Our Efforts
Non-Profits

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The Green Apple

Stewards of life. Stewards of love.

Our Efforts
Non-Profits

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A Better World

We love this Earth. And we believe, passionately, in caring for our environment. We love all life, and we work to protect innocence and the fragile ecosystems that support us all. Here are a few of our efforts to do just that:

  • 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.
  • 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 eliminates the chemicals used and the physical film used for the medical record.
  • The plantings around the clinic are perennials, which not only beautify the exterior, but also improve the air we breath and attracts various pollinating creatures like butterflies and bees.
  • In case of power outages, our emergency lighting system is battery operated and our emergency generator is solar powered.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Our hospital now uses two oxygen concentrators which pull 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.

A Better World

We love this Earth. And we believe, passionately, in caring for our environment. We love all life, and we work to protect innocence and the fragile ecosystems that support us all. Here are a few of our efforts to do just that:

  • 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.
  • 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 eliminates the chemicals used and the physical film used for the medical record.
  • The plantings around the clinic are perennials, which not only beautify the exterior, but also improve the air we breath and attracts various pollinating creatures like butterflies and bees.
  • In case of power outages, our emergency lighting system is battery operated and our emergency generator is solar powered.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Our hospital now uses two oxygen concentrators which pull 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.

Non-Profits

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

American Cancer Paw Burner

Starting in the inaugural 2019 year, we joined with the American Cancer Society in it’s annual Paw burner fundraising efforts.

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.

Sisters of Moses Montefiore Synagogue

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

Pillars Homeless Shelter

From homelessness to coming home, Pillars provides shelter, support, and solutions to address the housing needs in our community.

Great Lakes Irish Setter Rescue

Thirty six years ago, Great Lakes Irish Setter Rescue started to find forever homes for abandoned and abused Irish Setters. All dogs are brought to our home, evaluated, vet checked and loved until a suitable adopter is found.

Street Dog Project

We’re teaming up with the Lone Star Bulldog Rescue and Texas Ale Project to bring you some holiday cheer this year! Join us for Pictures With Santa, a Kissing Booth, and fabulous merch from both organizations!

Neenah Animal Shelter

Our Mission The Neenah Animal Shelter exists to humanely care for lost, surrendered, neglected, impounded and abandoned pets until loving, forever homes are found for them.

Frosty’s Fosters Animal Rescue

Here at Frosty’s Fosters Animal Rescue, we are driven by a single goal; to save as many pets as we can. We hope one day to be able to build a facility to house more animals that need our help and to make a positive impact with those around us.

Orphan Animal Rescue

Orphan Animal Rescue & Sanctuary, Inc. is a no-kill, volunteer-driven, 501(c)(3) nonprofit animal rescue. Our mission is to save the lives of homeless animals.

Saving Sully Rescue

We are a volunteer based organization, in the greater Oshkosh area, who rehabilitate at-risk dogs from high-kill shelters in order to restore dog’s to physical and emotional well being.

Chihuahua Rescue of the Midwest

Chihuahua Rescue Midwest is a non profit 501C organization. We are an all volunteer rescue, foster and adoption organization. We believe that irresponsible breeding of animals (especially for profit – puppy mills) is unethical and inhumane.

Valley Cat Rescue

No-Kill & No-Declaw We are a no-kill rescue and partner with other rescues and shelters to help build a no-kill community. We believe that every cat is worth saving and will invest the time and resources to help socialize cats with behavioral issues or heal cats with medical conditions.

Appleton Historical Society

Appleton Historical Society, The purpose of the Society is to gather and preserve all historical data and artifacts from 1847 when the area was first settled, To when it became a Town and then a Village in 1853 and finally a city in 1857.

Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Foundation

The Kindred Companions Memorial Fund allows veterinary hospitals, clinics and their clients to commemorate and celebrate the lives of pets who have passed on, by donating to WVMF in the name of that animal.

Non-Profits

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

American Cancer Paw Burner

Starting in the inaugural 2019 year, we joined with the American Cancer Society in it’s annual Paw burner fundraising efforts.

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.

Sisters of Moses Montefiore Synagogue

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

Pillars Homeless Shelter

From homelessness to coming home, Pillars provides shelter, support, and solutions to address the housing needs in our community.

Great Lakes Irish Setter Rescue

Thirty six years ago, Great Lakes Irish Setter Rescue started to find forever homes for abandoned and abused Irish Setters. All dogs are brought to our home, evaluated, vet checked and loved until a suitable adopter is found.

Street Dog Project

We’re teaming up with the Lone Star Bulldog Rescue and Texas Ale Project to bring you some holiday cheer this year! Join us for Pictures With Santa, a Kissing Booth, and fabulous merch from both organizations!

Neenah Animal Shelter

Our Mission The Neenah Animal Shelter exists to humanely care for lost, surrendered, neglected, impounded and abandoned pets until loving, forever homes are found for them.

Frosty’s Fosters Animal Rescue

Here at Frosty’s Fosters Animal Rescue, we are driven by a single goal; to save as many pets as we can. We hope one day to be able to build a facility to house more animals that need our help and to make a positive impact with those around us.

Orphan Animal Rescue

Orphan Animal Rescue & Sanctuary, Inc. is a no-kill, volunteer-driven, 501(c)(3) nonprofit animal rescue. Our mission is to save the lives of homeless animals.

Saving Sully Rescue

We are a volunteer based organization, in the greater Oshkosh area, who rehabilitate at-risk dogs from high-kill shelters in order to restore dog’s to physical and emotional well being.

Chihuahua Rescue of the Midwest

Chihuahua Rescue Midwest is a non profit 501C organization. We are an all volunteer rescue, foster and adoption organization. We believe that irresponsible breeding of animals (especially for profit – puppy mills) is unethical and inhumane.

Valley Cat Rescue

No-Kill & No-Declaw We are a no-kill rescue and partner with other rescues and shelters to help build a no-kill community. We believe that every cat is worth saving and will invest the time and resources to help socialize cats with behavioral issues or heal cats with medical conditions.

Appleton Historical Society

Appleton Historical Society, The purpose of the Society is to gather and preserve all historical data and artifacts from 1847 when the area was first settled, To when it became a Town and then a Village in 1853 and finally a city in 1857.

Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Foundation

The Kindred Companions Memorial Fund allows veterinary hospitals, clinics and their clients to commemorate and celebrate the lives of pets who have passed on, by donating to WVMF in the name of that animal.