General Medicine - We offer a wide variety of preventative care services including, vaccinations, heartworm testing and prevention, flea and tick prevention, physical exams and all routine blood testing. We provide a wide variety of diagnostics and care for sick and injured animals. We treat many skin and ear problems, evaluate dental problems, evaluate lameness; and address other ‘head to tail” problems.
General Surgery – We offer routine spay and neuter surgeries, surgical removal of skin growths and tumors, a variety of abdominal surgeries, C-sections, and bladder stone removal, etc. Please call if you have questions regarding other surgeries.
General Orthopedic Surgery – Our procedures include suture stabilization's for cruciate injuries, long bone fracture repair (using external fixators), correction of non-complicate patellar luxation’s (knee cap dislocations) and femoral head and neck excisions for hip disease in smaller dogs and cats. More involved procedures are referred to the Fox Valley Animal Referral Center.
Dentistry - We offer digital dental radiographs, routine teeth cleaning, fluoride and dental sealant treatments, extractions, and minor oral surgery.
Veterinary Spinal Manipulation (animal chiropractic) – Veterinary spinal manipulation (animal chiropractic) is useful in treating skeletal system problems such as back, neck, leg, or tail pain, pain associated with arthritis and disc problems. Improve performance in agility and working dogs.
Homeopathy - Homeopathy is a system of medicine developed in the 1700’s by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann. It is based on how remedies affect the healthy body. It is based on the fact that if a remedy produces a symptom in a healthy body, it will cure that symptom in a diseased body. Homeopathy can be used to treat any disease. It works best when the disease has not progressed too far. Homeopathy has the advantage of usually causing fewer side effects than conventional medications. It can sometimes cure a disease that conventional medications only control.
Nutritional Consultation – There are many different types of food available for your pet, and each has its own benefits. The food your pet eats depends on their age, size, breed as well as other factors. If your pet has a health concern, we offer several different veterinary diets sold by prescription to help manage those needs. We also offer high quality over-the counter Purina diets to maintain a healthy, happy pet. We are here to help guide you through every stage of your pet’s life.
Digital Radiology Services – Our clinic offers digital radiography – which allows us to get high quality images in seconds to aid in the diagnose of problems faster and more accurately.
Dog & Cat Boarding Facilities – We will take care of your pets needs while you are away! We accept animals with health problems, including animals on medications and injections. All animals receive the personal attention they need and the compassion they deserve while they are with us.
Full Laboratory Capabilities - (in conjunction with Marshfield Labs) – Our in-house laboratory offers state of the art equipment to help diagnose many of our patients health problems. We also work in conjunction with Marshfield Labs for additional testing if needed.
Day Admit for busy households – We offer a convenient day admit service which you can schedule during your work week to drop your pet off for a service and have everything completed before you pick-up. This a service that must be scheduled.
Microchip Identification – A microchip is a safe, simple and cost effective form of pet identification that can be used to identify lost pets and reunite them with their owners. We offer microchip implantation to increase the chances of return if your pet should ever get lost. We scan every stray animal that enters our clinic to increase the rate of return.
New Pet Counseling – Expecting a new pet soon or recently acquired a new pet? Schedule an appointment and we’ll give you all the information necessary to raise and maintain a happy, healthy pet.
Laser Therapy – We currently use a class IV Therapy laser which is a phototherapy bio stimulation device exclusively for companion animals. This device uses electromagnetic radiation for injuries and lesion to stimulate tissue repair and cell growth, reduces inflammation, offers pain relief (for both acute and chronic) improves circulation, improves nerve function, and much more. Our therapeutic laser is also used for ear infections, post-op surgeries, lick granulomas, arthritis, back injuries, soft tissue trauma, etc.
Laser Surgery – Our clinic uses a 30 watt surgical laser for all routine surgeries. Using this laser allows for faster healing times, decrease in bleeding, inflammation, and pain.
Ultrasound – We offer basic diagnostic ultrasound services to augment our diagnostic capabilities for certain abdominal conditions.
Home Euthanasia Services – the Wolf River Veterinary clinic believes in helping clients with quality of life consults and euthanasia procedures for pets. Making the decision to let your beloved pet go is one we all dread. In-home euthanasia enables your pet pass peacefully in the comfort and surroundings of your home. This lovingly avoids the trauma that most animals (and their owners) experience, when taken away to the vet’s office. There is not an upsetting trip in the car or carrier, at this very special time. At home there is a sense of intimacy and final privacy that cannot be experienced anywhere else. Home euthanasia is a scheduled service. When a home burial is not feasible, we offer cremation or private cremations.
We are currently offering extended hours for immediate care. The hours available for these services are Monday thru Thursday – 7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m., Fridays 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. and Saturdays 7:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. We will also have a doctor on call from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturdays.
Emergency calls outside of these specified times are referred to the Fox Valley Animal Referral Center in Appleton at (920) 993-9193.