Death is a part of life, one in which we will all have to face at some point in our lives. It is a painful reality that we do not like to dwell upon. For those of us who own pets, unfortunately, it is faced far more frequently than we would like, as our pets live significantly shorter lives than we humans do.
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Are you on Pinterest? Well, Brook-Falls now has its own Pinterest channel, and we’re having plenty of fun filling our boards with fun pics of cute dogs, cats and other critters, as well as photos and information to help our clients keep their pets happy and healthy.
It’s no secret that Americans love their pets. When it comes to U.S. pet ownership, 39 percent of households own at least one dog, and 33 percent own at least one cat, according to the Humane Society of the United States. Furry family members bring joy and excitement to a household, and providing the best care possible helps ensure pets have a long, healthy life.
We came across a really cool post on the Philadelphia Inquirer’s “Philly Dawg” blog this week that’s sure to be welcome news for nervous dog owners, who constantly fret over whether their prized pooch is terrorizing the mailman or the neighbors with endless barking while their away from home. Well, thanks to the programmers at Cheviot Hills, LLC, there’s now a ipad app for that!
In March 2013, Dr. Jennifer Bloss participated in Burleigh Elementary School’s High Interest Day, telling kids about being a veterinarian as part of a fun-filled day of learning about future career choices and just plain fun stuff!
In March, Brook-Falls Veterinary Hospital & Exotic Care. welcomed Burleigh Elementary School’s Brownie Troop #4679 for a tour of our hospital, and Dr. Jennifer Bloss even helped the girls earn their pet try-it badge!
Brook-Falls own Dr. Nicole Waliszewski will speak at The HAWS Rodent Rally on Sunday, May 19, 2013, at 12:30 p.m.
On March 10, bunny owners from around the metro Milwaukee area spent the afternoon learning how to care for their floppy eared friends from Brook-Falls own Dr. Denise Follett, who delivered a well-received presentation on the importance of physical examinations to keep their rabbits in tip-top shape.
Q: What is the most common condition Vets see iin the exam room every day? A: Periodontal disease, a dental disease which is completely preventable and easily diagnosed and treated with a dental check-up at Brook-Falls Veterinary Hospital & Exotic Care!
We are especially pleased to tell our friends and clients that Brook-Falls Veterinary Hospital and Exotic Care was recently profiled in the March 2013 edition of the AAV Newsletter, the official publication of the Association of Avian Veterinarians. The publication spoke with Dr. Jennifer Bloss about her practice and the critical role of veterinary technicians play [...]