216 W. Wolf River Ave, New London, WI 54961
(920) 982 - 2733 (920) 982 - 2733

The Wolf River Veterinary Clinic is dedicated to servicing your pet needs. Our goal is to provide compassionate and competent care for your pet. We strive to protect and nourish the special bond that exists between a pet and it's owner and/or family. Since all of the employees of our clinic have numerous pets themselves, we deeply value the importance of animals in our lives and we strive to reflect this in the care of our client's animals.
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Welcome to National Pet Food Nutrition Month 

3/4/2016

Did you know that March is National Nutrition Month? Although originally started to promote the importance of human nutrition, the veterinary industry has adapted it to its own needs. As a pet owner, providing the best nutrition for your dog, cat, rabbit or other animal is the single most important thing you do. That is because the food you select has a major impact on your pet’s long-term health.

Pet owners sometime make food buying decisions based on convenience or price without considering what is best for the individual animal. For example, many dog and cats have skin or coat issues, a sensitive stomach, or problems with their joints. This requires selecting a species-specific food that addresses these unique concerns. Pets also have different nutritional requirements based on their stage of life. 

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February is Pet Dental Health Month!

2/6/2016

Dental disease is the most common disease in dogs and cats.

Does your pet have it?
It’s time to schedule their yearly checkup today and find out.

 

February is National Pet Dental Health Month

 

It’s that time of year again. Love, hugs and chocolate are on everyone’s mind. For your pet, the first two come out way on top! (Chocolate is a no-no, but you already knew that!)

Dental disease is the most common disease in dogs and cats, affecting 78% of dogs and 68% of cats over the age of three. Although most dogs and cats will develop some sort of dental disease, small dog breeds, such as Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Dachshunds and Toy Poodles, are more prone to developing periodontal disease than larger breeds.

If your pet has bad breath, it may mean there is a problem with their teeth and gums. This can also contribute to more severe medical conditions. If dental issues are left untreated, you may put your pet at risk for problems in their mouth (periodontitis) or with internal organs (heart disease). The challenge most pet owners face is that even if their pet’s breath smells fine, some dental issues are hard to spot.

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  • We adopted our furry boy Driver from the WRVC and have continued seeing them for several years. Every member of the staff takes fantastic care of all their furry customers and their human family members. Whether it is a routine check up or an emergent call about a doggy falling down the stairs, they care deeply and provide excellent care. And, a follow up call to make sure everyone is doing great is greatly appreciated. So thankful for this amazing clinic and staff.

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  • The whole staff is just a wonderful group of people. The follow up calls were unexpected but very much appreciated. We switched all 3 of our dogs to them. We started out going there as an emergency and continued going because of their care and concern for the pets they care for. Thank you

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