Park Pet Hospital



(414) 352-3393

(414) 352-1470


7378 N Teutonia Ave,
Milwaukee, WI 53209

1 1/2 Blocks north of Good Hope Rd.

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Dental, Endoscopy, Surgery, Oncology, Medicine, Radiology

Open Hours

Mon. 8:00 Am – 7:00 Pm
Tue – Fri. 8:00 Am – 6:00 Pm
Sat. 8:00 Am – 12:00 Pm

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With the Fourth of July coming up and fireworks sparkling in the sky, many pets around this time of year become very anxious. Here is an article explaining pet noise phobia and what you can do to help calm your pet during the fireworks or storms. Pets Can Develop a Fear of Noise For most domesticated pets, a loud noise is enough to make the largest or bravest of animals take cover under the bed, in a closet or in your lap. Unfortunately for some pet owners, their pet’s fear. Lanjutkan Membaca

April is Prevent Lyme Disease in dogs month. Spring is here and warmer weather (hopefully) is upon us, you as a pet owner should be thinking about flea and tick prevention. Protect your pet from Lyme disease and other tick born diseases and flea infestations. A new product to consider for your pet is Bravecto. Bravecto is currently available at Park Pet Hospital. Bravecto is an oral chewable flea and tick preventative that lasts for 3 months. Bravecto kills adult fleas and i. s indicated for the treatment and prevention of flea infestations and the treatment and control of tick infestations including the Lyme disease – causing black-legged tick, as well as the American dog tick, and the brown dog tick. Bravecto is effective for 12 weeks in dogs and puppies 6 months of age and older, and weighing 4.4 pounds or greater. We carry Bravecto in 4 different sizes. Bravecto is not available for use in cats. Bravecto is sold in single or 2 dose packs. Park Pet Hospital currently has $15 rebate coupons for clients that purchase a 2 dose pack. No appointment is necessary to purchase this product.

April is Prevent Lyme Disease in Dogs Month. Lyme Disease: Seven Myths You Should Know It is important to understand the risks your pet faces when it comes to ticks. Common misconceptions can lead pet owners to avoid the right preventative measures needed to protect beloved pets from Lyme disease. Here are a few persistent myths dispelled:. Lanjutkan Membaca

Microchipping your Pet Thousands of pets are stolen or lost each year and never return home because they can’t be identified. One of the best ways to increase the chance to reunite a pet with its owner and proper home is through the use of microchip technology. What is a Microchip? A microchip is: . • A piece of technology about the size of a large grain of rice. • Programmed to transmit information. • Cylindrical in shape. • Consists of a capacitor, antenna, wire, and covering. How Does the Microchip Work? The microchip: • When implanted, uses a low-power Radio Frequency Identification technology. • When scanned, will emit a signal to transmit information consisting of a preprogrammed identification number. • A transmitted number is dedicated to each microchip and animal, and is linked to an online registration site where the owner contact information can be retrieved. How is the Microchip Implanted? • Animal microchip implants are inserted by a veterinarian via a large-bore needle. • The needle injects the microchip just under the skin. Where is the Microchip Implanted? According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, the typical rule for implantation in dogs and cats is that the microchip’s long axis remains parallel to the animal’s longitudinal axis. What Should be Done Once the Microchip is Implanted? Possibly the most important step of implanting a microchip is to register the contact information as soon as possible. Are There Dangers Associated with Microchip Implantation? • Implantation of a microchip usually results in some inflammation at the site of the implantation, but the inflammation does not usually last . • However, improper implantation can be potentially life-threatening. • In the United States, implanting microchips are considered to be a veterinary procedure. Why Microchip when Animals have Identification Tags and Tattoos? • Tags and tattoos have long been used as a means for animal identification, but tags can get stolen or lost and tattoos can be disfiguring. • A microchip provides a permanent means of identification and owner contact. Answers to Additional Questions: Is the procedure painful? Implanting the microchip involves only an injection under the skin; the procedure is very similar to receiving a vaccination. Does the microchip act as a GPS? No. The microchip is not a tracking device; its only job is to store the identifying number necessary for owner contact. What are microchips encased in? Microchips are encased in a form of bioglass which is a type of glass-ceramic biocompatible material used specifically for implant materials. Do microchips work with a battery? No. Microchips have no internal energy source, and they remain dormant until scanned. Can a microchip move around in the body? Most microchips are covered by a sheath that prevents movement.Some microchips are made to bond with the tissue under the skin to ensure that they stay in place.

