I graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor in Animal Biotechnology and have been working in domestic and small animal care for 4 years. Before that, I earned my bachelor's degree in Animals Science from the University of Wisconsin - River Falls. I sought out a private veterinary clinic where I found my calling and started and graduated as a veterinary technician at the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Since 2016 I am a certified veterinary surgeon and an active member of the American Veterinary Society and the International Association of Certified Veterinary Technicians (IAT).
After graduating from veterinary school, I went to Dr. Glover at the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin, as a veterinarian and later as a veterinary assistant.
In addition to my full-time veterinary practice, I worked at Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Center as a veterinary assistant and assistant to Dr. Glover. I left this organization to become a board member of the Green Bay Veterinary Society, and in July 2019 I will be the full owner and currently President and CEO of Greenbay Veterinary Services, Inc.
I look forward to seeing you and your pets when they come to my office to meet all their care needs. If an appointment is required for your pet or for the emergency services, please call me and let me know as soon as you know that it is due! If you need any of our necessary pets and / or emergency services, you can call us at (608) 762-5555 or let us know when you are coming.
You always have access to our competent and compassionate veterinary team and we are always available when our primary veterinary office is closed so you can call us. They are also available in case of emergency or when your veterinary offices are closed, so you always have access to our skills and our compassionate veterinary team.
Specialists work with your pet's veterinarian to ensure specialized treatment for complex conditions, and are also available upon referral. Specialised veterinarians are well trained and equipped to provide medical care in an emergency and to provide the necessary treatment in the event of a medical emergency such as stroke, heart attack or other serious illness. Specialist veterinarians work in partnership with you and your pet's primary veterinarian to provide specialized treatment for a wide range of medical problems and specialties such as cancer, diabetes, epilepsy, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, liver and kidney cancer, etc., as well as in emergencies or emergencies where our veterinary practice is not available in our primary veterinary practice. Specialists work in collaboration with our pet and / or the primary veterinarian of our pets on special care or specialized care, such as providing specialized care for complex medical conditions, in addition to standard emergency treatment.
Before the evaluation, information about your pet's health such as blood pressure, heart rate, blood sugar and blood sugar levels is collected. If you can explain the condition to your veterinarian, make a checklist and record your observations. Ask for help with your pet's needs, such as grooming and deworming, if you have seen it and / or if it needs it.
When it comes to dealing with critical emergencies, it's best to see an emergency doctor, according to the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association. Some vets provide the necessary emergency services, while others refer their clients to a 24-hour animal hospital of their trust.
The most timely and effective care is provided by a member of the veterinary team who has experience and knowledge of the specialties of emergency medicine, driven by a love of pets and innovative medicine. There are qualified emergency and intensive care doctors who are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to treat urgent illnesses and injuries to your pet. Diagnosis problems quickly and accurately in employees who are experienced in emergency medicine. Veterinary team members who were experienced, knowledgeable and specialized in emergency medicine, driven by a love of pets or innovative medicines. Veterinary team members who had experience or knowledge in a specialty of emergency medicine to fuel the love of pets and innovative medicine?
If you cannot explain how you feel, it is your responsibility to check for possible signs and symptoms of illness or disorder. We have been training for about 12-15 years to understand how to respond to the needs of our pets and their medical needs.
If a pet emergency occurs at the worst possible time, it can be helpful to have the right training and knowledge in animal care and veterinary medicine at hand.
There are qualified emergency and intensive care doctors available to treat urgent diseases and injuries in pets. We are trained and experienced in providing advanced veterinary care to thousands of patients referred to two suitable sites each year. Our qualified veterinary team provides high quality emergency care for pets in dire need of care, and we offer this to our patients at Green Bay Veterinary Medical Center (GVMC) in Madison, Wisconsin. There are a number of qualified emergency and intensive care physicians who are also available in GreenBay to treat pets for urgent illnesses and injuries. Our qualified veterinary team offers high quality medical treatment for pet patients in urgent medical need.