Planning on picking up some Heartgard or Frontline products? Consider these promotions and savings on your next purchase.

Maintaining your pet’s dental health is very important and during the month of February we are offering a discounted rate for a dental health checkup and teeth cleaning. Please call us to schedule an appointment!

With these frigid temperatures we have been having we want to make sure our four legged friends are safe from the cold. Here are some cold weather pet safety tips to keep in mind during the winter: Winter wellness: Has your pet had his/her preventive care exam (wellness exam) yet? Cold weather may worsen some medical conditions such as arthritis. Your pet should be examined by a veterinarian at least once a year, and it’s as good a time as any to get him/her checked out to m. Lanjutkan Membaca

One of our receptionists at the Park Pet Hospital, Sandy, adopted a young rescue dog named Archer from Mississippi earlier this year. Archer was sluggish and did not want to run with her other dog. Archer had pre-adoption testing which was normal. However, further testing at the Park Pet Hospital including a heartworm test revealed that he did indeed have the mosquito-transmitted disease. Archer underwent a complete evaluation and has since been treated and cleared of this potentially deadly parasite. Now Archer is a active healthy dog that is able to run, play ball and swim. Don’t risk your dog’s health! Yearly blood testing and once a month heartworm preventive medication is truly necessary.

Are you sick of Winter yet? Spring is around the corner and so is Heartworm season. Keep a look out for your pet’s spring heartworm reminder postcard.

Park Pet Hospital medical staff has recently identified pet dogs suffering from signs of contaminated chicken jerky treats from China. This message is to caution all local pet owners to be on the look out of any signs of excessive water drinking and lack of appetite soon after consuming any jerky treats made in China. Contact us immediately if you discover your pet has any of these signs.

Clay Matthews” has returned to the feline field after his surgical stay at Park Pet!

The holidays can mean exciting smells, sights, and tastes for your curious pet — and more ways he or she can get into trouble. Please take a look at the infographic below outlining the most serious dangers. Take the necessary precautions to keep the holidays happy and healthy for everyone in your home!

Park Pet Hospital has been nominated for the WISN Channel 12 A-list! Please vote for us at You can begin voting Monday, November 25th, 2013. Thank you for your votes, we appreciate you all as clients and value your furry friends!

Halloween is coming up soon! Check out our album with photos of feline and canine witches and goblins we found off the internet. Feel free to share any photos of your pets Halloween costume, we would love to see them!

A picture colored by one of Dr. Jacob’s clients daughter. She drew Dr. Jacobs waving in the window of the clinic. She is very artistic!

Tick season is here and you as a pet owner should be informed about ticks and Lyme disease. We have a couple patients currently being treated for tick borne illnesses . A way to prevent and protect your pet from ticks and Lyme disease is the monthly use of flea and tick repellent Frontline Plus. Here are Seven Myths You Should Know about ticks and Lyme Disease: It is important to understand the risks your pet faces when it comes to ticks. Common misconceptions can lead pet o. Lanjutkan Membaca

Meet Hank! Hank belongs to Heather,one of Park Pet’s receptionists. Hank is a basset/labrador mix. He is a sweet little guy who enjoy’s belly rubs and playing with his toys.

All my dogs have been patients at Park Pet. Dr Hoppe is/was their vet and is wonderful. He is so good with Louie even th. ough all Louie wants to do is escape!! [just like we humans do] I would recommend them to anyone who needs caring people to watch out for their furry friends!! Lihat Selengkapnya

I took my dogs to Dr. Hoppe when we lived nearby. He’s about the best Vet I’ve encountered. When we moved to Greenfield . we star, ted with a different vet and quickly switched back. I just got a puppy after several years without a pet and the first thing I did was make an appointment with Dr. Hoppe. It’s worth the drive to get the service Park Pet delivers. Lihat Selengkapnya.

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